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Review: Iron Fist #6

Review: Iron Fist #6

August 20th, 2017 | by Mitch Nissen

Iron Fist #6 from Marvel Comics bursts onto comic stands everywhere with the start of an explosive new story arc and the return of one of Marvel’s secret weapons, the Master of Kung Fu himself: Shang Chi! ComiConverse contributor Mitch Nissen dives into this action...

Review: Winnebago Graveyard #3

Review: Winnebago Graveyard #3

August 14th, 2017 | by Darryll Robson

The penultimate issue of Image Comic’s Winnebago Graveyard is released this week. As the horror steps ups so does our contributor, Darryll Robson, to review this issue. Will he make it to the end? Review: Winnebago Graveyard #3 Horror is sweeping the shelves in comic...

Review: Batman #28

Review: Batman #28

August 13th, 2017 | by Abel Loza

In The War of Jokes and Riddles Part 3, Tom King returns us to the main story after taking a break in Batman #27 to give us a look at how over-his-head Batman really was during the war for Gotham City. King is using The...

Review: All-New Guardians of the Galaxy #1-6

Review: All-New Guardians of the Galaxy #1-6

August 3rd, 2017 | by Mitch Nissen

Three months have passed since Marvel relaunched their core Guardians of the Galaxy book in the wake of writer Brian Michael Bendis’ departure from the title last April. Since May we have received six regular issues of All-New Guardians of the Galaxy plus a Free...

New Ghostbusters Crew get their Own Series from IDW Publishing

New Ghostbusters Crew get their Own Series from IDW Publishing

July 24th, 2017 | by Marena Bronson

Good news, for fans of the 2016 Ghostbusters reboot.  Abby, Holtzmann, Patty and Erin (and Kevin) are back for a new comic book adventure in October from IDW Publishing. ComiConverse contributor Marena Bronson has this report. Announced ahead of San Diego Comic-Con by the Los Angeles...

Review: Winnebago Graveyard #2

Review: Winnebago Graveyard #2

July 23rd, 2017 | by Darryll Robson

Continuing the journey into the heart of the American Horror genre, our contributor Darryll Robson takes a look inside issue 2 of Image Comic’s Winnebago Graveyard. Review: Winnebago Graveyard #2 After the opening issue last month Steve Niles picks up where he left off with...

Review: Batman #24

Review: Batman #24

July 23rd, 2017 | by Abel Loza

Right as The Wart of Jokes and Riddles is staring to ramp up, Tom King throws a curve ball and gave us The Ballad of Kite Man in Batman #27. In this issue, we explore the backstory of how the now famous Kite Man, also...

Decoding the DnA of the Guardians of the Galaxy (Part 3)

Decoding the DnA of the Guardians of the Galaxy (Part 3)

July 23rd, 2017 | by Mitch Nissen

From 2008 to 2011 writers Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning told the tale of the Guardians. But it was more than merely a story about Star-Lord and his team. DnA (Dan and Andy) piloted the last great era for Marvel's cosmic realms, taking characters created...

Review: Victor LaValle’s Destroyer #3

Review: Victor LaValle’s Destroyer #3

July 23rd, 2017 | by Darryll Robson

The Frankenstein retelling from Victor LaValle and Boom Studios! reaches its central point with issue 3. Our contributor, Darryll Robson, takes a look at the comic to see how far it has come and how it is holding up. Review: Victor LaValle’s Destroyer #3 Flashbacks,...

Review: Superman #27

Review: Superman #27

July 22nd, 2017 | by Kyle King

Superman #27 shifts gears for the series following a one-off story. In the first chapter of Declaration, writers Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason take Clark Kent, Lois Lane, and Jonathan Kent on a family road trip, bringing artist Scott Godlewski along for the ride....

Review: New Super-Man #13

Review: New Super-Man #13

July 22nd, 2017 | by Kyle King

New Super-Man #13, despite picking up where the previous issue left off, served as the start of a new story arc. Writer Gene Luen Yang and penciller Billy Tan joined forces for the team-up tale of Shanghai Under Siege — Part One, and ComiConverse contributor...

Review: Super Sons #6

Review: Super Sons #6

July 22nd, 2017 | by Kyle King

Super Sons #6 commenced the series’ new Planet of the Capes story arc with an opening installment entitled Teen Beat. Jonathan (Superboy) Kent and Damian (Robin) Wayne are joined by the Teen Titans for a tale scripted by Peter J. Tomasi and drawn by Jorge...

Review: Action Comics #983

Review: Action Comics #983

July 16th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Action Comics #983 amped up the adventure for Revenge — Part V, which was written by Dan Jurgens and showcased the artwork of Viktor Bogdanovic. A daunting team of supervillains has come together to confront Superman at the Fortress of Solitude, and ComiConverse Krypton correspondent...

Review: Supergirl: Being Super #4

Review: Supergirl: Being Super #4

July 15th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Supergirl: Being Super #4 recently concluded the prestige format miniseries re-imagining Kara Danvers’s origin story. Writer Mariko Tamaki and artist Joelle Jones topped an all-female masthead for the final installment, an emphatic ending entitled Who I Am. ComiConverse’s Kryptonian correspondent, T. Kyle King, offers his...

Review: War For The Planet Of The Apes #1

Review: War For The Planet Of The Apes #1

July 13th, 2017 | by Darryll Robson

Continuing a long line of movie tie in comics, Boom Studios! release a new Planet of Apes comic just in time for the theatrical release of War for the Planet of the Apes. Our contributor and Planet of the Apes fan, Darryll Robson, takes a...

Review: Superman #26

Review: Superman #26

July 13th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Superman #26 featured a brief break following the events of Black Dawn. Writer Michael Moreci and artist Scott Godlewski teamed up to bring readers the father-son tale Brains vs. Brawn, which highlighted the relationship between Clark Kent and both Jonathan Kents. ComiConverse contributor T. Kyle...

Username: Evie Revisited

Username: Evie Revisited

July 9th, 2017 | by Darryll Robson

Due to a cut back in new comic book reading, our contributor Darryll Robson has taken to re-reading chunks of his collection. In this 'Revisited' series, he looks back at a selected run of a particular comic to see if they are still worth reading...

Review: Batman 26

Review: Batman 26

July 9th, 2017 | by Abel Loza

The battle lines have been drawn in Batman #26 as Batman’s Rogues Gallery has been split down the middle by the feud that is brewing between the Joker and the Riddler. This has caused a villain “Civil War” in the Batman universe, which is leaving...

Doctor Strange: The Jason Aaron Run

Doctor Strange: The Jason Aaron Run

July 2nd, 2017 | by Mitch Nissen

Writer Jason Aaron finished his twenty issue run on Doctor Strange this month. ComiConverse contributor Mitch Nissen takes a look back at Jason Aaron’s Doctor Strange saga and where it fits within the overall Doctor Strange universe. Doctor Strange: The Jason Aaron Run For the...

IDW Celebrates Jack Kirby With 100th Birthday Comic Con Panel And Original Art Show

IDW Celebrates Jack Kirby With 100th Birthday Comic Con Panel And Original Art Show

July 2nd, 2017 | by Marena Bronson

This year marks the 100th anniversary of Jack Kirby's birth. Artist and creator or co-creator of such characters as the X-Men, Captain America, Silver Surfer, The New Gods, The Avengers, Mister Miracle, Thor, the Hulk and hundreds more, Kirby remains one of the most prolific...

Review: Action Comics #982

Review: Action Comics #982

July 2nd, 2017 | by Kyle King

Action Comics #982 kicked the Superman Revenge Squad’s plot into high gear with an issue penned by Dan Jurgens and pencilled by Jack Herbert and Jose Luis. Revenge — Part IV carried the sextet of supervillains to the Metropolis Marvel’s doorstep, and ComiConverse’s Krypton correspondent,...

Review: Batman #25

Review: Batman #25

June 29th, 2017 | by Abel Loza

The next, great Batman story arc from writer Tom King, The War of Jokes and Riddles, starts in Batman #25. This issue acts as a prelude and sets up the new story that will undoubtedly be one for the ages. The Joker and Riddler make...

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