This week on THE FLASH Barry deals with his life without his speed. Meanwhile, Harry is kidnapped by a metahuman named Griffin Grey. On the show he possesses super strength with an unfortunate side effect. Check out our character spotlight on Griffin Grey to learn more about this metahuman.
IDW has released its first issue of MICRONAUTS. While its story and characters are rather stereotypical, the artwork by creative team David Baldeon, Fico Ossio, Max Dunbar, and Jack Lawrence is amazing. Still, the first issue does not start off this series very well, as it's mostly more of the same from the space adventure genre.
Lobo is the focus on This Week in Comic Book History. But who am I really kidding. This is all about his dog Dawg and how adorable he looks riding a motorcycle with sunglasses on. Check it out!
Feminism is an oft mistaken term, when in reality, all it suggests is the equality of human rights for men and women. To avoid reading an analysis that comes off as either misogyny or misandry, read the Valiant Comics FAITH, then read the analysis of why FAITH is a great human, superhero comic.
Comic fans around the world argue about who would win in a fight between DC and Marvel's best and biggest heroes. Here are just five of the many possibilities we'd love to see in a movie!
The past week in comic book movies was a great one. CIVIL WAR is getting fantastic reviews, there are new trailers for THE KILLING JOKE and X-MEN: APOCALYPSE, and TOMB RAIDER has finally found its star. Here's everything you may have missed.
Hyper Force Neo is an exciting new kids comic from Z2 comics that has gorgeous artwork but is hard to keep track of due to its hyper kinetic pacing and panels.
BOOM! Studios introduces us to their newest miniseries in JOYRIDE, a space adventure starring some likable and some unlikable teenagers destined to explore the stars. With script and story by Jackson Lanzing, and Collin Kelly and art by Marcus To, JOYRIDE issue #1 is a fun start to what could be a great comic miniseries.
The latest issue of OLD MAN LOGAN by Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino slows down the pace to start a brand new story arc for Logan. The art is still on point, and Logan is still a great character, but too much headspace and not enough action make for an issue that's a little too slow.
SEX CRIMINALS is one of the most consistently excellent comics in the market today – with its humor, emotion, and risqué content ensuring its readers are in for the long haul!
Superman and Wonder Woman head to Stryker's Island in hope of finding out who the impostor Superman is. Also, Superman has a run in at the prison with the man who is partly responsible for his death sentence.
In the second issue of SUICIDERS KINGS OF HELL.A., Johnny and his gang managed to escape the gang war from the last issue. However, their troubles are just beginning. Watch as Johnny's anger leads him on a path of self-destruction because of his past family problems. It's an issue that provides the right amount of gore and heart to peak reader interest and maintain it all the way through to the end. Check it our for yourselves!