A look at how the 2016 VOLTRON: LEGENDARY DEFENDER reboot handles gender and female roles throughout the first season. Beware of spoilers!
The Avengers! Earth's Mightiest heroes have been a staple diet of American Pop Culture for over 60 years. So it can seem a little daunting just where to start reading about their many heroic adventures. Have no fear, for Comicsverse has chosen the essential Avengers tales to get you started on a journey of epic proportions. Click here to find out what you should be reading!
On this week’s episode of the ComicsVerse Podcast, contributors discuss their comic book guilty pleasures and whether or not there’s a negative connotation to the term, “guilty pleasure."
Like it or not, the Democrats' Superdelegates are good for democracy.
An exploration of recent albums by D'Angelo, Kendrick Lamar, and Julian Casablancas, and how they explore politics in the modern age.
CBS' SUPERGIRL series has explored the immigrant subtext of the character to make it one of the most socially relevant shows currently on TV.
The tragedy at Orlando has us all mourning. Those part of the communities affected—both the queer community and the Latinx community—are dealing with a two-fold grief. The first comes, naturally and sadly, from the loss of those we consider to be family, our brothers and sisters. The second from the destruction of a place that we carved out for ourselves to feel safe in, places like Pulse. In this article I examine the causes and effects of that grief and why this tragedy is so horrific to us.
Since their debut in 2015, Double Take has taken the comic book industry into a zombie craze with their comic book line, Genesis. Here, ComicsVerse chats with the prolific Double Take artist Stan Chou.
CRY HAVOC #1-6 is a great first story arc to the series that needs to be read. Simon Spurrier weaves three timelines together to masterfully tell a compelling story. Each timeline comes with its' own style of art that will keep readers staring at the pages.
We look at what makes SHE WOLF, a new adventure from Rich Tommaso, a must-read. The art, story, and aesthetic choices are all reasons that this book deserves to be read. Click here to see our review of the first issue!
A new story arc, "Lords of Midgard," begins in THE MIGHTY THOR #8. Is this new story the beginnings of a modern classic, or will it struggle to stay afloat? Read our review to find out!
AQUAMAN #1 is not a reinvention of the wheel, as it blends old elements with new ones. Here's the thing, though: It works. Even when it feels a little familiar, you're invested in the direction of this new Aquaman title.