'Ayako' by Osamu Tezuka is a graphic novel that seriously departs from his more famous child-friendly works. The ill deeds of a corrupt family act as a metaphor for Japan's corruption.
Knowledge is power. Super knowledge is superpower. The Marvel Universe has its share of smarty-pants wearing heroes and villains. Here I list many of the big brains of the MU.
While this article is in no way, shape, or form intended for body shaming, there are characters within the Marvel Universe who are morbidly obese. For them, their size defines them.
Over the last fifty years, Marvel Comics has amassed some pretty powerful villains - and villains are people you should be worried about. However, the term "villain" and "threat" are not necessarily synonymous. Should you see any of these characters within the plot, you should be a little worried for the hero or team.
It's Superman by Tom De Haven takes the popular character back to his roots, but does so in way that's more in keeping with modern versions of Superman rather than with his comic book origins.
People start reading comic books and graphic novels for a variety of reasons. The one common denominator I've found is that they rarely begin without someone introducing them to the medium. In recent years, I've taken the role of indoctrinating many people to this fantastic medium.
Dick Grayson as Batman must solve a mysterious murder and also must investigate a man known as "the Dealer". Is Scott Snyder's graphic novel worth your time and money?
One of the reasons why we have great comic books today is because of men like William Gaines and the editors of Marvel Comics. This is the story of how monsters saved comic books from real monsters.
The Marvel Universe, while being quite progressive to the plight of the Native American, still has a good amount of ridiculous stereotypes that don't belong in any kind of publication.
A chronological guide to Spider-man comics for new readers and/or fans of The Amazing Spider-man movies.
Due to the premise of DC’s 52, Earth appears to be the keystone which keeps the DC Multiverse together. So, luckily, we always get a front row seat to the menace du jour. And we speak of menaces and threats to this universe. Some enemies were old favorites and were easy to see. Some required a bit of research and personal recollection and analysis.
Let's face it, when starting a collection, for anything really, it can be daunting. As it stands now, the average comic store carries hundreds of titles. And that's just trying to figure out what to buy. Let me help you with all of your comic care needs.
This list curates the manga/manhwa like Tales of Demons and Gods. So, if you like stories involving any of the following; demons, gods, spirits, or reincarnations, then these are for you.
Liking the game-world/other-dimension theme in Re:Monster? Then here are the manga like Re:Monster for you to read and venture into!
Enjoy the delicate and complex mixture of school life, romance, and love as you read and indulge yourself into the manga like Ao Haru Ride (Blue Spring Ride).