Articles Posted in the " Comics " Category

  • OMG! Check Please Gets Two-Book Deal!

    It’s the little web comic that could, and things just keep getting better and better for Check, Please!, the LGBT+ comic about a small southern baker and former figure skater navigating life and love on his college hockey team. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. […]



  • Capes, Chromium, and Comics: Phasma’s Great Escape

    Prepare for Journey to Star Wars: The Last Jedi with the newly announced Captain Phasma mini series! Shortly after The Force Awakens hit theaters in 2015, people (myself included) had questions about Phasma and her whereabouts. Did she survive the giant fiery explosion of death? Luckily, actress Gwendoline Christie dropped a coy exclusive at the 2016 […]


  • Love is Love: Superheroes and Superlove

    During MegaCon Orlando a few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to attend the Love is Love mixer, a fundraising auction event honoring the victims of the Pulse massacre that happened in June of last year. The auction included comics and covers written and drawn by comic industry superstars and legends, all of which were […]


  • The DCEU Has Found Its Voice With Wonder Woman

    The hype surrounding Wonder Woman has been intense. Fans have been waiting for a Wonder Woman movie since superheroes started being treated seriously by studios, and many were worried we’d get another Catwoman. After this weekend’s release, those fears can be safely laid to rest. I walked out of the theater already counting down to when I could watch […]


  • Penny Dreadful Comics: The Awaking

    Warning! This article contains spoilers for issues 1 and 2 of the Penny Dreadful sequel comic book series The Awaking! Proceed at your own risk! I’m admittedly a little late to the Penny Dreadful party; I only started watching it once the third and final season aired and I followed my friends into the fandom, curious. I’m madly […]


  • 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 […]


  • “Haawiyat” Comic Lifts the Spirits of Syrian Refugees

    The first edition of Haawiyat, an Arabic-language comic created by the non-profit group CYRIC, has reached Turkey and is being distributed to Syrian children who were displaced by violence in their homeland. - **Read our policies before commenting.** Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • 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.