With such an enormous roster, it's inevitable that some Marvel heroes will go years without any role in a story arc, let alone their own title. Come October, Marvel will be launching a new "season" of comics, as opposed to the universal relaunch we saw with ALL-NEW ALL-DIFFERENT. This list reveals ten heroes for whom we've got our fingers crossed, hoping they'll make an appearance.
We sit down to chat with New York Times bestselling writers Brian Buccellato and Jennifer Young, as well as artist Matias Bergara, to discuss their new Southern Gothic horror comic CANNIBAL.
The length of a television show is part of what makes it work. This applies not only to how many seasons its on, but how long each season is. The progressive change of putting out shorter seasons is helping more television shows improve and further the genre.
In this issue of DEADPOOL, the Merc with a Mouth starts to lose his grip on things. The Mercs for Money want him dead, Agent Preston has reason to punch him in his yammering mouth, and he's cuckolded by a werewolf. He's hit rock bottom for the first time in a long time, and his character may be better for it.
DETECTIVE COMICS #939 continues the fantastic run that has been ongoing since the start of DC's Rebirth event. While low on action, this issue is probably the most impactful issue the series has had since James Tynion IV began writing for the series. With lots of character development, this issue cannot be missed!
Independent comics creator Wesley Sun talks about Sun Bros' unique style of comics, staying inspired, and developing your own voice.
Is THE AMAZING WORLD OF GUMBALL the best children's show in decades? Why should we care? Well, let's take a look!
THE GET DOWN blends the authenticity of 1970's Bronx with the mythology of its music to create a series that perfectly represents hip-hop's mixture of reality and fiction.
Columnist Brian Delpozo looks at the recent Staten Island bullying suicide, and the feelings it stirred up from his own childhood.
Not everyone can pull off a retro style in their art. Dave Perillo succeeds in doing so in his illustration and design. He takes the classic look of old-school advertising and uses it to stylistically highlight content of all kinds in a new and innovative way.
Successful forms of parody can be a polarizing medium in that it is so easy to offend or do it poorly. Jesse Rubenfeld doesn't have that problem! He can very easily use his air tight artistic technique to not only create beautiful reinterpretations of masterful works of art history, but also express his deep appreciation for fun cartoons of the past.
Part three of 'The Lies' continues in the latest issue of WONDER WOMAN. New characters are introduced while everything starts to fall into place. Check out our review to find out if it's worth your time!