In preparation to read the iconic “The Death of Captain Marvel,” I brushed up some history of the character by reading his debut story in Marvel Super Heroes #12-13 and Captain Marvel #1 by Stan Lee and Gene Colan. While
I cannot stress how much I love Neil Gaiman’s work; although my experience of it is very limited, I have had enough to want to read more. His tug-of-war between the divine and the profane with a touch of a
It is very important, I find, that one maintains a critical distance between what they like and themselves in order to accept that their object of content is not infallible. With this frame of mind, I read through Mike Baron,
Rounding up 2021 with our reactions to the science fiction cinematic event of the year and with some suggestions for viewing and reading over the holidays.
Title: Icy Dawn Creator: Erica Mallia – https://www.maltacomiccon.com/erica-mallia/ Platform: Webtoons Description: Vee is about to wed, having suddenly a swarm of monsters being sent after her for something that made her the black sheep of her own village, having no
Almost undoubtedly where the current phase of the MCU is heading, John Byrne’s Avengers West Coast: Darker than Scarlet presents the downfall of Wanda Maximoff. This will not be the first or the last time that her downward spiral is
Tripwire Magazine Autumn Special will be a glossy 144 page A4 squarebound magazine chock full of all manner of great, unique material Tripwire has always been about celebrating the art of comics, film and TV and the creators and production
So. This is weird. I did not have ANY expectations whatsoever going into watching the Venom sequel “Let There Be Carnage”. And it certainly left me with mixed feelings. On one hand, Tom Hardy and Woody Harrelson were a treat
This is a weird book. I really wanted to like this book. Wonder Woman, I find, has had an….interesting…. history in DC Comics. Unlike Batman and Superman, there have only been a handful of iconic stories from her entire bibliography.