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The Best Stories From The 'Adventures of Superman' Anthology
With the wrap-up of writer Joe Keatinge's multi-artist "Strange Visitor" epic in Adventures of Superman last week, the series is nearing a full year of weekly, digital Superman stories. It's easily been the best, most daring Superman title DC Comics has been publishing in 2013 and 2014 (and not just because Superman gets to wear his real costume in it). Edited by Alex Antone,  Adventures
Awesome Infographic Untangles 'Phonogram: The Singles Club'
Writer Kieron Gillen, artist Jamie McKelvie and colorist/my nemesis Matthew Wilson have a third volume of their hit image series about music, magic and demons series Phonogram coming later this year, but what if you're still trying to make sense of the second volume, The Singles Club? The comic-book analysts at Atoll Comics have you covered. Their first of three infographics about the series lays
‘Planet of the Apes: Cataclysm’ Covers by Noto, Hardman and Quinones [Art]
The latest from BOOM! Studios' well regarded Planet of the Apes comic book franchise, Cataclysm is the publisher's first ongoing series set in the world where apes rule and mankind is hunted and enslaved. Set just a few years before the events of the original 1968 film, Cataclysm is written by Gabriel Hardman and Corinna Bechko, whose work on the previous Planet of the Apes titles Betrayal and Exi
Gillen & McKelvie’s ‘Phonogram: The Singles Club’ Available Digitally
In advance of the Image Comics series' much anticipated return later this year, Phonogram: The Singles Club has finally manifested on the mighty comiXology digital comic book service. The sequel to the Britpop-inspired, black-and-white indie opus Rue Britannia, Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie's full-colo(u)r Singles Club delved further into the series' urban fantasy premise that music is magic, w
‘Wonder Woman’ Goes Clubbing in Issue #4 [Preview]
On sale now in comics shops everywhere and in the DC Comics digital store is Wonder Woman #4, concluding the new series' inaugural storyline. Written by Brian Azzarello and drawn by Cliff Chiang with colors by Matthew Wilson, the book has been a critical standout of DC's ambitious and commercially successful New 52 initiative, reimagining Wonder Woman as the warrior daughter of the Amazon Hippolyt
Invincible Iron Man #500 – Forever Resilient [Review]
Iron Man recently celebrated its 500th issue with an extra-length story that serves as a great single story, a remarkable character study of Tony Stark that returns to a common theme of Iron Man's adventures: Stark's fear of the technology he creates falling into the wrong hands and doing more harm than good...
Preview: ‘Thor: The Mighty Avenger’ #1 [Exclusive]
As much as I liked Chris Samnee's art on "Siege: Embedded," I couldn't help but long for a little more Thor from his fingertips (with such a rad Volstagg, how could I not?). Thanks to the all-new "Thor: The Mighty Avenger" series written by Roger Langridge, my wish has come abundantly true beginning with the series' first issue on July 8...