I was encouraged to read about Heroes Union #1 on several levels! Let me tell you why!
Browsing: Ann Nocenti
Dark Horse Comics has announced that The Seeds from Ann Nocenti and David Aja reaches its conclusion in December, 2020.
Ready to celebrate Catwoman’s 80th anniversary? DC Comics has announced the big 100-page spectacular will arrive in April 2020.
How reliable is memory? And what really happened to Betty all those years ago? Find out in the unexpected conclusion to Ruby Falls #4, from Dark Horse Comics!
Lana learns who killed Betty, but why was her body never found? And where is Lana’s grandmother? Find out in Ruby Falls #3!
Nobody is thrilled when Lana starts digging into the past of Ruby Falls, but she just can’t seem to quit. And then her grandmother goes missing. It’s a small town; where could she have gone? Find out in Ruby Falls #2 from Dark Horse Comics.
If there’s anything I love more than a murder mystery, it is an examination of the phenomenon of human memory. How well do these concepts blend together? Find out in Ruby Falls #1 from Dark Horse Comics.
This Fall, Dark Horse Comics is taking us to Ruby Falls for a neo-noir tale of love, memory and murder mysteriously woven through three generations of women.
With the upcoming return of Uncanny X-Men to their roster, the House of Ideas is revisiting the best-loved days of the mutants as part of their Marvel Milestones series.
I’ve got mixed feelings about this.
Welcome to the weekly rundown of comic book reviews from Major Spoilers. There is a lot of stuff on the site, but this is your one-stop post to find all of the comics we’ve reviewed this week.
It’s all gone to hell and the only thing left to do is write up the report on the autopsy and get the heck out of there. The Seeds places a critical lens over where America is today and what it sees isn’t pretty. Join Astra and Lola, as they inhabit the corpse that used to be America in this opening issue of The Seeds.
Dark Horse Comics has revealed art for the upcoming The Seeds #1 from Ann Nocenti and David Aja. The four-issue mini-series kicks off in August 2018.
Berger Books will release four new comics series, each to be later collected as a graphic novel.