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.
If you read one Fantastic Four book it really should be Mark Miller and Bryan Hitch’s Fantastic 4 Worlds Greatest. Featuring the timely death of both Sue Richards and Galacticus along with the Hulk son of Wolverine.
Adding to the list of awesome Sci-Fi Comics, Spaceman is a nine issue series from, Vertigo where which follows Orson a genetically modified spaceman from a near post apocalyptic future.
The great Geoff Johns takes on Booster Gold and his task of realigning time and saving the JLA. Booster Gold 52 Pick-Up.
Next up in the Zelda Manga reviews is the legendary Ocarina of Time. The first in the Manga series to be written and a huge improvement on the Link to the Past book.
Richard Starkings the legend behind Elephantmen brings us a reprint of Man and Elephantman. This time in one collected issue with the trifold cover by J Scott Campbell.
Based on the most popular video game series know to man Viz bring us another classic Manga in the form of Zelda: A Link to the Past, based on the epic SNES game from 1992.
The long awaited Stitched by Garth Ennis blesses our comic shelves this week. When a team of US military go down in Afghanistan they have more than the Taliban to fear.
The first Manga review for Super Robot Mayhem and what else to start wit than Viz Media’s Dragon Ball series. It’s one of the most popular manga’s in print and a total must read for any comic fan.
Back with two issues in the same month after an eight month delay. Well worth the wait Superior continues to kick ass in issue 5 and 6 out now.
Even with a pile of comics from the last week of the DC reboot in hand The first on the reading list had to be Frank Millers Holy Terror. Once an epic Batman story now something entirely new with the Fixer.
The DCnU has brought us another amazing new series in Red Hood and the Outsiders. It’s reinvented some of the best and most underused characters in the DC Universe.
Probably the most defining comic icon of the last few generations Batman starts his adventure from issue one this month. Part of the New 52 Batman #1
One of the most sexually controversial comics since Superman and Big Barda made that movie. Catwoman #1 from the DC Reboot is defiantly one for the adult reader.
Another of DC Comics icons has been rebooted in the big DCnU of 2011. Supergirl crash lands to earth but where has she landed.
The new DC reboot for some hasn’t changed much but Superboy is one of the few who has been reinvented. Thought to be a failed genetic experiment from a cross between human and alien DNA.
So far the DC reboot has been a mixed bunch. Suicide Squad is the perfect example of how the reboot can be used to the full. It’s a total reinvention of all the other incarnations and kicks off with an epic first issue.
Not sure if this really counts towards the DCnU since it’s a spin off from Grant Morrisons Batman Inc from last year. But it is well worth a read, take a look at the full spoiler-full review.
An old time fan favorite Swamp Thing is a survivor both in the pages and on the shelves. How will the new reboot from DCnU measure upto the classic tales of the Swamp.
If you told me a year ago I would own a copy of Action Comics #1 I’d have maybe laughed but here I am with a review from the DCnU line up.
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