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Chris Campana Draws Us Back Into First World

Chris Campana Draws Us Back Into First World

May 29th, 2017 | by Linda Marie

Artist Chris Campana made an appearance last weekend at famed comic book store, Jay and Silent Bob’s Secret Stash (The Stash) located in Red Bank, New Jersey. While The Stash is best known as the setting for AMC’s hit TV show Comic Book Men, it was...

Review: Action Comics #980

Review: Action Comics #980

May 28th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Action Comics #980, the sole Superbook to hit the stands last Wednesday, saw the continuation of the Revenge story arc by writer Dan Jurgens and artist Patch Zircher. The Superman Revenge Squad undertook to add a final antagonist to its nefarious roster in the latest...

Review: Victor LaValle’s Destroyer #1

Review: Victor LaValle’s Destroyer #1

May 27th, 2017 | by Darryll Robson

Mary Shelley’s ‘Frankenstein’ is a classic, world renowned novel that has been adapted time and time again. There are the straight forward adaptions of the story but just as many reworking’s, re-writings and thematic sequels.   In 2015, Image Comics put out Jamies S Rich and...

Review: Saucer State #1

Review: Saucer State #1

May 27th, 2017 | by Darryll Robson

Saucer Country is back. It is now called Saucer State and is published by IDW Publishing but Paul Cornell is still writing and Ryan Kelly is still illustrating and all of the cast are back to spread intrigue and conspiracies. In a time of unbelievable...

Review: Superman #23

Review: Superman #23

May 24th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Superman #23 brought the Black Dawn story arc to a stunning climax with outsized action, harrowing plot developments, and an enormous revelation. Penciller Doug Mahnke spearheaded the artistic effort in this tale told by Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason. ComiConverse contributor T. Kyle King...

Review: Trinity #9

Review: Trinity #9

May 22nd, 2017 | by Kyle King

Trinity #9 saw the start of a new story arc for the titular trio, as well as the return of Francis Manapul to the authorial and artistic duties. The opening installment of Dead Space took the series in a distinctly differently direction, and ComiConverse contributor...

Review: Batman 23

Review: Batman 23

May 22nd, 2017 | by Abel Loza

Batman #23 is the first issue after the “I am Bane” storyline and the first after “The Button” crossover and Tom King takes a break from a major storyline to give us a single issue short story. In Batman #23, King pairs up two of...

Review: Super Sons #4

Review: Super Sons #4

May 21st, 2017 | by Kyle King

Super Sons #4 concluded the opening arc of this charming series starring Jonathan (Superboy) Kent and Damian (Robin) Wayne. The winning combination of writer Peter J. Tomasi and artist Jorge Jimenez came together once more to produce Son Day, Bloody Son Day! ComiConverse contributor and...

Review: Supergirl #9

Review: Supergirl #9

May 21st, 2017 | by Kyle King

Supergirl #9, one of four Superbooks that began new story arcs last Wednesday, brought Batgirl to National City for a tale authored by Steve Orlando and drawn by Brian Ching. Escape from the Phantom Zone — Part One got the next chapter in the adventures...

Review: New Super-Man #11

Review: New Super-Man #11

May 14th, 2017 | by Kyle King

New Super-Man #11 was one of several Superbooks that began new story arcs last Wednesday. Writer Gene Luen Yang was joined by penciller Billy Tan for the opening chapter of The Zero Ultimatum. ComiConverse contributor T. Kyle King, who covers every DC Comics hero whose...

Review: Superwoman #10

Review: Superwoman #10

May 13th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Superwoman #10 began taking Lana Lang in a new direction. With both the ghostly Lois Lane and the heroine’s metahuman powers gone, the Smallville scientist must chart a new course in Rediscovery — Part One. ComiConverse’s Kryptonian correspondent, T. Kyle King, offers his thoughts on...

Review: Action Comics #979

Review: Action Comics #979

May 13th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Action Comics #979 shifted gears for the Man of Steel, moving past the aftermath of Superman: Reborn and getting the new Revenge story arc underway with an issue written by Dan Jurgens and drawn by Patch Zircher. ComiConverse contributor T. Kyle King offers his review...

Review: Superman #22

Review: Superman #22

May 6th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Superman #22 continued the Black Dawn story arc while nevertheless shifting gears slightly. Lois Lane took center stage for an installment authored by Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason, to which Doug Mahnke contributed the artwork. ComiConverse contributor T. Kyle King is here to review...

Gift Revolver #3: When Hip-Hop And Comics Collide

Gift Revolver #3: When Hip-Hop And Comics Collide

April 30th, 2017 | by Sammy Rendon

Issue #3 marks the third release of the independent comic book Gift Revolver. Where this lands as a unique title is that the creators of the book are brothers.  It’s Adrian Gutierrez  who draws and letters the comics and Steve Guitterez writes up the script.  Adrian is also...

Review: Supergirl: Being Super #3

Review: Supergirl: Being Super #3

April 30th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Supergirl: Being Super #3, the latest edition of the four-part prestige-format miniseries by writer Mariko Tamaki and artist Joelle Jones, recently was released. The third chapter — titled Who Are You? — follows Midvale high school student Kara Danvers through the somber aftermath of the...

Review: Action Comics #978
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Review: Action Comics #978

April 29th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Action Comics #978 continued Kal-El’s journey through his own past in the wake of Superman: Reborn. Writer Dan Jurgens teamed up with artist Ian Churchill for The New World — Part 2. Expert contributor T. Kyle King, who covers all things Kryptonian for ComiConverse, is...

Review: Guardians of the Galaxy: Dream On #1

Review: Guardians of the Galaxy: Dream On #1

April 23rd, 2017 | by Mitch Nissen

Marvel is once again loading up on their Guardians of the Galaxy library in anticipation of the highly anticipated forthcoming film.  Guardians of the Galaxy: Dream On #1 may be one of the most satisfying Guardians books since Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning’s seminal run....

Review: Superman #21

Review: Superman #21

April 23rd, 2017 | by Kyle King

Superman #21 continued the Black Dawn story arc guest-starring Batman and Robin alongside Superman and Superboy. Patrick Gleason provided the pencils and shared the story credit with co-author Peter J. Tomasi. Expert contributor T. Kyle King, who covers all things Kryptonian for ComiConverse, brings you...

Review: Super Sons #3

Review: Super Sons #3

April 22nd, 2017 | by Kyle King

Super Sons #3 provided a brief break from the Superman: Reborn aftermath stories weaving their way through DC Comics’ Superbooks. Instead, readers were presented with the third installment of the series’ introductory When I Grow Up… arc, authored by Peter J. Tomasi with artwork by...

Review: Trinity #8

Review: Trinity #8

April 22nd, 2017 | by Kyle King

Trinity #8, featuring a script by Cullen Bunn and pencils by Emanuela Lupacchino, tied the team title into DC Comics’ ongoing examination of the aftereffects of Superman: Reborn. The Metropolis Marvel confides in the Amazing Amazon and the Caped Crusader at the Fortress of Solitude...

Review: Batman 21

Review: Batman 21

April 21st, 2017 | by Abel Loza

Batman and the Flash, two of DC best known heroes and best detectives, are teaming up to finally try to figure out the mystery of the bloody smiley button. We are finally going to get some answers to some questions we have all been wanted...

Review: Superwoman #9

Review: Superwoman #9

April 21st, 2017 | by Kyle King

Superwoman #9 represented a change of direction for the series, as K. Perkins took over the writing duties, Stephen Segovia began handing the pencilling chores, and the impact of Superman: Reborn began to be felt in a tale titled Steel Resolve. ComiConverse’s Kryptonian correspondent, T....

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