Chapterhouse Publishing has announced that Brooklyn Gladiator – Volume Zero will be released on April 11, 2018. The forthcoming release has been described as “the sci-fi lovechild of Orwell, Huxley, and stoner conspiracy theories, knitted together by the mad and ingenious mind of Dan Fogler.” Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content […]
Comichaus is ready to launch the beta version of their new Comichaus app on November 21, 2017. The upcoming app is being described as “Netflix for indie comics.” Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
After making the mutants face near extinction, Marvel is ready to give them a brighter tomorrow with ResurrXion. Check out the newly released trailer showcasing the upcoming comic book series. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
DC’s Justice League will be meeting Boom! Studio’s Mighty Morphin Power Rangers in an upcoming six-part crossover series. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.
For an entire generation of children, Jim Henson was the master of their imaginations. His legacy lives on through Archaia Entertainment’s limited series re-launch of The Storyteller, the first issues written and illustrated by S.M. Vidaurri. Vidaurri, who has worked in a variety of mediums and weaves folklore with classical-inspired art, took time out from […]
Sleepy Hollow fans (or “Sleepyheads”, according to their fandom) only have a little over a week until the second season of FOX’s supernatural hit begins. But just in time for Halloween, fans can get their hands on a four-issue comic series exclusively from BOOM! Studios, according to Comic Book Resources. The series, which will debut […]
This month’s issue of Ms. Marvel continued Kamala Khan’s first-ever superhero team-up with the iconic Wolverine. The issue had a perfect balance of humor, fight sequences, and a good story. It also marked the start of a new arc for the young superhero. When news of Kamala first surfaced, there were concerns about whether or […]
Looking back to the great San Diego Comic Con of 2014, the Exhibit Hall was the most wonderful place. The Exhibit Hall is my favorite area of the SDCC, where dreams come true. Also a place where friendships begin, mighty contests, long hunts, great rewards, rare sights happen. This year, the area was also a place of […]
Hawkeye, vol 4, #19 has been a long overdue and does not disappoint. The September issue pick up after the events of the shooting. It’s a mostly “silent” issue, which is no stranger to Matt Fraction and James Aja, having done something similar for their Eisner Award winning Hawkeye #11 (as told from the perspective […]
I have been reading comic books since I was seven years old. Though I started with DC Comics, I quickly switched to Marvel after I was given a tattered copy of West Coast Avengers. Granted not the best introduction, but I was hooked. It got so bad, I was spending much more than my allowance […]