There were dark days in America’s past, but through them all the Sangeryes were there. Find out more about this amazing family in Bitter Root: Red Summer Special #1.
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New to her superpowers, Naomi is thrust into the action and portalled to her home world. What will she find there, and just how powerful is she? Find out in Naomi #6!
Naomi finally discovers the secret of who she is, and her life suddenly becomes a lot more complicated. Check out our review of Naomi #5 from DC Comics.
Naomi is young and determined to find out more about who she is – but she may have found more than she bargained for in Naomi #3 from DC Comics.
Can the Sangeryes close the gateway and deal with Dr. Sylvester and his crew of monstrous helpers? Find out in this review of Bitter Root #5 from Image Comics.
The mysteries of Naomi’s adoption deepen, but what does Superman have to do with it all? Your Major Spoilers review of Naomi #2 awaits!
In a battle between fear and despair, can there ever be any winner? Find out in this week’s review of Bitter Root #4 from Image Comics.
Superman fights a villain in Naomi’s hometown – an unheard of event for them, or is it? What aren’t people telling her?
As fear escalates, so does conflict. Tensions rise and things slip out of control in Harlem and in Mississippi – can the Sangeryes hold everything together?
Welcome to 2019! In Episode 363, you’ll hear my terrific conversation with David F. Walker, a comics creator who has worked on Shaft, Luke Care, Nighthawk, Cyborg, and Occupy Avengers, just to name a few!
The root of fiif’no plant can be used to purify the souls of people who become the monstrous Jinoo – or to kill them. Which is the better solution? And who is the mysterious monster who knows the Sangeryes by name?
When hate and evil turn people into the monsters known as Jinoo, the Sangerye family is there – not just to hunt them, but to save them! But there’s a new Jinoo in town – what can this mean for them, and all of us?
BOOM! Studios has released a first look at Planet of the Apes: The Time of Man #1, that highlights the series most dangerous enemy: MAN!
I was going through some news releases, looking for a topic to write this column about, when I discovered a graphic novel that made me wish more of this kind of comic were being made today!
It’s called The Life of Frederick Douglass: A Graphic Narrative of a Slave’s Journey from Bondage to Freedom, and it will be released in January from Ten Speed Press.
It got me to thinking, More historical comics should be made today!