This week we review Collapser #1. Other books discussed include Jimmy Olsen, Event Leviathan, Uncanny X-Men, and Age of X-Man Omega.
In other news, Comic-Com happened.
Next week’s debut reviews:
House of X #1
Batman: Curse of the White Knight #1
This week, we review Space Bandits #1. Other books discussed include Super Sons, Spencer & Locke, Dead Man Logan, and DCeased.
Elsewhere, Marvel confirms its Hall H presence for Comic-Con, Matt Fraction & Ales Kot returns, and Runaways may welcome a couple guests to season 3. Next week’s debut review:
This week, we review the debuts of Wolverine: Exit Wounds and Marilyn Manor. Other books discussed include Super Sons, Ascender, Runaways, Sandman, and Age of X-Man X-Tremists.
Elsewhere, Spider-Man: Far From Home came out and The Walking Dead comic has finally ended. All that and a little bit more.
This week, we review Thumbs #1 and discuss other books including Spencer & Locke 2, Umbrella Academy: Hotel Oblivion, Super Sons, Event Leviathan, DCeased, and Marvelous X-Men.
Next week, we dive into volume 1 of Sandman.
Next week, we will finally review Killer Groove #1. This wee, however, we dissect the books we did get to, discuss the fact there are starting to be (or already has been) too many comics TV options, and share our excitement for what’s next in the MCU.
In our latest Interview Spectacular, we were thrilled to be joined by Kelly Thompson – Marvel writer of show favorite books like Hawkeye & Jessica Jones plus much more. Kelly breaks down her beginnings as a comics fan and aspiring writer, her thoughts on diversity in today’s books, and the growing role of women in superhero culture.
The interview sits just under an hour and we can’t thank her enough for the time. For all things Kelly, follow her on twitter or tumblr, and purchase all of her...
This week, we review High Level #1 of Vertigo. Other books discussed include Captain Marvel, Jessica Jones, AvX VS, Uncanny X-Men, Age of X-Man: The Amazing Nightcrawler, Gideon Falls, The Punisher and Teen Titans.
Elsewhere, we recap Francesca Root-Dodson’s interview, talk Umbrella Academy, and tell nerds to calm down about Venom’s plot twist.
In the latest Interview Spectacular, we were joined by Gotham’s Francesca Root-Dodson.
Francesca recently finished her filming as Ecco (perhaps aka Harley to most fans), and is currently promoting her feature film, Free Spirit (which she wrote, starred & directed). On the show, she details her first days on Gotham, her appreciation for comics culture, and where her career may be headed next. Also, she plays a tremendous game of marry/casually date/kill.
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