In the Swords of Sorrow series, Gail Simone is teaming up a lot of the ladies from classic pulp literature. She’s joked that it’s the ‘women who don’t wear much’ series, which she hadn’t realized until she started seeing concept art. In addition to the main series, there are several spin off series, with a…
All good things must come to an end. Sadly, this includes the various Legenderry series. I’m hoping more of them come along soon. Vampirella’s story ends here in a well-executed fashion, with the door left open for more stories down the road.
Avengers: Age of Ultron merchandise seems to be lacking full inclusion of one of their only female members, and that has caused an outcry across the internet, with some calling such actions a disturbing message to our youth… but is it really that big of a deal?
The original Roy Harper returns to headline this Convergence tie-in, alongside fellow Titans Starfire and Donna Troy, and this longstanding Harper fan is here to break it down for you. (Be warned, many spoilers follow within.)
The last few episodes of Flash and Arrow have seen quite a lot happening for our heroes and villains, alike. With both shows taking a break this week, its time to take a look at everything that has occurred, and what we might expect to see going forward. (Obviously, massive spoilers for both shows follow…
Barry deals with a couple of love sick metahumans, whilst Ollie returns to a city in turmoil, and Laurel finally finds her place. (As per usual, spoilers for “Crazy For You,” “The Nuclear Man,” “Uprising,” and “Canaries” follow within.)
Continuing from last issue, our heroes are trying to shut down a major Imperial weapons factory on Cymoon 1. Naturally, nothing is ever simple for Luke, Han, Leia and company. They have been split up and found more than enough problems to keep everyone busy and then some. Malfunctioning Walkers are bad enough, but when a certain Sith Lord comes calling, you know it’s not going to make anything better.
I have been loving the Thor book since Jason Aaron started writing Thor: God of Thunder. He truly has a great feel for adventures worthy of a Thunder God. I had my doubts when the new female Thor was announced. Very few of them remain. The new Thor, whoever she is, keeps proving herself, and doing so really well. This issue, she not only needs to deal with Maleketh and Dagger the Minotaur, but the original Thor comes by, and he wants his hammer back.
The Pied Piper plays Barry, and Brick takes on the city, while Ollie continues to recover in this week’s Flash and Arrow. (Be warned, many spoilers for “The Sound and the Fury” and “Midnight City” follow within.)
When I think of licensed comics, I tend to think of Dynamite Comics. They do a lot of really nice work with some properties I really enjoy. IDW has a fair amount also, and this month they continue the adventures of GalaxyQuest, a great sci fi comedy movie that starred Tim Allen Sigourney Weaver, and Alan Rickman among others. I loved that movie so, when I saw the comic, I picked it up without even flipping through it, which is rare for me.