Murphy plans to climb the "Batman mountain," which we assume is what Barbara Gordon did in the animated Killing Joke.
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Sub-Mariner Special #2, Supernatural Thrillers #15, Strange Suspense Stories #59.
You Are Hereby Sentenced to Check Out the Website for David F. Walker and Tim Fielder's Prison City Comic!By Jude Terror in News with Benefits on August 12, 2016
The website for the upcoming comic launched today!
It's that time again, time for DC to beat Marvel in the sales charts as it does once every ten years.
In which we bring quite a few different themes together.
More action from the upcoming Star Wars Story.
On this episode, Spencer and I discuss Arak, Son of Thunder #4, and Green Lantern #61. New episodes of Comic Reflections (usually) appear twice each week, dedicated to talk about the Silver and Bronze Ages!
On this episode, Ben and I have a brief chat about Game of Thrones, season one, episode four: 'Cripples, Bastards, and Broken Things.'
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
Not since the time the X-Men teamed with Clan Destine has so much excitement been centered on one event.
A new animated series on CW Seed, Freedom Fighters: The Ray, is set to debut with a queer lead in 2017.
Plus a new shot of Vixen from 'Legends'.
Anything on paper is as good as dead to Marvel.
The answer is almost definitely yes.
Bits of information including when the show takes place and about the lead character
Waiting to see who is cast as the tailor, soldier, and spy.
On Jedha, Bodhi Rook, K-2SO, and another teaser.
Hickman takes on Wall Street.
Black Manta will be the villain in DC's Aquaman movie.
You have been warned!
So, a knight, a space-jockey and a Phantom walk into a Queen's chamber...
This isn't Mycroft, but he might be Your-croft.
Doesn't it suck when the place where you live is fundamentally altered by wealthy interests?
The Next Edition of Todd Allen's "Economics of Digital Comics" Will Be Called "All the Dead Musicians"By Jude Terror in News with Benefits on August 10, 2016
It's a drastic departure from the previous format, but who are we to argue with a certified comics economist?
Yet another member of the cast is now showing dementia-like effects from his experience on working on the film.
Well… likely not, but what could it mean?
And to be honest, we can't really blame him.
Covers and available pages for Deathstroke: Rebirth #1, Superwoman #1, Wonder Woman #4, Hal Jordan And The GLC #2.
It seems like an odd choice, but 90s nostalgia is big right now.
Early versions of Harley Quinn and Killer Croc will eventually appear.