A betting person would have been smart to bet that Before Watchmen was going to take the top four spots in the top ten for June. But lo and behold, Avengers vs X-Men beat it out. What comes as a surprise to me, Avengers vs X-Men took the top two spots, and Batman #11 took the third. Spider-Men makes the [...]
There are three characters in the comic medium who don’t need their origin retold. Those are Spider-Man, Superman, and Batman. Almost everyone knows their stories, since they are ingrained so deeply into pop culture. Their origins, while simplistic, are near perfect. So whenever a new origin story is told, it needs to leave an impact, [...]
The awesome folks at Dark Horse Comics sent us a first look at some amazing covers for two of their upcoming issues! Yes, you will see them first, ONLY at Comic Book Therapy! Check them out and tell us what you think! B.P.R.D. HELL ON EARTH VOLUME 4: THE DEVILS’ ENGINE AND THE LONG DEATH TP [...]
HOLY COW!!!! I hope you saved enough money for San Diego Comic-Con 2012 because there’s gonna be some SWEET STUFF! Check it out— In addition to a full schedule of panels, Image Comics is also celebrating creativity at Comic-Con International in San Diego with exclusive covers and editions of popular and debut titles. Creators will [...]
The Walking Dead Issue #100 San Diego Comic-Con International Exclusive Wristwatch is finally here!
Part 1: Beat the Poet Writer: Matt Kindt Art: Alberto Ponticelli Frankenstein Agent of S.H.A.D.E #10 welcomes new writer Matt Kindt who is filling in for Jeff Lemire since he stepped down to take over Justice League Dark (issue #9 was amazing!), however for some odd reason Lemire’s name is still on the cover? [...]
When the seas rose, genetic codes were smashed. Human settlements are ringed by a dense wilderness from which ferocious new animal species prey on the helpless. The high ground belongs to the rich and powerful that overlook swampland shantytowns from their fortress-like cities. Iron-fisted rule ensures order and allows the wealthy to harvest the poor as slaves.
Delve into the first chapter of Orchid, the tale of a teenage prostitute who learns that she is more than the role society has imposed upon her.
Occasionally an indie book comes along and makes you stand up and take notice. And I’m not talking about a book at Image, which is hardly considered indie. The Trials and Tribulations of Ms. Tilney could have been a hit, but only if a few things were changed. David Doub, the writer, sets up the book [...]
With AvX in full swing, there was no doubt in anyones mind that they were going to be ruling the May charts. But no one thought by this big a lead. Look at the bottom of this article to see how everything worked out. As you can see Avengers vs X-Men ruled the top ten. DC owns [...]
Now that we are deep into Season 9 for the Buffy-verse, Dark Horse has released the first volume of trades for the season (Angel & Faith vol. 1 review here). The first volume of Buffy the Vampire Slayer is a good collection, but one that will divide fans on a simple story decision. This TBP collects the [...]
I recently wrote catch up article (click here for that) and mentioned that Angel & Faith, in my opinion, is the better of the Buffy series. Well now that you WANT to catch up with this series, here is your chance. Dark Horse has released the first five issues of the series and some extras. [...]
Has it been that long already on this one? Wow, who would ever thought an innocent family move into a new sprawling suburban community could be such a horror? Heheh… Yes, its blockbuster season for the movies and Comic Book Therapy takes another nostalgic lookback at a blockbuster classic from years past! On June [...]