Open up a comic book and tell me the first thing you see. It isn't the story or the lettered; those elements of a comic book take time to read, digest, and comprehend. It's not the art, either. You can tell if art is dope or not at a glance, but you can't absorb any details without taking a break and really looking at a page. No, the
War! Huh! Yeah! What is it good for? Dinos eating Nazis! Say it again y'all!
DC is continuing its month long project of printing single revival issues of its classic war comics. This week's release is
The First World War was often referred to, during the time of the war and its immediate aftermath, as "The Great War." Obviously it didn't take on the title of World War I until there was also a World War II. As an interesting side note
The final chapter of Mike Mignola and Duncan Fegredo's Hellboy arc may be concluding beginning with "Hellboy: The Storm" #1, but the "Darkness Calls" and "Wild Hunt" team clearly aren't going out with a whimper. Joined by colorist Dave Stewart, the trio are set to explore what happens when some his
Most of the entertainment that you and I consume on a daily basis is built on the foundation of escapism. And pleasant as it is, there's a danger inherent in such wondrous fantasies. The most common such example follows this path: Extreme overindulgence in fictional worlds leads someone to become disassociated with the real world and their real friends