The Dark Knight and his rival will battle in Batman V Superman sooner than we thought, and without also fighting The First Avenger on release day.
Chronos Commandos is a great comic series that calls back to the classic camp of 80s action movies.
No one cares about zombies anymore, but Zombie B.C.’s neanderthals just might have something to talk about!
The best way to bring people together is common interests, for superheroes common interests equates to common enemies. Here is my review for Chris Yost’s New Warriors #1.
Snow Piercer is a brutal graphic novel about the apocalypse and societal ills. Read on for our full review.
Straight from the Marvel.NOW campaign comes She-Hulk #1. Jennifer Walters, aka She-Hulk, has saved the world countless times over as a member of the Avengers and the Fantastic Four but there’s more to her than being big and green. Charles Soule and Javier Pulido showcase the lawyer side of Jen in this fun first issue.
Goblin Nation begins in Superior Spider-Man #27.NOW. Has Slott delivered on the much hyped story that pits Otto Octavious, the Superior Spider-Man, against the resurgent Green Goblin?
Marvel has introduced their first Muslim superhero and she’s taking over the mantle of Ms. Marvel. Did the comic giant create a culture comic or will it fit in with the rest of the weekly lineup? Find out in our Ms. Marvel #1 review.
A review of Zack Whedon’s Serenity: Leaves on the Wind. A follow up to the 2005 cult hit Serenity, what are the ramifications facing the ‘verse following the revelations from the planet Miranda? An excellent beginning to a six-part miniseries that fans of Firefly and Serenity will instantly fall in love with.