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.
One of the most popular mangas world wide will be comign to an end this month with Gantz chapter 383 which will be released on 20th june in Japan.
A review of the long awaited Bearlands #2 from Subversive Comics. Biggs and Bakki return to the epic post apocalyptic story about one bear and his quest for survival in world full of Zombears
Free comic book day 2013 is on May 4th and has some amazing comics listed in both the Gold and Silver selections. This year they have included books like Dragon Ball and the Walking Dead.
Another epic by Subversive comics and one of the best sci-fi comics I’ve read. Metal Made Flesh is a three part series leading onto another series called Hunters. It starts with Issue 3 a comic about an assassin who transfers his brain into a child
With Diamond publishing the top 100 Graphic Novels of 2012 we have the full list and it shows just how much of an impact some of the smaller publishers made on sales last year.
Prisoner of the Mind is a neo-noir thriller set in the near future of New York. Combing some amazing artwork which tells a hundred stories itself Allan Linder’s book is a must read for comic fans.
The Amazing Spider-man ended at issue #700 but where one door closes another opens for the Superior Spider-man. But was it the last issue of the Amazing Spider-man that Peter Parker deserved.
Indie comic of the year, Bearlands #1 brings us a world of a harsh reality where everyone fights to survive and nobody trusts anyone, also its full of talking bears.
The DCnU has gone through a full year and has just launched its #0 month. Reviewing Action Comics #0 and what DC are doing with the biggest comic publisher in history.
This September DC comics will be releasing a whole month of issue #0s to cover origins of the new icons of DC comics.
An unlikely mega success as Kick-ass spin off Hit-Girl sells out of almost two printings within a month of being released. Read about Mindy as she fights crime during the night and tries to fit into school during the day.
The DC 52 Graphic novels have started to ship and are already selling out as fast as the comics did. Here’s a full list of TPBs and price comparison.
The Marvel AR app is the most innovative contributions to modern comics since they introduced photoshop and digital comics. See Hidden and extra content with the latest Marvel comics.
Comic of the month as Elephantmen #38 is released and it’s Razorback vs Agent Blackthorne one will live and one will fall. Another Amazing issue from Image comics.
DC has announced the long time in the making Watchmen prequel. With fans and creators of the original divided on the idea.
Kingdom Come may very well be one of the greatest Graphic Novels DC has in print. With the DCnU in full force this book is an amazing eulogy to the DCoU.
DC a super serious about making the DCnU survive, out with the old and in with the new decisions after just 4 issues. six have been canceled and six have been added to the roster.
Charismagic is an original supernatural series by Aspen comics. It’s hot, supernatural and has an amazing story written by Vince Hernandez
One of the best Sci-fi horror books out in ages. Humpty Dumpty follows a part of friendly alien visitors who are ambushed by swamp folk while the males are killed the lone female is captured and tortured for months. Enter Humpty Dumpty.
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