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Review: "Cosmic Odyssey"

Jim Starlin and Mike Mignola team up for a four-part saga in the vein of Starlin's cosmic epics for Marvel, a story that never delves deep into its own planet-protecting potential.


Review: "Legends"

John Ostrander, Len Wein, and John Byrne attempt to create a parable of sorts based on DC's greatest heroes, unfortunately coming up short in deriving meaning from their post-Crisis narrative.


The 21 Best Martial Arts Manhwa (Webtoons) You Must Read

Looking for the best martial arts manhwa and webtoons to binge read? Here's your perfect dose.


The 20 Best Korean Romance Manhwa (Webtoons) to Binge Read

Running out of cute romance manhwa to read? Here’s my recommended list of the best romantic manhwas and webtoons to binge read.


"Demon Slayer" Matchup: Zenitsu Versus Inosuke

The yellow-haired boy or the boar, which one of Tanjiro’s besties wins?


Review: "Shazam!: Origins"

Geoff Johns and Gary Frank reintroduce the Big Red Cheese to the New 52 universe in a story many movie fans may find familiar and entertaining.


What Everyone Forgets About "Codename Sailor V"

Without "Codename Sailor V," there would have been no "Sailor Moon"! But beyond that, this 1991–97 manga is essential if you want to understand Minako Aino.


Review: "Superman for All Seasons"

Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale shape the early days of Superman in this series, showcasing how a boy from Smallville grows not only into a Man of Steel but into a decent man, with the help of his friends and family.


Review: "Superman: Red Son"

Mark Millar's take on this Soviet Superman introduces a world freed from the constraints of continuity, reimagining several fan-favorite characters in creative, clever ways and crafting engaging commentary on real-world superpowers.


8 Instances When Comic Books Were Inspired by Classic Literature

Comic books often end up overlooked as examples of serious storytelling. Yet a lot of the stories that make it to those colourful pages draw their inspiration from the world's most esteemed pieces of prose. So here are a few examples of the connection between these grand worlds of fiction.


Top 10 Strongest Marvel Gods

Explore the most powerful deities throughout the Marvel multiverse!


Sabito and Makomo Banpresto Figures Review

Should or shouldn’t you buy these vinyl representations of our favorite deceased duo?


The First Appearance of Venom

When was the first appearance of Venom? Discover which comic contains his first appearance, and learn more about the creation of this fan-favorite symbiote right here, right now. Venom forever!


Top 10 "Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba" Characters

Read this article if you like characters with sob stories or humanly impossible levels of willpower!


Review: "Doomsday Clock"

This "sequel" to Watchmen sees the protagonists and villains of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' classic series collide with the heroes of the DC Universe for a story that tries too hard to live up to its fabled predecessor.


Review: "Superman: Secret Origin"

Geoff Johns and Gary Frank retell Superman's origin in this six-issue limited series, playing it safe by injecting as much fan-service as possible.


Review: "JLA: Year One"

Mark Waid, Brian Augustyn, and Barry Kitson detail the Justice League of America's early days as Green Lantern, the Flash, Aquaman, Black Canary, and Martian Manhunter learn what it means to serve the world as a team in this twelve-issue series.


The Top 10 Sexiest X-Men Characters

This article examines and ranks the 10 sexiest X-Men characters. It provides a brief overview of each lady's background, powers and abilities, personality, and general appearance.


Gwen Stacy From the Spider-Man Comics and Movies

A brief look at Gwen from the Spider-Man comics and movies. From love interest to "fridged" character to the headlining, web-slinging Spider-Gwen to her on-screen counterparts, let's get our fan on.


The Top 10 Sexiest Justice League Characters

This article examines and ranks the 10 sexiest Justice League characters of all time. It provides a brief overview of each lady's personality, background, and general appearance.


First Appearance of the Punisher in Comics

There's no doubt that the Punisher is one of the most controversial Marvel heroes. Discover what comic holds the first appearance of the Punisher, and learn more about the creation of the character.


Review: "Superman: Birthright"

Mark Waid updated Superman's origins with this twelve-issue limited series, proving the hero's viability as an inspiring character in the early 2000s


The First Appearance of Spider-Man and His Lasting Legacy

Which comic holds the first appearance of Spider-Man, and why is the character so popular? Also discover how Spider-Man came about and why he was a hit with comic fans and revolutionized comics forever.


Review: "Green Lantern: Emerald Dawn"

Hal Jordan's start as the Green Lantern of sector 2814 is explored in this limited series, engagingly updating the hero's background, origins, and character for the post-Crisis on Infinite Earths universe


Why Are Some Sailor Moon Fans Reluctant to Accept Kousagi?

Kousagi Tsukino, the second child of Usagi Tsukino and Mamoru Chiba, is adorable and kind. Yet despite having her own fans, some people just can't accept her.


"Demon Slayer": Overview of the Manga's Best Moments

Six years after the manga’s debut, I cover all of the crazy things that happened to our favorite gang of genocidal slayers!


Review: "Superman: For the Man Who Has Everything"

Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' famed annual pictures a Superman who's found his deepest dream, debating the merits of wish fulfillment and drawing out the core of who the Kryptonian hero really is.


Review: "Superman: Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow?"

Alan Moore and Curt Swan's classic two-parter tells a potential "last Superman story" that encapsulates many of the reasons why readers enjoy the Man of Steel so much


From Comics to the Ms. Marvel Disney Plus Show

If you love the character of Kamala Khan and are wondering which comics to read up on before or after the Ms. Marvel show debuts on Disney Plus, check out this article.


Movie vs. Comics: "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings"

The Marvel/Disney film "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" is actually based on several comic books. Find out what they are, and see some major differences between the comics and the Shang-Chi film.


Review: "Batman: Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth"

Grant Morrison's grim graphic novel adds depth and history to one of the most famous locations in Batman history... as well as insight into its colorful inhabitants and the Dark Knight himself.


Review: "The Death of Superman"

In 1992, DC shocked the world by killing their flagship hero. How does the story of the Man of Steel's demise play out thirty years after its initial publication?


Marvel's Kate Bishop in the Comics vs. the "Hawkeye" TV Show

Let's explore some differences in the character of Kate Bishop between the comics and the 2021 Disney+ "Hawkeye" series. Learn about the comics that inspired the hit show starring Hailee Steinfeld and Jeremy Renner.


Most Valuable Marvel Bronze Age Comics

Discover the greatest Marvel Bronze Age key comics based on high-grade sales and values. Some sold for record-breaking prices! Comic investing is a thing and very real. See for yourself.


Review: "Watchmen"

For nearly four decades, Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' comic series has received buckets of praise for its rich narrative and characterization. We'll see how the plot, characters, and details soar in our examination of this epic entry in graphic literature.


Review: "Batman: A Lonely Place of Dying"

In the wake of Jason Todd's death, Batman needed a new Robin. Marv Wolfman introduces Tim Drake in this story arc, creating a new Robin far different from both his predecessors.


The Top 10 Sexiest Batman Characters

This article ranks the 10 sexiest women in the Batman series. It provides a brief overview of each lady's powers, abilities, as well as their overall appearance.


Review: "Batman: A Death in the Family"

Jim Starlin's controversial story arc saw the Joker murder Jason Todd, the second Robin . . . though Batman fans themselves had a hand to play in the young man's untimely demise.


Review: "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns"

Frank Miller's seminal classic reimagines Batman as a retired vigilante pulled back into a world of capes and cowls. Featuring a definitive take on the Caped Crusader, Miller's series inspired generations of readers and writers in a story consistently hailed as the greatest Batman story ever told.


Review: "Fragments of Horror" by Junji Ito

Terror is one of the most primitive human sensations, sometimes difficult to explain, and Junji Ito plays with this ambiguity in his works. "Fragments of Horror" is a unique, personal and different work of the absurd and grotesque.


The Top 10 Sexiest Comic Book Characters

This article ranks the 10 sexiest comic book characters, using both Marvel and DC Comics as the primary source of inspiration. It provides a brief overview of each figure, including a description of their powers, abilities, and general appearance.


10 Things You Need to Know Before Going to Comic-Con

This is advice from my experience of going to the official San Diego Comic-Con several years in a row.


How to Collect Spider-Man’s “Clone” Stories

Spider-Man's history with genetic duplicates isn't just limited to the infamous "Clone Saga" of the '90s. He's experienced quite a few wacky clone stories; here's a list so you can figure out which ones you're interested in (if any) and how you can read them.


4 Eternals Stories to Read Before You See Their Marvel Cinematic Universe Debut

The Eternals are coming to the big screen as the Marvel Cinematic Universe's 26th film and an important stepping stone in the movie mogul's Phase 4. Right now is the perfect time to dive into their comic book basis and uncover some of the team's history


Review: "Superman: The Man of Steel"

John Byrne's seminal limited series updated Superman's origin for an entire generation. How does Byrne give the timeless tale of an earth-sent orphan from Krypton a facelift for the 1980s?


Review: "Batman: Year One"

Frank Miller's post-Crisis take on Batman's origins remains one of the best renditions of the Dark Knight's early days of crimefighting


Review: "Crisis on Infinite Earths"

Marv Wolfman and George Perez's classic saga saw worlds collide and universes decimated, but how do characters express their humanity and heroics amidst all the chaos and carnage?


"Spy × Family" Review: De × Lightful

"Spy × Family" by Endou Tatsuya follows a makeshift family made up of a spy, an assassin, and an esper who don't know each other's secret. Interesting concept, but is it actually worth your time?


"Uzumaki" by Junji Ito: Review

"Uzumaki" by Junji Ito is not only one of the best horror manga ever, but it is also one of the best examples of body horror in any medium.


9 DC Universe Superheroes With "Star" in Their Name

You can't throw a stone in the DC Universe without hitting someone with "star" in their name: Starman, Star Girl, Star Boy, the Star-Spangled Kid—there are so many. Here is what they're all about.