To say that DC Comics has galvanized their fanbase with "Blackest Night" is like saying that "Thriller" had a couple of hit songs. The Geoff Johns/Ivan Reis spacefaring zombie superhero epic -- whose final issue hits on Wednesday -- has been a gigantic success for the publisher on almost every conceivable level, selling comics, trinkets, action figures, t-shirts and convention tickets. But why "B
ComicsAlliance reviews the biggest, best, and most interesting comics that hit the shelves this week. SPOILERS FOLLOW.
SO. SPACE. HOW WAS THAT. NICE? IT SOUNDS NICE -- Uncanny X-Men 522
Sure, riding inside a giant bullet speeding through the depths of space at a pace approaching the speed of light seems like it would be fun. But the sound of your own voice yelling "Wheeeeeeeeee!!" gets boring
Over the past few years of "Green Lantern" and "Blackest Night," the DC Universe has expanded its roster of ring-slingers fueled by emotions (including, curiously enough, "Death"), and left comics fans wondering just where they fit in
ComicsAlliance reviews the biggest, best, and most interesting comics that hit the shelves this week.
SAVING MY REMAINING AC-DC PUNS FOR THE LAST ISSUE - Blackest Night 7
"Blackest Night"'s main title book is back after taking the month of January off, possibly in the hopes that we'd forget how it claimed that every single character resurrection that's ever occurred in the DC Universe was all part of Nekron's masterful years-long plan. Still no further elaboration on that statement h
In a move that can only be described as requiring significant cojones, Marvel announced yesterday that they would be offering a special variant edition of "Siege" #3 to comic book retailers -- in exchange for 50 stripped covers from DC's recent "Blackest Night" tie-ins. For tho
I'VE BEEN TOO LONG, I'M GLAD TO BE BACK - Blackest Night: Wonder Woman 2 and Suicide Squad 67
A new year is upon us, 2010 is here, what better time to leave the trappings of 2009 behind us and forge a bold new path, taking us to on adventures unlike any we have seen before. So with that in mind, here'