Tag: Spider-Man

Staff Picks: September Comics

Madame Frankenstein #5 Jamie S. Rich, Megan Levens Image Comics We’re reaching the climax of this seven-issue miniseries, a reimagining of the Frankenstein story with a feminine perspective, set in the early 1930s. Levens’ black and white art is gorgeous and lively, and Rich’s story provides an interesting twist on the familiar tale. Nailbiter #5…

stock: True War Romance 16, penciller Bill Walsh, digital comics museum

Where Do We Stand: May Comic Sales

Each month, Diamond Comics Distributors releases data on the top selling products from single issue comics, to graphic novels and trade paperbacks, to toys. So far this year, the trend shows the top single issue comic sales heavy with superhero stories from Marvel and DC, but diversity is growing in the trade paperback and graphic…

Staff Picks for May — Movies

Don’t know what to watch in May? Don’t worry. We can help. Palo Alto! Those Coppola’s know how to spin a good yarn. This is the directorial debut from Gia Coppola (Sophia Coppola’s niece and Francis’ grand-daughter). The imagery looks ethereal/magical, and the storyline dives into teenagers dealing with sex, drugs, and violence. And because,…

Spider-Man: The Manga | Marvel. Started in 1997.

Top 10: WTF, Spider-Manga

Spider-Man! He’s been around the world a couple of times. Remember this? [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xi7qJ4MLCaw&w=420&h=315] That’s not what we’re here to talk about. We’re here for the Spider-Man manga, released eight years previously and with a wildly different subject matter. This Spider-Man was Komori Yuu (neither Japanese Spider-Man was Peter Parker, nor even alliterative — the toku version…

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