For the better part of a year, DC Comics have been publishing the six-issue mini-series, Dark Nights: Metal. Today, the series comes to a ridiculously epic conclusion.
Cue up today’s release of the new comic book miniseries titled Ghostbusters: Crossing Over #1 – a series that stars ALL of the Ghostbuster characters EVER .
Labyrinth has been experienced in comic book form before – but never before has it been experienced like today’s release of Boom! Studios’ Jim Henson’s Labyrinth #1.
Setting aside my sense of consumerist nihilism for a moment, Infinity Countdown Prime #1, a one-shot prequel to a new miniseries out next month, does sound like a lot of fun!
IDW Publishing has reprinted the first three issues of ‘Frankenstein Alive, Alive!’ in a paperback collection that celebrates the story and the work of legendary artist Bernie Wrightson.
October 1967. Fifty years ago. That’s when Strange Adventures #205 hit newsstands across North America. It was DC Comics’ first science fiction monthly comic book and it told tales featuring … Continue reading Rising Again From The Grave Is “Deadman #1” On The Wednesday Run
Since the summer of 2016, acclaimed writer Jeff Lemire and fan favourite artist Dean Ormston have been crafting a monthly superhero story full of mystery, dread, heart and heartbreak. Here … Continue reading 31 Days Of Horror: The Wednesday Run Goes Criminal With “Sherlock Frankenstein & The Legion Of Evil #1”
Fill up your flask, sharpen your knives, and give that mustache one last brushing. It’s time for murder and mystery with history’s most famous authors. It’s Edgar Allan Poe’s Mystery Dinner … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror 2017: Edgar Allan Poe’s Mystery Dinner Party
It’s Wednesday. New comic book day. Here in Toronto, Canada, the sun is shining and the clock excitedly ticks down to quitting time when many of us make our weekly … Continue reading Dive Deep Into Madness With “The Unsound #1” On The Wednesday Run
I would have thought we’d have heard something “official” about alien encounters by now. And by “official” I mean something on social media – from the sitting President of the … Continue reading American Politics Are Out Of This World In ‘Saucer State #1’ On The Wednesday Run
Remember the days when Vertigo Comics was regularly publishing comic book fiction that pushed the boundaries of the art form, giving voice to dozens of burgeoning writers and artists each … Continue reading Role-Play Your Way To A Fluid “User” On The Wednesday Run
Hierarchical social categories and comic books. Status, ruling class, and sub species. And “King” Jack Kirby. The theme of social status was the starting point of Kirby’s New Gods comic … Continue reading It’s A Lower Class Bug Out With ‘Bug!: The Adventures Of A Forager #1’ On The Wednesday Run