February is coming and with it the long awaited film Black Panther, but many geeks and non-geeks alike may be wondering who is the Black Panther? Well, if you don’t know the answer to that question then Reginald Hudlin and John Romita‘s comic published in 2005 is where you want to start! Hudlin is an award winning filmmaker, director, producer and writer. He produced Django: … Continue reading GM Recommended Reading: Who is the Black Panther?
Today marks Jack Kirby’s 100th birthday! For those of you who don’t know, he is the creator and original artist for hundreds of our favorite DC and Marvel super heroes and villains! From Captain America to Darkseid, Jack Kirby brought to life the characters and stories that undoubtedly shaped our own childhood imagination and dreams. From his creative story telling to his artistic vision and … Continue reading Happy Birthday To The King of Comics
Today is the official first day of Comic Con 2017! To fully prepare you for the adventure waiting ahead, we have set up a guide to ensure your survival and enjoyment during this epic experience! (For the full pdf click here). The Basics The following are the basic steps to prepare you for your journey. Make Your Schedule If you haven’t planned out what panels … Continue reading The Comic-Con Survival Guide
If you’re looking for blood and gore in a dystopian world where heroes have failed and evil prevails, then Old Man Logan is the comic for you. Written by Mark Miller (who brought you Civil War) and illustrated by Steve McNiven (who currently draws the new Secret Empire Series), the Old Man Logan series, published in 2009, is a western style tale filled with moloids, dinosaurs, revenge, and a … Continue reading GM Recommended Reading: Old Man Logan
The Wonder Woman characters you know and love are now starring in one of DC’s newest issues! Wonder Woman: Steve Trevor #1, written by Tim Seely and illustrated by Christian Duce Fernandez, provides more action and adventure, not just for Diana, but for Steve and his friends who are anything but ordinary. If you enjoyed him and his gang’s antics on the big screen, you’ll … Continue reading Wonder Woman: Steve Trevor #1 Review
Mystery, drama, action, romance and so much more! The Identity Crisis series, written by Brad Meltzer and illustrated by Rags Morales, is the perfect match for all you comic book junkies and superhero fans. The series was originally published in 2004 from June to December in 7 issues and became one of DC’s top selling comics that year. Not only do you get a carefully … Continue reading GM Recommended Reading: Identity Crisis
If you’re like me, you might not have had a single clue of Batman: The Killing Joke’s existence until its animated adaptation appeared recently on HBO Now. (Hey, better late than never right?) Coincidentally enough, the day after I saw the movie, I saw the graphic novel on sale at Target and it was definitely worth the buy! Why It’s a Must Read You all know … Continue reading Why You Should Read Batman: The Killing Joke (20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition)