We had to slay some technical dragons, but our podcast is finally ready for you again. There will be a few rapid-fire updates to get you caught up, but our schedule should resume without hiccups. Episode #014 – Stan Lee – In Memoriam This episode was originally recorded on 17 Continue Reading
Review by Zach Smith II DC Universe’s premier exclusive has two episodes left and is wrapping up in the best possible way — with delightfully extreme tension.
“Defenders: The Best Defense” #1 Writer: Al EwingPenciler: Joe BennettInker: Belardino BraboColor Artist: Dono Sánchez-AlmaraLetterer: VC’s Clayton Cowles Classic Marvel Comics fans have been awaiting the return of one of the most unique teams in the Marvel Universe, the original Defenders, which have finally reunited after almost 20 years and Continue Reading
Amanda McKee is Livewire, a psiot (Valiant’s version of a mutant or metahuman) with the power of technopathy, the ability to control technology, from a cellphone to advanced networking and computer systems. She is also someone who above all else tries to be a guardian, protecting her fellow psiots in Continue Reading
REVIEW BY HARVEY MORENO || DC is digging back into the archives to bring us a new take on an amazing otherworldly concept: the Freedom Fighters!
With the long-awaited Aquaman movie finally coming out this week and scoring rave reviews, doubtlessly many new Aqua-fans will come to the comic shops hoping to read more about this awesome hero who, it turns out, does a lot more than just talk to fish and breathe underwater. The good Continue Reading
Welp, let’s chalk another one up in the “I-stand-corrected” column that started with Episode 8 of Titans — though this instance of correction is much less pleasing than the previous one. If you journey back to my review of Episode 2, “Hawk and Dove”, you’ll read that I quite liked the dynamic Continue Reading
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. A highly advanced dystopia where the corporations own everything and technology is indistinguishable from magic. A dying Earth where life is cheap and humanity’s best days are behind it, despite the zeitgeist being built around the next big thing. A misfit struggles Continue Reading
MARTIAN MANHUNTER #1 PUBLISHER: DC Comics WRITER: Steve Orlando ARTIST: Riley Rossmo COLORIST: Ivan Plascencia COVER PRICE: $3.99 J’onn J’onzz aka The Martian Manhunter is a superhero’s superhero. Since arriving on Earth in Detective Comics #225 (1955), this red planet native has helped save his adoptive blue rock time and Continue Reading
When it comes to superheroic alter egos, Billy Batson may have the most confusing real-world history of any comic book character in existence. Originally created as Captain Thunder for 1940’s Thrill Comics #1, his origin story was reworked and he was renamed Captain Marvel for Whiz Comics #2, later that same Continue Reading
DEAD MAN LOGAN #1 PUBLISHER: Marvel Comics WRITER: Ed Brisson ARTIST: Mike Henderson COLORIST: Nolan Woodard COVER PRICE: $4.99 Old Man Logan is DEAD…again, sort of…but not really. Ever since the Old Man Logan character was introduced as a self-contained story arc written by Mark Millar and with art by Steve Continue Reading
After watching Episode 8 of Titans — titled “Donna Troy” — I can only ask myself one question. Where has this quality been all season? Why have we been flip-flopping between “plot episodes” and “character episodes” when, as made clear by this week’s episode, an effective combination of the two could be Continue Reading
The 30th Anniversary of The Sandman By Dave Whiteman On November 29, 1988, the first issue of Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman went on sale from DC Comics. Soon to be published under the new DC Vertigo imprint, The Sandman received critical acclaim and was one of the first graphic novels Continue Reading