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Fan Expo Canada – Artists Alley

Fan Expo Canada – Artists Alley

September 5th, 2015 | by Chris Barnes

If you have ever felt overwhelmed in your day to day life, all you need to do to relieve yourself of that notion is visit an Artists Alley at a comic book convention.  Words that are powerful enough have not been crafted yet to explain...

Review: Superman #43

Review: Superman #43

August 30th, 2015 | by Kyle King

Our Superman Writer Kyle King is back with another superhuman review! We have all the angles covered for you here on ComiConverse! This week, Gene Luen Yang's and John Romita, Jr.'s Superman #43 reached the stands, continuing DC Comics' Truth story arc. The latest issue...

Review: Zodiac Starforce #1

Review: Zodiac Starforce #1

August 26th, 2015 | by Magen Cubed

Zodiac Starforce #1 from Dark Horse Comics is a nostalgic romp into the Magical Girl genre. Plucking inspiration from Sailor Moon, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and 1980s Saturday morning cartoons, writer Kevin Panetta and artist Paulina Ganucheau (with color assists by Savannah Ganucheau) put an...

Review: Planet Hulk #4

Review: Planet Hulk #4

August 26th, 2015 | by Scotty Cook

Planet Hulk is a action-packed part of Battleworld, and we are hear to break down the blow-by-blow for you on ComiConverse! Steve Rogers, viking axes and Devil Dinosaur. Oh my! Summary: Planet Hulk #4 opens with gladiator Steve Rogers as the prisoner of the Tribal...

Review: Bizarro #3

Review: Bizarro #3

August 24th, 2015 | by Kyle King

Heath Corson's and Gustavo Duarte's Bizarro #3 was released last week and the latest chapter of Bizarro's and Jimmy Olsen's zany road trip to Canada was well worth the wait! The previous issue ended with the unlikely duo in a Wild West ghost town, populated...

Fatale: A Slow On The Draw Review

Fatale: A Slow On The Draw Review

August 23rd, 2015 | by Rob Ayers

Have any of you heard of these two guys Ed Brubaker & Sean Phillips, and this thing they do called Fatale? They’re not too shabby! In Praise Of The Authors: Exaggerated opening aside, I love when I see just one of those names on a...

Review: Action Comics #43

Review: Action Comics #43

August 18th, 2015 | by Kyle King

DC Comics’ Truth storyline, which introduces a Superman whose powers have been reduced and whose secret identity has been revealed, continued this week in Greg Pak’s and Aaron Kuder’s Action Comics #43. In Hard Truth - Part Three, a physically battered and emotionally explosive Clark...

Review: Batman #43

Review: Batman #43

August 17th, 2015 | by Chris Barnes

I've been waiting as patiently as possible for the last month to go by so that I could get my hands on the next installment of Batman. It's been an agonizingly long month since Jim Gordon introduced himself to Bruce Wayne at a Rec Center...

Review: A-Force #3

Review: A-Force #3

August 16th, 2015 | by Becca Tyrrell

Marvel's Battleworld is a concept that has comics fans buzzing. Now our Becca Tyrrell ... is here to break down the the action for us with her review of A-Force #3. The section of Battleworld known as Arcadia is under attack, first from a megalodon and...

Review: Broken World #2

Review: Broken World #2

August 16th, 2015 | by Nicholas Bennett

Boom Studios Broken World #2 by Frank J. Barbiere aims to pick up the pieces of its previous blockbuster opening.  The story takes place three months after the “predicted impact.”  In that time the remaining population has begun to adjust to life after (non)death. While...

Review: Justice League: Gods And Monsters – Wonder Woman #1

Review: Justice League: Gods And Monsters – Wonder Woman #1

August 15th, 2015 | by Michael Carter

Justice League: Gods and Monsters - Wonder Woman #1 is a rich and thought-provoking narrative ripped straight from DC Entertainment's newest animated universe --- Justice League: Gods and Monsters. DC Comics writers J.M. DeMatteis and Bruce Timm along with artists Rick Leonardi (pencils), Dan Green...

We ComiConverse With Artist Fernando Ruiz

We ComiConverse With Artist Fernando Ruiz

August 15th, 2015 | by Susan Rook

Artist Fernando Ruiz was perhaps destined to draw Archie.  "Sugar, Sugar" by the Archies was the number one song the day on the day he was born.  But who could possibly envision Archie and the gang from Riverdale getting tangled up with The Predator? That...

Comics: Questioning the Sub-List

Comics: Questioning the Sub-List

August 13th, 2015 | by Michael Carter

Questioning the Sub-List is a segment in which I go through my comic subscriptions to decide what goes, what stays and what I anticipate purchasing based on the newest, monthly solicitations. Comics are expensive nowadays, right? Forever gone are the days when the cover price for...

Indie Comics Review: Sparks

Indie Comics Review: Sparks

August 10th, 2015 | by Chris Barnes

Here at ComiConverse we love reviewing Indie comics. Our Chris Barnes is here to give everyone the lowdown on a cool new book called Sparks. When I stumbled upon a tweet where a writer was looking for someone to review his indie comic, Sparks, I...

Review: The Fiction #2

Review: The Fiction #2

August 6th, 2015 | by ComiConverse

Boom Studios! The Fiction #2, by Curt Pires and drawn by David Rubin, immediately picks up where the first issue left off. Summary: Childhood sweethearts Kassie and Max, have decided to re-enter The Fiction (the term to describe the fantasy world they escaped to in...

Image Comics And The Female Experience

Image Comics And The Female Experience

August 6th, 2015 | by Magen Cubed

Image Comics is home to some of the most compelling female-centred content in comics and our Magen Cubed is here to take a deep dive into their latest offerings. There has been a great deal of discussion in the last few years about the role...

Review: Superman/Wonder Woman #19

Review: Superman/Wonder Woman #19

August 4th, 2015 | by Kyle King

DC Comics’ Truth story arc, in which Superman’s secret identity is revealed to the world, is a tale so big, it takes four titles to tell it. Superman/Wonder Woman takes us through Clark Kent and Princess Diana’s investigation of mysterious disappearances in Smallville in the...

Review: We Are Robin #2

Review: We Are Robin #2

August 3rd, 2015 | by Ryan Mayer

DC’s We are Robin #2 is here and we have all the angles covered for you here at ComiConverse! Although the “DC You” campaign has released some very interesting new series, such as Doomed #1/#2 and Dr. Fate #1/#2, We are Robin remains to be one...

Review: Superman #42
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Review: Superman #42

August 2nd, 2015 | by Kyle King

DC Comics’ Truth storyline continued this week with the release of Superman #42, in which Gene Luen Yang and John Romita, Jr., showed us the powerful and controversial moment when Lois Lane learned for certain that Clark Kent was secretly the Man of Tomorrow. While...

Approbation Comics: An Indie Success Story

Approbation Comics: An Indie Success Story

August 2nd, 2015 | by Dean Carls II

Indie comics, what does this mean to you? Does it mean creator owned titles, or maybe that the book itself is self-published? To B. Alex Thompson it meant writing, drawing and lettering all of his stories onto 8.5 x 11 copy paper, then scanning them...

How Starve Explores America’s Relationship with Food

How Starve Explores America’s Relationship with Food

July 31st, 2015 | by Magen Cubed

Starve from Image Comics is a sharp character drama that examines America's increasingly bizarre relationship with food. The creative team, consisting of writer Brian Wood, artist Danijel Zezelj, and colorist Dave Stewart, do so by lampooning the melodrama of competition cooking shows. Taken on face-value,...

Review: Grayson #10

Review: Grayson #10

July 31st, 2015 | by Chris Barnes

Grayson is one of the most interesting stories in comics and we have all the angles covered for you here on ComiConverse! If you haven't been reading DC Comics Grayson, you should be!  You can check out the main reasons why in a previous article...

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