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Review: Veda: Assembly Required

Review: Veda: Assembly Required

January 5th, 2016 | by Cody Tromler

Veda: Assembly Required by Dark Horse Comics is the very first comic from the mind of writer Samuel Teer, alongside illustrator Hyeondo Park  and colorist Kelly Fitzpatrick. Our Cody Tromler assembled this review to tell you whether or not Veda is required reading. Veda: Assembly Required...

Review: Superman: Lois and Clark #3

Review: Superman: Lois and Clark #3

January 2nd, 2016 | by Kyle King

The pre-Flashpoint Superman is back! Hiding out in the background of the mainstream DC Universe, the older Clark Kent is married to Lois Lane and raising their son Jonathan. Superman: Lois and Clark #3 has hit the stands, and ComiConverse’s Man of Steel writer, T....

Review: Superman Annual #3
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Review: Superman Annual #3

January 1st, 2016 | by Kyle King

Superman survived Truth, but with his powers reduced and his secret identity exposed. In Justice, Clark Kent tied together the strands of the conspiracy against him, which all led back to Vandal Savage. The plotlines converged in this week's Superman Annual #3, which ComiConverse's Man of...

Star Wars Comics:  What Are Marvel’s Plans In 2016?
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Star Wars Comics: What Are Marvel’s Plans In 2016?

January 1st, 2016 | by Tim Adams

Star Wars: The Force Awakens smashed box-offices towards the end of 2015, but what does 2016 hold for the resurgent franchise? Our Tim Adams takes a deep dive into the future of Marvel's Star Wars comics properties. 2015 will be remembered as the year that...

Review: Superman/Wonder Woman #24

Review: Superman/Wonder Woman #24

December 31st, 2015 | by Kyle King

Superman saw his powers diminished and his secret identity revealed in Truth, but, as DC Comics’ Justice arc moves toward its conclusion, the Man of Steel is closing in on the conspiracy behind his downfall. ComiConverse’s Superman writer, T. Kyle King, takes a look at...

Review: Narcopolis Continuum #1

Review: Narcopolis Continuum #1

December 30th, 2015 | by Jonathan Thompson

Narcopolis Continuum #1 has hit comics shelves and our own Jonathan Thompson is here with our ComiConverse review. Building from the world created in the sci-fi thriller Narcopolis, Narcopolis Continuum #1 by Heavy Metal, tells the story of Ben Grieves, a genius inventor working for Ambro...

Review: Superman #47

Review: Superman #47

December 28th, 2015 | by Kyle King

DC Comics is wrapping up its Justice story arc, in which Superman, after having his powers reduced and his identity revealed, attempts to piece together the conspiracy connecting plot-lines from multiple comic book series. Our Man of Steel writer, T. Kyle King, brings us his...

Review: The Unlikely Adventures Of Race & Cookie McCloud
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Review: The Unlikely Adventures Of Race & Cookie McCloud

December 18th, 2015 | by Tatiana Hullender

We've seen what happens when you mix brilliant but grumpy detectives with wide-eyed and innocent sidekicks – plenty of Sherlock Holmes adaptations have danced to that familiar tune. But what happens when you mix a wide-eyed and frankly terrible detective with a brilliant but grumpy sidekick?...

Review: Superman: American Alien #2
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Review: Superman: American Alien #2

December 18th, 2015 | by Kyle King

Superman Writer and filmmaker Max Landis is teaming up with a variety of graphic artists to author a seven-issue limited series telling the story of Clark Kent as he tries to be normal in spite of his tremendous powers. ComiConverse's Man of Steel correspondent, T....

Review: Dragon Age: Magekiller #1

Review: Dragon Age: Magekiller #1

December 16th, 2015 | by Kenny Coburn

Based on the hit Bioware video game series, Dragon Age, Dragon Age: Magekiller by Dark Horse Comics dives deeper into the lore of Thedas by following two mage killers for hire, Tessa and Marius. Each, is a mercenary willing to fight back against the mages but, only...

Comics Review: Call of Duty: Black Ops III Rings Hollow

Comics Review: Call of Duty: Black Ops III Rings Hollow

December 16th, 2015 | by Kenny Coburn

Dark Horse Comics has recently released the first two issues of a new series, inspired by the Call of Duty: Black Ops III video game. Unfortunately, it fails to capture any of the aspects that make that game good and instead, focuses on building around one...

Review: Batman/Superman #27

Review: Batman/Superman #27

December 10th, 2015 | by Kyle King

Superman may have lost most of his powers and had his secret identity revealed in Truth, but Clark Kent is now fighting back against a complex conspiracy centered around Vandal Savage. This week’s chapter of Justice took place in Batman/Superman #27, which ComiConverse’s Man of...

Review: Action Comics #47

Review: Action Comics #47

December 5th, 2015 | by Kyle King

The Justice story arc is picking up steam as Superman seeks to tie together the shadowy conspiracy that uncovered his secret identity and stole most of his powers. The latest installment was released this week in Action Comics #47, and ComiConverse’s Man of Steel correspondent,...

Review: The Saga of the Jack of Spades

Review: The Saga of the Jack of Spades

December 3rd, 2015 | by Dean Carls II

Gamble or steal? ComiConverse's Dean Carls says steal. He's here to give us the scoop on The Saga of the Jack of Spades. The Saga of the Jack of Spades is a project I have followed for quite some time now; from merely just a Twitter page, to a...

Review: The Poet and the Flea

Review: The Poet and the Flea

December 2nd, 2015 | by Cody Tromler

The Poet and the Flea is comic creator G.E Gallas' first step into the arena of comic book creation. Our Cody Tromler is here to tell out how this first-timer's maiden voyage went.  The Poet and the Flea started life as a project on Kickstarter, and acts...

Review: Superman #46
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Review: Superman #46

November 29th, 2015 | by Kyle King

Left with fewer powers and no secret identity by Truth, Superman has begun to track down the many enemies who are conspiring against him in Justice. On Wednesday, the story arc continued as the Man of Steel worked to locate HORDR in Superman #46 by...

Review: Superman: Lois and Clark #2
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Review: Superman: Lois and Clark #2

November 28th, 2015 | by Kyle King

As the New 52 Superman wrestles with the challenges of the Justice story arc in the foreground of the mainstream DC Comics continuity, Dan Jurgens and Lee Weeks are telling a different tale starring the pre-Flashpoint Man of Steel, the former Daily Planet star reporter...

Review: Superman/Wonder Woman #23
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Review: Superman/Wonder Woman #23

November 28th, 2015 | by Kyle King

Superman, whose powers were reduced in Truth and who was thrust into Justice full of mistrust after his secret identity was exposed, is hunting down the complex conspiracy that has been working against him in secret through separate yet interwoven story arcs being told in...

Review: Bizarro #6

Review: Bizarro #6

November 23rd, 2015 | by Kyle King

Bizarro and Jimmy Olsen have taken a road trip to Canada using a map that guided them straight through the Silver Age. The final installment of Heath Corson’s and Gustavo Duarte’s six-issue limited series was released this past week, and ComiConverse’s Superman writer, T. Kyle...

Review: Action Comics #46

Review: Action Comics #46

November 21st, 2015 | by Kyle King

In Truth, Superman lost most of his powers and had his secret identity exposed, but now he has started striking back at the shadowy conspiracy out to destroy him. The Justice story arc continued in this week's Action Comics #46, and ComiConverse's Superman writer, T....

Review: Usagi Yojimbo #150

Review: Usagi Yojimbo #150

November 20th, 2015 | by Kenny Coburn

Usagi Yojimbo hits another milestone with issue #150, after celebrating its 30th anniversary just last year. For the first time, Miyamoto Usagi, the wandering ronin, comes in contact with a European traveler. The traveler becomes obsessed with the idea of witnessing seppuku, ritual suicide, after defeating every samurai...

Review: Superman – American Alien #1

Review: Superman – American Alien #1

November 15th, 2015 | by Kyle King

Filmmaker and Eisner Award nominee Max Landis has teamed up with a variety of illustrators to pen a seven-part series the writer bills as the antithesis of Grant Morrison's All-Star Superman. In Superman: American Alien, Landis aspires to tell the story not of the Man...

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