I am so excited for the Minx Line! Yay DC! Doin' a little something for the ladies (and the open-minded gentlemen). The Minx Line, as you have read in other posts on comicsalliance.com, is a new line coming out from DC that is focuse
I have to admit that I am generally not a Garth Ennis fan. Not that I don't think he can write well, because I do, but more because what he writes tends to be filled with more violence and gore than I can handle. I am member of the video game generation, but apparently I played all the wrong games.
Written by Gail Simone
Art by Neil Googe
Welcome to Tranquility is a title that thus far I have enjoyed immensely. It is about a town, Tranquility, where super heroes and super villains both go to enjoy their retirements. Tranquility is also ho
I cannot say enough good things about the Local series. I am obsessed with it and as it doesn't seem to be running on any sort of schedule it is very frustrating to wait for.
This issue of Local takes us to Wicker Park, Chicago (part of the charm of Local is that each issue takes
The Ghost Rider movie is a pretty fun time. It is certainly not going to win any awards, but it was entertaining and managed to pull together a story about a character that I have never really been all that interested in.
The story was not the greatest thing I have ever seen, but at least the
"The Defenders of Stan" is an Internet show that can be found on channe
The Mighty Skullboy Army is a very fun book. It was created by Jacob Chabot, who writes for "Mad Kids Magazine" and "Nickelodeon Magazine", which I was not aware existed. These influences on his writing are very obvious, as The Might Skullboy Army tells uncomplicated tales
Wormwood Gentleman Corpse is a fun, original and slightly disgusting comic. This fifth issue starts the second story arch of the series written and illustrated by Ben Templesmith. Templesmith is best known for his work illustrating 30