Comics & Graphic Novels
Magical Items collected by John Constantine to Kill Trigon
How do you kill a demon lord? Is it even possible? Well, if you've read Dceased then you've probably seen a crafty yet efficient user of the mystical arts do it. His name, John Constantine. But how did he do it and what sort of powerful weapons did he require to kill the demon?
Graphic Novel Review: "Nightwing: The New Order" by Kyle Higgins
In the year 2040, Dick Grayson is no longer Nightwing, superheroes are outlawed and metahuman powers are suppressed by the Crusaders. There are consequences Dick didn't see coming and they involve his son Jacob "Jake" Grayson. Is this graphic novel worth your time and money? Let's find out!
Streaming Service Review: DCUniverseInfinite.com
DCUniverseInfinite is a streaming website where you can read issues from DC Comics' vast catalog of superhero stories featuring Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, the Teen Titans, and much more. Is this streaming service worth your time and money if you like to read comics? Let's find out!
Comicpalooza 2021: How to Cram a Con Into a Single Day
Comicpalooza returns to Houston after skipping last year due to COVID. Labeled as Texas' Largest Pop Culture Festival, the con is an eclectic mix of celebrities, anime, cosplay, and comics with a variety of special guests and activities suitable for the whole family.
Graphic Novel Review: "Batman: Dark Victory" By Jeph Loeb
Batman must solve the mystery of who is killing cops in Gotham City even as the mob starts to fight against the supervillains. What does this have to do with Two-Face, formerly known as Harvey Dent. Is this graphic novel worth your time and money? Let's find out!
10 Richest Villains in Marvel Comics
Imagine having enough money to be able to create anything you want, a stealth plane that can turn completely invisible an entirely new element, an anti-gravity device artificial intelligence named after your butler or even for some reason
10 Unsolved Mysteries in the Wano Arc of One Piece Manga
Wano Arc of One Piece is the Most Hyped up Arc in a Long Time. And it has many Mysteries which are unsolved. In this Post, I will be going through 10 such Mysteries.
Graphic Novel Review: "Robin: Year One" by Chuck Dixon
Robin's rookie year as Batman's sidekick has him chasing down Mad Hatter and confronting Two-Face for the first time. His encounter with Two-Face has dire consequences for him, will he make it past his first year? Is this graphic novel worth your time and money? Let's find out!
What Is Manga?
Japanese manga constitutes one of the three great comic book traditions worldwide, along with the American and the Franco-Belgian. It covers a wide variety of genres and reaches diverse audiences. It is a very important part of the Japanese publishing market.
10 Independent Comic Books to Watch for in May 2021
May is shaping up to be a great month for fans of independent comic books. Which ones are worth reading? Could one inspire the next great TV show or movie? Here are 10 independent comic books to watch for in May 2021.
"Stray Dogs" Pits Loveable Pups Against A Serial Killer
The new series from Image Comics blends anthropomorphic action with horror movie tropes to achieve unexpected levels of humor and pathos. The talking dogs in this debut issue win readers over despite the outrageousness of the concept.
Tracing the Journey of the Tesseract within the Marvel Cinematic Universe
Tesseract is one of the most powerful artefacts in the MCU of non-terrestrial origin. This article tries to chart the journey of the Tesseract through the Infinity Saga of the MCU.
10 Independent Comic Books to Watch for in April 2021
Independent comic book publishers will offer hundreds of titles in April. Here are ten that might be worth seeking out!
Man Is Mortal but Art Is Immortal.
Man is mortal but it is his deeds that make him Immortal, an Artist dies but his or her art made alive. Many of them whose work made the world feel their presence. There are two types of men good and bad, good is remembered but the bad one is forgotten and remembered in the worst words.
Captain America: A Subversive Patriot Against State Surveillance
Captain America: The Winter Soldier is probably the most subversive entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and not without cause. The movie was released in 2014 and it taps directly into the political undercurrents of that time. The movie is a nod to whistleblowers, particularly Edward Snowden.
Potential Electro Movie Spikes Interest In Early Spider-Man Comic Book
Rumor has it that Sony is considering a stand-alone movie featuring Electro, one of Spider-Man's earliest enemies. Coupled with the fact that Electro is reportedly appearing in the next Spider-Man movie, the rumor of a stand-alone movie is driving interest in Amazing Spider-Man #9 from 1963.
Big Crimes, Little Cities
Gotham, New York, Metropolis, Wakanda...These are the locations we read about where anything can happen! The BIG STAGE. Master criminals squaring off against powerful protectors in everlasting battles of brain and brawn...but what happens outside of these cities?
Book Review: Scraping the Bone: Ten Dark Tales by William Malmborg
Ten short stories that will make your skin crawl
The story of Koh-i-Noor
Mountains of Koh-I-Noor This will get you even find a mountainous land is for Queen crown where you have to go to the Tower of London is the Kohinoor diamond linked to the previous one hundred years This royal diamond is the adornment of this crown whose value no one can estimate today.
Domu: A Child's Dream by Katsuhiro Otomo - A Manga Review
Before he went on to create Akira, Katsuhiro Otomo craft this short masterful horror/sci-fi experience that will take you to the edge of your seat and leave you breathless.
I Hate MCU Spider-Man or Iron Boy Jr. Part 3: I Hate Not Spider-Man
Activision should be given back the rights to make Spider-Man games and Spider-Verse should not be getting a sequel.
10 Heist Comic Books You Should Read Before You Die
From superpowered thiefs to gritty noir criminals, this is a list of ten heist comic books that is absolutely worth every seconds of your time.
Rocket: The Blue River Score - A Comic Book Review
Rocket Racoon's epic adventure through three consecutive space heist with a planetary prison break in between.
Five New and Old Manga to Check Out
Over time, manga series have risen, fallen, and risen again. However, some old classics have always maintained a devout fanbase and some new volumes have risen to enthusiastic approval. Therefore, I shall endeavor to list five new and old manga that has shown promise thus far.
Five Manga/Manhwa for New Readers
Manga can be enjoyed by virtually anyone, anywhere, at any time. However, the sheer quantity that makes this possible may also seem daunting to a new reader, who is left pondering some thirty-odd subgenres. So, I shall endeavor to break it down into five Manga that best exemplifies their genres.
Sailor Moon-ology: Exploring History and Science With the Sailor Senshi
Join us as we delve into some of the fun lore that helps make up the Sailor Moon Universe! Welcome to part 1!
Hank Ketcham: Creator of the Comic Strip Dennis the Menace
Hank Ketcham is an American cartoonist who created the Dennis the Menace comic strip. It is a light-hearted and fun comic strip about an adventurous 5-year-old boy. The comic strip has been published in over 1,000 newspapers around the world.