I closed my coverage of last issue saying that it would be nice to see these books be fun again, and while I don’t think this issue made any great strides, it’s nice to see X-Force with a sense of purpose.
…Did I leave the iron on?
Rachelle Meyer delves into her childhood attending Catholic school in Texas and reflects on the lessons delivered.
Published since 1997, the Pokemon Adventures manga series is set in the world of Pokemon video games such as FireRed, LeafGreen, and my personal favorite Omega Ruby. While the series has always been written by Hidenori Kusaka, the first nine volumes of the series were drawn by Mato. Afterwards, every volume has been drawn by…
Remember when I said I couldn’t wait for this issue of Wolverine? Haha.
Ten years after having her heart broken by Jughead Jones in high school, Ethel Muggs is a successful journalist in NYC. Until she isn’t. Unsatisfied with her career and evicted from her apartment, Ethel returns to Riverdale in Webtoon’s Big Ethel Energy, its first collaboration with Archie Comics.
Providing a trenchant character portrait of J. Jonah Jameson, Spider-Man: Life Story Annual is deep and dark and beautifully written — but doesn’t feature much actual web-slinging from Peter Parker himself.
Terror falls from the sky in X-Men #3, but with the High Evolutionary involved, it’s not raining cats and dogs – it’s raining talking gorillas and cyborg elephants.
Gourmand, comic artist, and writer Franckie Alarcon puts his love of food on the page with his “The Secrets of” series of graphic novels, which NBM has published and translated to English for the first time. But the native charm of Alarcon’s illustrations and his beautiful color work clashes with such high levels of hero…
The leaves are turning and a wind of change is coming in the September edition of the DC Pubwatch. Oddly enough, Nice House on the Lake does not reclaim the top spot, though it is still a fantastic comic. No the top spot this month is going to Philip Kennedy Johnson and Daniel Sampere’s Action…
In case you missed it, last month’s Cover Girl featured some naughty but very nice covers from the Vault Undressed NSFW variant cover series, along with an interview with Editor-in-Chief, Adrian Wassell.
The first issue of this brand-new Deadpool miniseries — drawn and inked entirely in black and red — is a bloody, funny scream.