The Thor mythos in the comics is a perfect blend of Norse mythology, epic fantasy, and superhero tale. Jason Aaron does an amazing job continuing the trend of amazing stories.
After a fun re-introduction into a galaxy, far, far away, STAR WARS is off to a good start and with each story gets better.
It ‘s no secret that the rights to the Star Wars franchise has landed back in Marvel’s hands. Dark Horse had an awesome run with the license, so it was interesting to see what direction Marvel was planning to take us.
Coach Boss wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for two people, Big and his Daddy. It’s not what it sounds like.
Euless Boss still has a way to go before he becomes the bastard we know, but things are starting to make sense.
We’re traveling South for some more pigskin, punches, and pain with the latest from Southern Bastards.
You’ll never guess who made my list of ten series you should be reading. Ok well you probably could, but you should click this anyway.
We head back down south for some insight, a funeral and some delicious pie as Southern Bastards #5 takes a look at what makes Coach Boss so bad.
This November, bring the thunder and summon the lightning as the new Thor tests her mettle against an army of Frost Giants in THOR #2 – the highly anticipated second issue!
Aaron and Latour’s storytelling walks tall in October graphic novel
Presenting Your New Look at the Newest ICON Series From Aaron & Garney!
It’s the story that has been seen the world over, and today Marvel is proud to present your very first look inside THOR #1.
After more than 40 years away, Earl Tubb came home to Craw County, Alabama. It hasn’t gone well.
Southern Bastards #3 continues its brooding tale about southern justice, but now Earl has a stick.
I headed back down to Alabama with Image’s latest offering from Southern Bastards. The team of Jason Aaron and Jason Latour continue their brooding depiction of life in a dark part of the south in #2, with the action centering around Earl Tubbs.