The rumors continue to fly that DC is going to revive the Vertigo imprint, possibly in 2025.
Look at the time, on your melting clocks, it’s time for “So You Want To Read Comics”, a weekly feature, where we take a look at a single topic and then offer you a pair of comic book recommendations that is new reader friendly, based on that topic. This week, we’re taking a look at the world of Surrealism.
Don’t take pills from strangers, but do check out “So You Want To Read Comics”, a weekly feature where we take a look at a topic, then offer a pair of comic book recommendations for new readers, based on that topic. This week, we’re taking a look at the sci-fi classic, The Matrix.
It’s time to go full-steam ahead with “So You Want To Read Comics”, our weekly feature where we focus on one topic, then offer comic recommendations for new readers based on that topic. This week we’re taking a look at the genre and world of steampunk.
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Recently, DC announced that they are going to be offering what is called “a new pop-up line of horror comics to be curated by Joe Hill.” They’ll be called Hill House Comics.
The final battle is upon us and the Tall Poppies have nothing but bad options before them. Your Major Spoilers review of Goddess Mode #6 awaits!
DC Vertigo has announced it is releasing Six Days: The Incredible Story of D-Day’s Lost Chapter, on May 14th, 2019, just ahead of the 75th anniversary of the Normandy Landing invasion of France.
Find out about the dystopian cyberpunk future that is HIGH LEVEL #1, on shelves now from DC Comics and Vertigo!
Turns out there ARE ghosts, in all the machines. But whose job is it to fight them? Your Major Spoilers review of Goddess Mode #2 awaits!
If you are looking for an easy way to read a selection of comics without paying a ton of money each week, comiXology Unlimited has grown quite a bit over the years to include indie comics, Marvel, and now DC Comics.
Tensions are rising at the U.S. – Mexico border, but Santa Muerte is driving Blake to open the border between our world and that of Mictlantecutli. What could possibly go wrong?