Dynamite can’t call it Tarzan and John Carter of Mars, but that’s what it is. The publisher announced a new miniseries set to premiere this August that will feature Tarzan and Jane Porter of the Lord of the Jungle title teaming up with John Carter and Dejah Thoris of the Warlord of Mars franchise. The [...]
The Gun (part one) is the story of a struggling writer, who, at the end of his rope, gets a new lease on life when he purchases a gun at a pawnshop. His life is suddenly worth living again’ until it’s not. Today we have another review of a book from Comixology’s Submit releases. The [...]
Check out the preview for one of the most anticipated comic books of this year, The True Lives Of The Fabolous Killjoys by Gerard Way, Shaun Simon and Becky Cloonan. Welcome to Battery City, where the disease is the cure! In My Chemical Romance’s critically acclaimed album Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous [...]
Bertie Bear; world famous monster hunter and adventurer, is contacted by the American FBI to hunt down the legendary Dagger of a Thousand Souls before an evil mob boss/dark wizard and a whole cult of vicious vampires can get their hands on it. Danger is assured especially as Bertie is familiar with some of the [...]
Curiouser and curiouser. Earlier today DC posted a preview of a Man of Steel digital tie-in comic you can get if you preorder the Blu-ray combo pack for the movie at Wal*Mart. It was a four page preview of one of the four stories you’ll receive. Interestingly enough, it is written by David Goyer (the writer [...]
Can the Talon escape the jaws of death? What will become of him if he doesn’t? Find out in this story that leads directly into next month’s BIRDS OF PREY #21!
One of the series that’s coming out this year and I’m really excited about is “Burn The Orphanage” by Daniel Freedman and Sina Grace. We didn’t know a lot about the story, except for the teasers that Image has been sending these past days, and a few pics Sina has been posting on his tumblr [...]
The Green Lantern Corps will be getting some new recruits with issue #21 in the form of writers Robert Vinditti and Van Jensen along with artist Bernard Chang. The new creative team will take the title in an all-new direction after the conclusion of the Wrath of the First Lantern story. The new direction involves [...]
The adaptation of the hit science fiction/comedy film of the summer, Iron Sky, follows the fate of Nazis who fled to the moon in 1945, and return in 2018 to conquer the Earth with their armada of flying saucers. With tongue firmly in cheek, the story parodies both the Nazis and more recent political parties [...]
Now that Miles Morales is a true Spider-Man, let’s see how he handles the true pressure of the role. With a year behind Miles, Brian Michael Bendis decides to start giving him the old Parker luck in more ways than one. This is the second big time jump in Bendis’ tenure on the title. You’ll [...]
Britt Reid has always been a hero to the people, whether in his civilian identity as a newspaper publisher, or as his costumed alter-ego. But in one terrible moment, the Green Hornet turns on the city that he’d sworn to protect, becoming their worst enemy! Dynamite’s new Green Hornet series from superstar writer Mark Waid [...]
A sickness resides in the house of Usher. Its history is cursed, its tenants plagued by abominable love, and its hallways lined with coffins and the rotted dead. Things are about to get worse. Dark Horse has a new two issue series from legendary illustrator Richard Corben. The story is based on Edgar Allen Poe’s [...]
A grisly string of random murders has left the authorities baffled, but The Shadow believes there is method to the killer’s madness. At each crime scene, eyewitnesses have spotted the spectral figure of a woman in white. Is “The Light” behind the murders, or a victim’s lost spirit? The Shadow must unravel the mystery before [...]
DC and Comic Book Resources have unveiled the cover to Batman #21, the first part of Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo‘s Zero Year, by fan-favorite artist Jock. The issue ships June 12 with back-up stories co-written by Snyder and James Tynion IV with art by Rafael Alburquerque. All the names mentioned are no strangers to [...]
UPDATE: It seems Midtown Comics released some false info in their newsletter. CBR has confirmed via Marvel that the title is not cancelled. The following update was issued: Whoops! Has Kang been messing with the timestream or have we just been getting confused? The Avengers keep on assembling! Avengers Assemble is not ending, it’s carrying [...]
The DC August solicitations have hit today, and with the info on new titles comes the news that four books are coming to an end. The titles on the chopping block this time around are Legion of Super Heroes, Demon Knights, Dial H, and Threshold. The news isn’t too big of a surprise considering they [...]
Age of Ultron is still going on, but Marvel (and most comic book readers) are already moving on and are getting ready for the next big event- Infinity by Jonathan Hickman. This will be Marvel‘s first cosmic event in several years. Hickman will be bringing Thanos back to the Marvel Universe in a big way. [...]
There’s no time to catch your breath after last issue’s shocking ending as an emotionally unstable Batgirl must confront one of Batman’s most violent foes: The Ventriloquist!
Frustrated with his dead end career as a chicken feed rep, Joe is looking for something. Turns out that “something” is a four-month-old black lab puppy named Kinski. Joe is going to save this dog. What at first seems like a simple rescue mission escalates into a righteous crusade…but crusades don’t usually work out so well, do they?
There are a few titles that guarantee greatness month in and month out. Fatale has been one of those since #1, and over a year later, Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips have continued to write one of the best books on the stands. With the last few months dealing with Fatales (that’s what I’m going [...]
MEMORIAL Part 1! 2013 marks the 35th anniversary of the original Battlestar Galactica TV series and to celebrate Dynamite is launching a brand new series, written by cosmic supremos, Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning (Legion, Nova, Guardians of the Galaxy)! Set in classic BSG continuity, this series celebrates 35 years of epic space opera when, following a surprise Cylon attack, Adama and the crew of the Galactica are forced to deploy Dr Zee’s experimental temporal weapons with unexpected results that leave Apollo and Starbuck lost in time and space in an alternate reality with no Galactica and no way of returning home!
Batwoman is being played right into a confrontation with Batman…and that’s the least of her problems after the final page of issue #20!
New “Robocop” series from Frank Miller coming this August from BOOM! Studios! So, stay out of trouble.
The Man Without Fear faced off against a new villain called Ikari in the pages of Daredevil #25. The character is a mirror version of Daredevil, matching him in every way but one- Ikari still has his eyesight. The reveal at the end of the battle that left Matt Murdock completely beaten and broken was [...]
We know that the Trinity War will spill in to all three Justice League books: Justice League, Justice League of America, and Justice League Dark. The first three part cover image (as you can see above) showed all three teams beating the stuffing out of each other, but the next three covers that connect show [...]