In this week’s edition of Heroes & Villains, E.A. Henson runs down what in his reading list, and why he loves the books he does.
When the news came down at 9 p.m. Thursday night that Robert Pattinson could be the new Batman, E.A. Henson immediately had some thoughts.
In this week’s Heroes & Villains, E.A. Henson looks back at the daily adventures of the Amazing Spider-Man, which are collected in a new book from IDW.
E.A. Henson is totally ready for the greatest comics events in history in this week’s ‘Heroes and Villains.’ There’s also a bit about squirrel sex.
This week is on the light side for new stuff, but what it lacks in quantity it makes up for in quanlity, thanks to Fairlady and Symnbiote Spider-Man.
This week’s edition of Heroes & Villains has a triple threat of comics for you; one from the past, one from the future, and one out today.
Much like fellow Dark Horse comic Astro Hustle, Invisible Kingdom from G. Willow Wilson and Christian Ward is a book I didn’t know I needed until I read it.
Astro Hustle is a fun book and we (okay mostly me) need a fun sci-fi romp with boundless creativity and spirit that ISN’T Saga right now.
This week, Heroes and Villains features the latest issue of Uncanny X-Men, plus a direct to video animated movie from a 50 year old property!
Fight Club 3 once again teams Chuck Palahniuk up with Cameron Stewart to further the story of the narrator and his alter ego Tyler Durden.
Doctor Strange #400, written by Mark Waird, may be a good jumping on point if you’ve been looking to get in to the character.
A non-Scoobie takes a look at the first issue of the reimagined Buffy The Vampire Slayer comic from Boom! Studios.