In our series on Harry Potter's cultural significance, we analyze Rowling's blend of the archetypal Hero's Journey and the coming-of-age novel to create a story that resonated for an entire generation.
In need of a queer girl space outlaw buddy comic? Look no further. KIM & KIM, the latest hit from indie-punk publisher Black Mask Studios. Complete with tentacled shape-shifting aliens, bounty hunter on bounty hunter combat, and tension amongst family members, KIM & KIM #1 is a wild ride from start to finish. Without a doubt, this is definitely worth a read!
This month, Comicsverse will be looking back at the STAR TREK franchise as its 50th anniversary approaches! This time, we will take a look at Captain Jean-Luc Picard and how his character represents Gene Roddenberry's vision of what humanity should strive to become.
The thirteenth film in the STAR TREK franchise dealt with a great many obstacles before hitting theaters. However STAR TREK BEYOND lives up to the franchise's better moments, and honors the 50th Anniversary.
Batman is a man of many faces...not literally, but his personality is quite versatile. Here, we will analyze the similarities and symbolism between the caped crusader and his most poignant weapon of all: the Batarang!
Is music becoming more "nerdy"? How has modern music evolved over the past 5 years? What does this mean for the future? Let's take a look!
The fifth issue of Boom Studios' MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS takes a new approach to the series by telling a flashback story focused on Zack, the Black Ranger.
SPIDER-MAN #6 moves into CIVIL WAR II territory. Which side will Miles choose? Is it an issue you need to read or can you skip this tie-in? Read our review to find out the answer!
DARTH VADER #23 finally presents the showdown between Vader and Morit, and slowly brings the series toward its exciting finale. It may not be the series' best moment, but it is definitely not its worst.
The birds fly again in the latest REBIRTH issue from DC Comics. BATGIRL AND THE BIRDS OF PREY reunites Batgirl and Black Canary to track down someone using the Oracle name for nefarious purposes.
Making her debut in Original Sin, Cindy Moon aka Silk has proven herself to be one badass crime fighter and addition to the Spider-verse. However, her growth as a character ties back directly to the life she has lived, a darker reimagining of the classic Spider-Man story.
We get the chance to talk to an awesome illustrator and graphic designer: Scott Derby! His awesome union of tattoo art, pop culture, and fandom is pushing the limits on t-shirt design!