J. Michael Straczynski and Ben Templesmith give us a hard-luck sinner on the hard road to redemption.
Dark Horse’s “Dream Thief” and Image Comics’ “The Dream Merchant” dropped this week. Let’s talk about ‘em!
Malcolm executes his plan for the Glades, forcing Oliver to recruit an unexpected ally as Moira comes clean with the city.
Brandon Thomas succeeds in deepening the Voltron mythos for a story adults can really enjoy.
What exactly did Howard and Maria Stark do to Tony before he was born? It involves a Vegas heist.
Brian Michael Bendis’ altering-reality story continues its journey off the rails.
The official graphic novel prequel to “Star Trek: Into Darkness” brings the Klingons into the picture.
Superhuman Nazis aren’t a new thing, but the Iron Man writer’s take on them sure feels different.
The Superior Spider-Man’s attempt to spring the Chameleon turn out to be a grave mistake.
These may not be the agents in the upcoming TV show, but this is how that show would look in the original Marvel universe.
Shang-Chi and the Avengers try to be casino-slick to dig up information about the new A.I.M. madness.
Clayface has framed Bruce Wayne for some serious crimes in an attempt to get at Batman.
The latest development in the comic series is that there is no development. This one’s all filler.
The new team deals with trust issues, skullduggery and Green Arrow’s need to belong.
Ollie Queen has a final throwdown with Komodo, the man who’s been making his life hell.
David Haller makes a deal with a personal demon, leading him toward ending his life as a mutant.
The fight against Wotan brings the alterna-JSA together again, this time as a legitimate team.
A solid event series gets cluttered with a brand new alternate time line shoved into the first one.
Hulk has lifted Mjolnir! What madness is this? Incredibly smashy madness!
“Iron Man 3 is actually a mediocre experience.”