Comics lost one of its most celebrated creators on this day two years ago, and with that in mind, I wanted to remember Mike Wieringo for his contributions to the medium and their impact on my reading habits over the years
In the wake of Marvel Comics' acquisition of Marvelman (better known as Miracleman to American readers), the greater fan discussion has been principally rooted in issues such as the legal and commercial impact the character could have on comics' current landscape. Basically, a lot of fans want to make sure one of their favorite characters doesn't suck just becaus
Between the recent release of "Ghostbusters: The Video Game" and re-release of the original "Ghostbusters" films on Blu-ray, fans of the 25-year-old franchise are feasting on a rare bounty of well-timed nostalgia. But with the initial buzz starting to wean as viewers relive their youth and players complete a new title, it's a good time to start digging in for the long, da
When it comes to color-coded manifestations of emotional power, Green Lantern Hal Jordan is one conflicted cat. Where it used to be a simple battle between the green might of willpower vs. the yellow power of fear, Geoff Johns' "Darkest Night" storyline has established a multi-hued collection of corps, all vying for Jordan's membership
Libraries are underrated. For all they offer comics readers, they're rarely a part of the wider comics conversation. Read on to discover why, if you've been reluctant to check out graphic novels from your local library, you are probably a jerk who needs to turn your life around with the love of a good comic
Steve Rogers, the original Captain America, was gunned down and tossed into the cold, black ocean more than a year ago, leaving his angsty former sidekick Bucky to pick up the slack. Now, as speculation runs wild that the much-hyped
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