Before Secret Empire officially arrives, Marvel wants you to check out three lead-in issues that helps set up the great conflict.
One of the few things I dislike about DC’s Rebirth is that it’s tough to sometimes know which issue is which Matthew Peterson has already reviewed Batwoman Rebirth #1, so that may make this issue “Rebirth Batwoman #1.” Augh! No matter what you call it, it’s good to have Kate Kane back in the black and red.
Marvel Comics released the variant covers for the Secret Empire event that kicks off in May. Some will be familiar to you, while others are still shrouded in mystery.
If you aren’t tired of major crossover property events, Marvel has you covered with Secret Empire, coming our way in April 2017.
…though considering the name drop that happened in the real world today, the “secret empire” seems a bit on the nose. What does Captain America have for in store for us? via Marvel
Ready to visit the front lines of the comics industry? In this week’s episode, #263, I talk with Dave Romeo, the owner and operator of Comics on the Green, a high-power comics shop that’s been a standard setter for the industry since he opened it over two decades ago! Dave understands both the business and fan aspects of comics, so we talk about everything from how 2016 went in his shop to what he envisions taking place in 2017. We discuss comics companies including Marvel, DC, Image and AfterShock, as well as the impact of comics-related moves and TV shows
HAIL HYDRA! So says Steve Rogers and the the cosmic cube. “WHAAAAA!?” you scream. “Say it isn’t so, Steve Rogers!” Settle down and take the jump to watch the trailer that gets you caught up on most of what is happening in Captain America: Steve Rogers.
It’s a brand new year, this 2017, and while I’m not much for resolutions, I do want to look ahead to things I want to see happen in the 12 months ahead! See if you have similar goals in mind! Together, we can make the comic book industry a better place, I feel!
IT’S A CHRISTMAS MIRACLE! Rand is back to share his fond memories of decades of comic collecting and reading in this month’s Random Access Memory. Author’s Note: Random Access Memory is me looking back at the specific comics that shaped my life. Each month I go back in time – in five year intervals – to examine key comics that came out those months. (The idea is that after five years of monthly columns, I will have covered an entire lifetime – in this case, fifty years – of reading comics.) I also list all the comics I read that