Articles Posted in the " Comic Books " Category

  • Korra and Asami Are Getting Bi: Turf Wars Part 1 Review

    Turf Wars is the long awaited comic series adaptation of the Nickelodeon television show, The Legend of Korra, written by Michael DiMartino and illustrated by Irene Koh. It starts off immediately where the finale left us: our heroines Korra and Asami off for a romantic vacation in the spirit world.   In the aftermath of […]


  • We Don’t Deserve “Atomic Blonde” (But We Got It Anyway)

    Imagine a spy thriller with an all-star cast, the pacing of John Wick, and a better soundtrack than a Tarantino movie. That’s Atomic Blonde, the Hollywood adaptation of Anthony Johnson and Sam Hart’s graphic novel The Coldest City. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks […]



  • Aftershock’s “Unholy Grail” Issue #1 Review

    Unholy Grail by writer Cullen Bunn, published by Aftershock comics, gives us a different twist on the King Arthur tale.  In Bunn’s new series, Merlin is a demon and Arthur is not the heroic figure we usually hear about.  This comic approaches what the King Arthur legend would be like if it was a horror […]



  • Red Rising Sons of Ares #1 Review: The Child on the Rock

    The first issue of Sons of Ares, the comic book prequel to Pierce Brown’s best-selling Red Rising trilogy, is a fitting introduction to the world. “The Child on the Rock” is a prequel-within-a-prequel, outlining how society got to where it is now as well as starting Ares’ story. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do not […]


  • DC Has Declared June 3rd Wonder Woman Day

    Remember a few weeks ago when we were wondering where all the Wonder Woman advertising was? It looks like DC was just waiting for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 to clear the superhero deck. They’re coming out swinging with a week’s worth of activities leading up to June 3rd, which they’re crowning Wonder Woman Day. […]


  • A Tribute to Robbie Thompson’s Silk

    I’ve been reading Marvel’s Silk from the first issue. Spider books aren’t normally something I read. When it comes to Marvel, I tend to read Deadpool and more Deadpool. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.