THE TITHE proves to be an insightful look at religion and the biases many of us hold. In the latest issue, we see the story arc close, but the creative team tells us to keep looking and to keep learning, and in that respect, our job is never done.
Chris Oliveros, founder of Drawn and Quarterly, has self-published his newest graphic novel. Amidst a bustling city resides Jack Cluthers and his envelope manufacturing company. Oliveros brings the story of a blue collar factory worker and the persistence and sheer determination Cluthers brings to making this company work.
When superheroes are in surplus, all Amy Park wants is to be one of them. If she can't be gifted with power, then she'll make her own. She makes her own powerful gauntlets, but do they work or are they broken?
Welcome to Earth-2: This episode we meet Killer Frost for the first time. Read on to learn more about the character and which incarnations the writers pulled inspiration from to create the one on the show.
Tom Taylor’s first story arc about the All-New Wolverine draws to a close as Laura Kinney has to steal an Ant-Man suit in order to fight for her clones/friend’s life—inside of her body! Obviously, the current owner of Pym Enterprises—Janet van Dyne, a.k.a. The Wasp—is not too happy about that. Meanwhile, Alchemaxx Industries has found the traces the three sisters have left behind, and they plan on solving this problem once and for all.
GOTHAM ACADEMY #15 continues the "Yearbook" storyline begun in issue #14. Continuing the set-up used in that issue, we once again have three anthology stories about various characters told through the framing device of Olive, Maps, and others putting together their own version of the school's yearbook.
Kamala Kahn has always had a hard time balancing her super-heroic exploits with more mundane problems like school, family, and social life, but the problem grows greater than ever in MS. MARVEL #4.
TOBACCO-STAINED MOUNTAIN GOAT is a new series published by Project-Nerd, and set in the future where Melbourne is one of the last cities remaining. To check out the details and a preview of the art, click here!
Forced to deal with ghosts, a dead husband, and an evil spirit wanting to take over the world, Dr. Mirage is having a tough day. How do all of these supernatural elements hold up? Read our review of THE DEATH-DEFYING DR. MIRAGE:SECOND LIFE to find out!
Prior to the release of the highly anticipated DEADPOOL feature, I had a chance to sit down with longtime motion capture artist Greg LaSalle, who provided the mo-cap for Colossus's face in the film. Over the course of our chat, we had the chance to discuss LaSalle's entrance into the field, the Oscars, fandom, and much more.
The 25th Anniversary Issue of Deadpool ends up not having too much Deadpool in it. Oh well, it's still a decent issue with some good character development for the Mercs for Money. Read more in our review!
It's finally here! The first (and possibly greatest) superhero movie of 2016, DEADPOOL, has arrived in cinemas. Should you go see it? Yes you should, but read the review anyway!