Things aren’t quite right with this week’s “So You Want To Read Comics”. This is our weekly feature where we take a look at a single topic or genre then give you two comic book recommendations, perfect for new readers, based on that topic or genre. This week we’re taking a look at Alternate History.
Browsing: Warren Ellis
Are you ready for the Moon Knight series? Want to go a little deeper? Ashley V. Robinson has a recommendation to get you up to speed ahead of the Disney+ release.
The final issue of The Batman’s Grave arrives in stores today, and we have a sneak peek of the issue, after the jump.
Scorn’s plan is revealed in The Batman’s Grave #11 from DC Comics.
What makes this 10th issue of The Batman’s Grave from DC Comics stand out is a confrontation between Alfred and Batman over guns. That sequence alone is worth the entire series!
The Batman knows who his enemy is. He just doesn’t know where the enemy is in today’s The Batman’s Grave #10 from DC Comics.
The Batman knows his enemy. He knows what his enemy wants. Do you want to find out what Batman knows? Take the jump for a sneak peek of The Batman’s Grave #9 from DC Comics.
This was never about just a few strange murders… it was always about you taking the jump to check out this sneak peek of Batman’s Grave #8 from DC Comics.
There is a lunatic on the loose? Take the jump for a look at The Batman’s Grave #7 from DC Comics. The issue is available this week.
Rand Bellavia is back to share his fond memories of decades of comic collecting and reading in this month’s Random Access Memory.
Trees returns from creators Jason Howard and Warren Ellis in September, and Image Comics has shared a first look at the issue.
DC Comics has announced The Batman’s Grave, a new twelve-issue maxi-series, from Warren Ellis and Bryan Hitch, that features the World’s Greatest Detective inhabiting the mind of a murder victim, without filling the empty grave next to his parents.
DC Comics has announced a new Wildcats series is on the way from Warren Ellis and Ramon Villalobos. The six-issue mini-series is expected to launch in August.
Chained naked in cell #592, Michael Blackburn launches an audacious escape attempt as he strives to understand how this off-world colony came to be. Join him as punches his way through this gritty dystopia in Cemetery Beach #1 from Image Comics.