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.

Comics

7String Track One by Nich Angell

More from the artist of the month Nich Angell. 7String is the epic story of how the universe lost it’s melody and found a hero.

New Supergirl Costume from the DC reboot

Out of all the DC comics characters effected in the reboot it’s probably the most to change after the 70 or so years. We now have the first image of Supergirl’s new costume.

Bryan Lee O’Malley ‘s Next Project

After Scott Pilgrim Finished I can’t be the only one wondering what Bryan Lee O’Malley would spring on us next. Nothing official but we may have a title.

First image of New Look Superman Costume

Thanks to Jim Lee and the awesome folk at DC comics we have the first image of the new Superman costume. In the reboot Superman will undergo the most change due to the whole legal situation surrounding the super comic icon.

DC Comics Reboot

Maybe the biggest news ever in comics history. DC Comics is gearing up for a complete reboot of the most popular universe in comic history.

Elephantmen Volume 4 : Questionable Things

Richard Starkings continues the epic Elephantmen with Volume #4 Questionable Things. Collecting #24 – #30 the rated “M” issue.

DC Universe Online Comic

The DCUO Game has been out for a few weeks and has already got a huge following. The comic that accompanies the series is up to issues 2 with #3 out next week. Here’s a quick catch up.

The Filth

About time for the return of comic book reviews. Grant Morrison’s The Filth has left even me in shock.

Robots Anthology from Accent UK

What makes us different to robots? Accent UK have brought together an Anthology of Robot themed stories challenging the whole concept of humanity and the soul.

Reign of Doomsday #1

DC’s newest mini event Reign of Doomsday has begun with Steel #1. The odds don’t look good for former weapons developer turned super hero.

Death of Iron Man

Stop the press. The death of Iron Man is coming in Invincible Iron Man #500 in January. Check out the preview.

The Walking Dead Volume 2 – Miles behind us

Can’t wait for Walking Dead series two next October, why not get ahead with the second volume by Robert Kirkman. The ultimate zombie survival guide.

Elephantmen Volume 3 Dangerous Liaisons

Sci-fi pulp at it’s best. Richard Starking’s Elephantmen – Dangerous Liaisons is the third collected volume in the series which just goes on getting better.

Green Lantern Rebirth

Probably the best Green Lantern TPB for a super catchup. It’s not another re visit to the origin but a massively compressed recap of all the important Green Lantern milestones.

Judgment on Gotham – Batman vs Judge Dredd

If you love VS books this is a pretty cool cross over. Published by 2000 AD this story has villain team ups and cross dimension action with Batman and Judge Dredd in a very well illustrated and written tale.

Ian Churchill’s Marineman

Ian Churchill to me will be best known for his awesome signature drawing style. Marineman has opened up a whole new world for the artist with his own creator owned series.

Sin City Hell and Back

The final chapter in Frank Millers Sin City – Easily one of the best books by the great Frank Miller and a good base for the second movie.

Sin City #6 – Booze, Broads, & Bullets

Booze, Broads, & Bullets – on to book 6 of Frank Millers sin City series. A welcome back to Marv.

Sin City #5 Family Values

The Sin City season continues with the volume five in Frank Millers Family Values.

Sin City #4 – That Yellow Bastard

Sin City continued in That Yellow Bastard. Frank Miller’s tale of a damaged city continues with the tale of Nancy and John Hartigan

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