Opening with a multilevel marketing scheme orchestrated by vampires, Moon Knight #1 hits the ground running. Or, well, Moon Knight (Marc Spector) hits a van while it’s running, fulfilling his duty as a Fist of (the absent, see Avengers) Khonshu and protector of those who travel (unwillingly in the aforementioned van) at night.
Books bring out the best and worst in us as reflections of or inspirations for society. In Cullen Bunn’s latest horror comic, the dark spiraling trajectory that society is already on is tipped over the edge by a book called Satyr by Olivia Kincaid. Millions of people are reading it and the resulting violence and…
James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad lets you know that it’s not David Ayer’s 2016 Suicide Squad, nor Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy, in pretty irreverent and brutal fashion. It’s certainly not for the faint of heart, but somehow, it works.
Reading the pitch for Black’s Myth #1, it felt like the premise spoke directly to me.