Mainly for the classic characters from DC and Marvel the mainstream comics section here to celebrate the pioneers of the comic book industry which have survived dozens of incarnations and imminent apocalypses’.
Although the line between indie comics and mainstream comics is fairly thin with so many new comic book publishers coming up at the moment but we hope to give them all a fair looking over.
Soon we will be featuring some reviews of a few real classics from the Dark Knight and Superman.
Blade Runner – the movie that inspired a whole genre of neo-noir and cyberpunk movies and comics over the last 35 years or so.
In a world of superheroes it’s easy to forget about all the villains, here are a few of our top DC super villains without super powers.
Thanks for all the support, we’ve reached our first goal which will let us create the first issue of Super Robot Mayhem along side Subversive Comics.
Aspen Comics are releasing a Michael Turner exclusive cover for Marvels Darth Maul comic which will be limited to only 2000 of the original sketch variant.
Executive Assistant Iris: Enemies Among Us #1 features two stories, one written by Vince Hernandez, with pencils by Randy Green, and the second written by David Wohl, with art by Giuseppe Cafaro, and colors for both by Wes Hartman.
Comicraft have started a Kickstarter to create the first ever digital comic book font designed just for for Japanese and Chinese comics.
Vengeance is the third in the Metal Made Flesh series and set to smash goal on Kickstarter after raising over 8k in just three days.
A review of Elephantmen #73 by Richard Starkings, Axel Madellin with a cover by Boo Cook.
Communications giant AT&T has put a bid in to buy Time Warner for a massive $85.4 Billion and the deal is set to complete in 2017
A review of He-man/Thundercats. The cross over even kids of the 80’s have been waiting 30 years for.
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