Say what you will, but Javier Saltares and Mark Texeira are probably among the best (if not THE best) artists who bring out the best in the Spirit of Vengeance – probably second only to Clayton Crain. Artistic duties aside,
Justice by Alex Ross, Jim Krueger and Doug Braithwaite accomplishes the feat of paying tribute to a number of iconic DC stories – from Green Lantern becoming Parallax, to Crisis on Infinite Earths, to the Death of A Prince storyline
I’ve been with this series since its beginning, through its highs and lows, and the seventh (and sadly, final) season closed the circle quite well. This was basically a “S.H.I.E.L.D.’s greatest hits” with some humorous moments, amazing set pieces, and
Stargirl’s first season is a shining example of a female superhero series done right! The villains were complex and layered, it didn’t devolve into a teenage soap-opera as I thought it would and the character development was handled quite well!
The Earth One initiative by DC Comics is a revamp of familiar characters taking them back to their basic concept and rebuilding them from the ground up. Oftentimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t. Green Lantern: Earth One is one of
If you have grown up with the X-Men as I did, you probably know what an overwhelming force of nature Magneto is and what a complex villain he makes. I would dare say that he is, in fact, my favorite
My Chemical Romance’s Gerard Way and Gabriel Ba’s now-famous The Umbrella Academy: The Apocalypse Suite is best described as a bare-bones, psychedelic deconstruction of the superhero genre and its’ subgenre’s much in the vein of Grant Morrison’s Doom Patrol –
Till all are one! The first arc of the Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron trilogy (which unfortunately is not tied to the underrated War for / Fall of Cybertron games) is a love letter to the fans as it greatly