Andrea Di Vito

Best Bets: Comixology's 'Dungeons & Dragons' Sale
Best Bets: Comixology's 'Dungeons & Dragons' Sale
I think we can all agree that the best comics are cheap comics, which is why I always keep an eye on Comixology's sales page to see if there are any good deals to be had. This week, they've announced a pretty big sale on IDW's Dungeons & Dragons comics, including all three collections of John Rogers and Andrea Di Vito's run from 2011 for five bucks each, and seriously? If you don't already have them, you need to get those immediately. Dungeons & Dragons wasn't just a great licensed comic and it wasn't just a great fantasy comic, it was legitimately one of the best comics on the stands, period, and a pretty stellar example of the increasingly popular "group of adventurers inadvertently cause everything around them to explode in increasingly terrible ways" genre.
Marvel Launching New 'Legendary Star-Lord' Series In July
Marvel Launching New 'Legendary Star-Lord' Series In July
We've already heard about the new Skottie Young Rocket Raccoon series coming this July, but it's not the only Guardians of the Galaxy solo title that will be hitting shelves that month. Marvel has announced the first issue of a new Legendary Star-Lord series, which will also be coming in July, just in time for the Guardians of the Galaxy movie. The new series will be written by Sam Humphries (Aven
IDW’s ‘Dungeons & Dragons’ Will Make You Save Versus Awesome
IDW’s ‘Dungeons & Dragons’ Will Make You Save Versus Awesome
Considering how much their target markets overlap, you'd think that comics based on Dungeons & Dragons would go together like peanut butter and chocolate, but historically, they've gone together more like... well, whatever two things you'd have to combine to get generic fantasy stories that were often more concerned with depicting rules and campaign settings than telling a solid story. De...
‘Assassin’s Creed: The Fall’ #1 & ‘Dungeons and Dragons’ #1: No, Really, They’re Pretty Good
‘Assassin’s Creed: The Fall’ #1 & ‘Dungeons and Dragons’ #1: No, Really, They’re Pretty Good
I always approach tie-in comics with an element of suspicion. Even when the comic in question is connected to an existing fictional universe that was designed as a story first and foremost, and has pre-existing, likable characters -- something like Farscape or Doctor Who or Metalocalypse or Fraggle Rock -- I'm not initially hopeful that it will to live up to the source material, often out fear tha