Can we all agree there’s never anything good at the other side of a wormhole?
This was one of the last stories that Ed Brubaker wrote for DC before he moved over to Marvel, and man, it was a great one!
Peter David’s new book from Thunderbird Press will teach you everything you need to know about The Avengers (but were afraid to ask).
Following last month’s nine-figure deal with the Chinese film production group DMG, Valiant Entertainment has announced a partnership with Sony Pictures and Neal H Moritz, producer of the Fast & the Furious franchise, that will bring two of their award-winning superhero comic book series to the big screen.
Before I went into reading this, I knew who Frank Miller was and why his run on Daredevil so iconic. Which is most likely why Netflix chose this for the majority of the source material on their new TV series.
The Big Man is back for blood, and nobody’s knees are safe.
Things are getting bloody in Buckaroo as new information is brought to light.
Charlie tries to keep it together while his world is falling apart.
With all the hype that the movie is generating (not that Deadpool needs any more) I thought why not go DEEP into the start of the character that 90% of the Marvel comic world loves?
A giant asteroid is hurtling towards Earth…time to break out the fingerpaints?
Coach Boss wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for two people, Big and his Daddy. It’s not what it sounds like.
The helm suit. No longer a decoration. Now used for decimation.
Tower of Babel shows exactly why Batman is not a man to be looked over, but feared. This is why JQ is taking you on a journey into the archives of the DCU.
Gail Simone’s Batgirl: Death of the Family is an excellent addition to the Death of the Family story. Because of Barbara Gordon’s past history with the Joker, this is one of the more personal, and darker, volumes in the saga.
It seems like I am the obituary writer for all things comics lately. With that being said let’s talk about what has transpired from DC Comics’ weekly title Futures End.