This week we’re looking at some books you might be interested in if you happen to enjoy CW’s “Arrowverse”.
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It’s that time for another edition of “So You Want To Read Comics” where we look at different properties, genres, and topics and suggest comics for fans of them. This week we’re taking on the big one, The Marvel Cinematic Universe, or MCU if you’re pressed for time.
It’s time for another installment of “So You Want To Read Comics”, the weekly feature that offers easy ways to get into comic books.
This week we’re continuing our look at the comics that may appeal to fans of the crime genre.
This week, I’m looking at comics that have similarities with crime stories from the 1930s through the 1950s.
When deciding on these recommendations I wanted to spotlight comics that embodied elements of music that exist separate from specific musicians.
It’s difficult to explain why Shakespeare’s writing has stood the test of time, but if you want to get into comics, and love The Bard, there are a number of comics that fit the bill.
What follows are my suggestions for comic books that exemplify some of the best parts of classic movies or simply that Old Hollywood feel.
It’s been a long time since I sat down to watch a soap opera, but that’s because I found something else to fill that void, comic books.
Let’s be honest here, (at the risk of seriously dating this article) a lot of people are stuck at home right now. This is especially true for teenagers. The natural tendency is to fall back into familiar pastimes, but this situation we’ve all found ourselves in gives an opportunity to branch out and check out things not considered before. What I’m saying is: teenagers should read some comics.
Welcome to “So You Want To Read Comics” a helpful guide to introduce you to…