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Category: Comic Book Reviews

Marvel Entertainment Announces 2019 San Diego Comic-Con Marvel Booth and Signing Schedules

Marvel Entertainment revealed its full booth event and signing schedules featuring a can’t-miss lineup of autographs, giveaways, exclusive previews, meetups, and more! Fans who stop by the Marvel Booth (#2329) will be a part of an unforgettable experience with some of their favorite stars and creators – all starting Thursday, July 18 through Sunday, July 21. ...

‘Batman: Universe’ #1 Review

I have to admit, Bendis’ first Batman series at DC surprised me. Rather than the urban noir style that he approached similar properties like Daredevil and Moon Knight with, Bendis’ first Batman comic is more in line with The Brave and the Bold cartoon than any current version of Batman. The result is an absolute wonder ...

‘Doom Patrol: Weight of the Worlds’ #1 Review

After a brief (but not that brief) interruption, Gerard Way’s Doom Patrol series has returned to publication with a new number one. While the numbering may have changed, Weight of the Worlds #1 is both a perfect continuation, and fresh jumping on point for the series. The Easiest way to summarize Weight of the Worlds ...

DC Comics Retiring Vertigo Imprint; Announces Plans to Re-Brand as Single Banner

The age of Vertigo is officially coming to an end. Today, DC Comics announced the company will re-brand in 2020, bringing all of its publishing content together to be organized and marketed under the DC brand. The comic brand will now operate with three labels under it: DC Kids, DC and DC Black Label. The ...

Marvel Announces New Spider-Man Comic from J.J Abrams and his Son Henry Abrams

Just when you thought Marvel was out of surprises, they go and announce that J.J Abrams will be at the helm of a new Spider-Man comic! That's right folks, J.J. Abrams, director of Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, is writing a new Spider-Man mini-series for Marvel alongside his son Henry. The comic will feature ...

All the Comics Coming to Marvel Unlimited This June

Marvel Unlimited, Marvel’s digital comics subscription service, offers members unlimited access to over 25,000 issues of Marvel's classic and newer titles, delivered digitally through your desktop web browser and the Marvel Unlimited mobile app. With classic and newer issues added every week, here is the latest batch of comics hitting the online service this month! Week ...

Tom King Leaving Batman By Year’s End

Earlier today, an article on the website Bleeding Cool put forth a rumor that comics writer Tom King was being forced to exit DC Comics' Batman title after issue 85, rather than his intended exit point of issue 105. Since then, pop-culture site CBR has confirmed King's departure from the core Batman title by the ...

Spider-Man Life Story #3 Comic Review

The first two issues of Chip Zdarsky’s ambitious Spider-Man epic were well crafted stories that cleverly remixed existing continuity. The series’ third issue falls trap to the possible consequences of Zdarsky’s approach to Spider-Man Life Story. Each issue covers a lot of ground, and up until this point Zdarsky managed to tell a complete story ...

Neal Adams to Write and Draw Six Issue Miniseries ‘Batman vs. Ra’s al Ghul’

Neal Adams, the artist who first drew the legendary Batman villain Ra's al Ghul, will return to the character this summer in a new, six-issue miniseries titled Batman vs. Ra's al Ghul. DC confirmed that Adams will write and draw the series. The miniseries, which chronicles Ra's' return from the dead, will be set in-continuity ...

Flash #70: ‘Year One’ Comic Review

Thanks to the well received and immensely popular Batman Year One, stories with that moniker have become tradition at DC Comics. JLA year one, Green Arrow: Year One, Robin: Year One, Wonder Woman: Year One — the list just goes on. Many of these stories were excellently retold origins that added to a character’s mythology. ...

Spider-Man Life Story #2 Comic Review

Cover art by: Chip Zdarsky As that gorgeous cover art suggests, Chip Zdarsky and Mark Bagley’s reimagining of the Spider-Man mythos has entered the disco era. Peter and the gang are a decade older, as is the Marvel Universe as a whole, but things haven’t been easy for this series’ core cast. The world around ...

Angel #0 Comic Review

Cover art by: Boris Pelcer In a surprise release from BOOM! Studios this week, the character of Angel returns to comics as a part of BOOM!’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer reboot. First appearing towards the end of this week’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer #4, Angel is given a quick and well executed set up for ...

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