“Night of the Living Deadpool #1” Comic Review

In their roles as narrative foils, zombies are wholly uninteresting, save for their use as societal reflections, like in a George A. Romero horror...

X-Men Legacy #17 Review

X-Men Legacy #17 promises a one-on-one, no superpowers fight between David Haller and Scott Summers and delivers at least as long as it can....

Comics Reviews for July 2, 2014

It was a light week for me this week, not because of a lack of books but a lack of time to read through...
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Drawn to Comics Podcast | Episode: 7

This week on the Drawn to Comics Podcast, Russ remembers the '80s with DC Comics' He-Man/Thundercats #6 and praises IDW's Star Trek Deviations. Ken...

Dark Horse Shows a “Cool” Book with Polar

Stories like Polar are the reason the comic book medium exists. Victor Santos, the writer and artist behind this book, shows himself as a...

“The Amazing Spider-Man #1” Comic Review

Back in December 2012, The Amazing Spider-Man series scribe Dan Slott made the unpopular decision to have Peter Parker killed during the issue's landmark...

A Review of “The Complete David Bowie” by Nicholas Pegg

David Bowie is one of the seminal creators of pop culture in the 20th century.  As a musician, his songs were never far from...

Batgirl #23 Review

Batgirl #23 marks the second issue in a row in which Barbara Gordon does not don her eponymous costume but that doesn’t stop series...

“Pretty Deadly #1” Comic Review

  Pretty Deadly is a brand-new series from Image comics, and in this day and age, that means it is automatically worth looking at. Add...

Motion Comics, A Brief Introduction.

​Somewhere between printed comics and limited animation lies a new breed of medium: the motion comic. With visual styling similar to an animatic, but...

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