Comic Recap and Review : More Groo in Groo vs. Conan #1

| July 25, 2014


In the first four pages, Conan spits a wizard with his sword and saves a woman from death by sorcerous fear. Conan tells the woman that he conquers fear daily, and “fortunately, there is no one else like me.” Just as Conan is about to sing his own praises in the style of Tex Richman, […]

Thought Bubbles: Spoiler Space

| July 22, 2014


We need to talk about spoilers. I’m not talking about people spoiling stuff after it’s happened. As far as I’m concerned, once a thing is out there in the world it is my responsibility to avoid spoilers for it. If I don’t want to know what happened on the latest episode of Game of Thrones […]

Introducing The All New Bonus Stage!

| July 19, 2014


Welcome to the brand new Bonus Stage! Now bringing you the best cosplay, fan-art, videos music and more from all over geekdom!

This Week’s Releases (7/16/2014)

| July 16, 2014


This Week’s Releases (7/16/2014) There is a lot to get excited about this week. Let us know what you’re excited about in the comments!

The Origin of Ms. Marvel, & the Making of a Hit, Man

| July 14, 2014


G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona’s Ms. Marvel has introduced us to a new superhero – Kamala Khan – and over five issues, has won us over. Kamala Khan’s debut as a truly original superhero has been written by Wilson with consummate skill and assurance, and Alphona’s art has been a definitive asset, establishing a style for […]

The New Batgirl is So Unlike DC and Why That’s a Good Thing

| July 10, 2014


On the surface, everything about the new Batgirl comic run announced by DC Comics Thursday is nothing like we come to expect from the company. Sure, new Batgirl writers Cameron Stewart and Brenden Fletcher have a history with DC  from their respective work on Batman Inc. and Wednesday Comics. However, where they plan to take Barbara Gordon and her superhero alter-ego is a complete 180 on how she’s been […]

Thought Bubbles: #FireRickRemender and The Outrage Cycle

| July 8, 2014


It is a truth universally acknowledged that an internet commenter in possession of some free time must be in want of a controversy. Anyone who spends any amount of time on social media or perusing message boards will, at any given time, find someone (or a group of someones) who’s pissed off about something. Twitter […]

San Diego Comic-Con Program 2014: Comics Arts Conference Schedule

| July 6, 2014

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The Comics Arts Conference, which celebrated its 20th year in 2012 as a staple of the Comic-Con International programming schedule, returns to San Diego Comic-Con International with a full slate of academic panels devoted to the wonderful world of comics.

C.O.W.L. #3 Preview

| July 4, 2014

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Have you been reading C.O.W.L., Kyle Higgins, Alec Siegel, and Rod Reis’ comic book series about a superhero union in 50s era Chicago? No? Well, it’s about time. Check out the preview images for issue #3 of the series. From Image: In C.O.W.L. #3 readers will learn more about Radia and her struggle to gain respect […]

Truth. Justice. Liberty. Hope. Relevance.

| July 4, 2014


DC and Marvel each have a character that embodies the “best” of the United States of America. Both of these characters are recognised as leaders in their worlds. They are respected by their colleagues and considered living legends by the people. Yet they are wildly at the extremes of the power spectrum. One is a […]

Justin Jordan Teases Three New Books from BOOM!

| July 3, 2014

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Justin Jordan, writer of Dead Body Road, Green Lantern: New Guardians, The Strange Talent of Luther Strode, and more, announces that he will write three new books with BOOM! Studios. The first of the three series will be released in November. More details about the three new series will be available later this summer.

Remender and Tocchini’s New Series Low Preview

| July 3, 2014

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Rick Remender (Black Science, Deadly Class) and Greg Tocchini (Uncanny X-Force) are joining forces on a new title from Image Comics. Low was teased at Image Expo and became one of the highly-anticipated series for this year. From Image: LOW is set in the distant future, after humanity has relocated to radiation-shielded cities below the sea […]