In Iron Man #1, Tony Stark decides to renounce his way of life and go back to the simple ways—is he having an existential crisis? Is he going undercover? Is this some kind of covert mission? Or could it be something closer to home? We get an inkling in this opening issue.
The DC FanDome panels highlighting injustice, racism, and marginalisation have been some of the most interesting content from the event.
The Superman and Lois panel introduced the newest show in the CWverse. The show is a spinoff of Supergirl, and made possible by the popularity of Tyler Hoechlin’s Clark Kent/Superman and Elizabeth Tulloch’s Lois Lane.
The Batwoman panel at DC FanDome was fun, heart-warming, and chockful of tidbits about the upcoming season.
You Will Be Okay is Meggie Ramm’s pocket-sized anxiety-buster that anyone dealing with anxiety—and even people at the start of the lockdown five months ago—can refer to. If you’re feeling overwhelmed and stressed, this is a short and powerful tool that will help you.
Welcome to the IDW Pubwatch. The world is still mostly on lockdown but here’s something to distract you—a few exciting comics that will occupy your mind, at least for a little while. I’ve also got the latest news coming out of IDW, along with comic book reviews—including Star Trek: Picard—and a selection of my favourite…
Frankie, an adorable Siamese kitten, appears on Rachel and Mike’s doorstep and changes their lives forever. Energetic, hilarious, and an endless source of affection, Frankie becomes the centre of the couple’s universe. If you enjoy Rachel Dukes’ Instagram comics, this book is perfect for you.
At DC FanDome, the BIPOC women of the DC Universe came together to talk about what makes them BAWSEs and why that’s the way they want to navigate the world.
DC FanDome kicked off with a major DCEU panel: Wonder Woman 1984. Director Patty Jenkins was joined by lead actor Gal Gadot, along with Chris Pine (who returns as Steve Trevor), Kristen Wiig (who joins as Barbara Minerva/ Cheetah), and Pedro Pascal (who will be portraying Maxwell Lord).
In Power Rangers: Ranger Slayer #1, Kimberly Hart, aka the Pink Ranger, aka Ranger Slayer, returns home to find that things have changed… and not for the better. With all the history and baggage she has on her world, how is she ever going to be able to save it?
Welcome to the IDW Pubwatch. The world is still mostly on lockdown but here’s something to distract you: a few exciting comics that will occupy your mind, at least for a little while. I’ve also got the latest news coming out of IDW, along with comic book reviews—including Snake Eyes: Dead Games #1—and a selection…
I’ve been a geek longer than I’ve known about comic conventions, but the moment I learned that spaces existed where people who liked the things I liked could hang out, I’ve wanted to be there. And ever since I learned about SDCC, I’ve been hoping to get there.