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Review: We Are Robin #1

Review: We Are Robin #1

July 3rd, 2015 | by Ryan Mayer

DC’s We are Robin is here and we have all the angles covered for you here at ComiConverse! The “DC You” campaign continues to pump out new titles from their 24 new #1’s each week. This week they released the brand new series We Are...

8House: Arclight #1 – A Softer Kind of Fantasy

8House: Arclight #1 – A Softer Kind of Fantasy

July 3rd, 2015 | by Magen Cubed

Images Comics' 8House: Arclight #1 by writer Brandon Graham and artist Marian Churchland presents a different kind of fantasy story. In a pop culture landscape currently dominated by the harrowing violence, political intrigue, and hard edges of worlds like G.R.R. Martin's Game of Thrones, 8House...

How To Crush Your First Comic-Con
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How To Crush Your First Comic-Con

July 1st, 2015 | by Susan Rook

San Diego Comic-Con 2015 (SDCC) is right around the corner and ComiConverse has all the angles covered.  Here is a friendly planning guide for those looking to take the plunge and attend their first Comic-Con this year, based on one family's amazing visit to Fan...

Review: Superman #41

Review: Superman #41

July 1st, 2015 | by Kyle King

The DC Comics “Truth” storyline, about the revelation of Superman’s secret identity and the reduction of his superpowers, is moving forward, most recently with this week’s Superman #41 by Gene Luen Yang and John Romita, Jr. Initially, I tried to contain my skepticism about the...

Review: The Fiction #1

Review: The Fiction #1

June 30th, 2015 | by Nicholas Bennett

The Fiction seems poised to tell the story of childhood through the hazy memories of adulthood. Premise: Published by Boom Studios!, The Fiction is one of their latest entries into the marketplace. Written by Curt Pires and illustrated by David Rubin, it centers around childhood...

Why Grayson Is A Smash Hit

Why Grayson Is A Smash Hit

June 29th, 2015 | by Chris Barnes

Grayson is smash hit for DC, and we're here to break down all the action for you on ComiConverse. If you are not reading Grayson by DC Comics, you should be.  I mean that in the same way people say you should be wearing a...

Why Fight Club Two Misses The Mark

Why Fight Club Two Misses The Mark

June 29th, 2015 | by Magen Cubed

Fight Club 2 from writer Chuck Palahniuk and artist Cameron Stewart promised to be a return to postmodern brutality, irony, and fun. When Dark Horse Comics announced the title, I was excited. Fight Club has been one of my favorite books and films respectively since...

Robin Through The Ages: Part 1

Robin Through The Ages: Part 1

June 22nd, 2015 | by Chris Barnes

This year marks the 75th anniversary of Robin as a character.  To celebrate, ComiConverse commissioned our very own infographic entitled Robin Through The Ages.  We hope you enjoy sharing it. As the first sidekick in comics, Robin "The Boy Wonder", was originally introduced to give...

Review: Doomed #1

Review: Doomed #1

June 22nd, 2015 | by Ryan Mayer

DC's Doomed is here and we have all the angles covered for you here at ComiConverse! The “DC You” campaign is in full swing with their 24 brand new titles. This includes the brand new series, Doomed, which began on June 17th. This story brings us...

Empty Zone #1: Death and Cyberpunk

Empty Zone #1: Death and Cyberpunk

June 20th, 2015 | by Magen Cubed

Empty Zone #1 from creator Jason Shawn Alexander and Image Comics trades on a very specific kind of sci-fi nostalgia. Steeped in allusions to notable classics like Tank Girl, Blade Runner, and William Gibson’s Sprawl trilogy, Empty Zone wants to be an amalgamation of your...

Batman Art During The New 52

Batman Art During The New 52

June 20th, 2015 | by Chris Barnes

The New 52 is officially over as a section of DC comics history. DC has done away with that branding after four years and are now moving on to DC YOU.  Over those four years we had many artists interpret the Dark Knight in the...

Review: Mad Max Furiosa #1

Review: Mad Max Furiosa #1

June 19th, 2015 | by Nicholas Bennett

From director George Miller and writers Mark Sexton and Nico Lathouris comes Vertigo’s Mad Max: Fury Road. The title we focus on today is Furiosa #1. The comic book version of the Mad Max property seeks to capitalize on the incredible success of the film Mad Max: Fury...

Review: Action Comics #41

Review: Action Comics #41

June 16th, 2015 | by Kyle King

Action Comics #41 is on the shelf and we have everything you need to know right here on ComiConverse. The New 52 is now old hat. We all have graduated from Grant Morrison’s Multiversity, the DC Universe has converged, and, now, we move on to...

Secret Wars: Explained

Secret Wars: Explained

June 15th, 2015 | by Louis Waldron

Marvel's Secret Wars is one of the biggest comics events in recent memory. Fortunately, we have our very own user guide for you, right here on ComiConverse. The Multiverse has been destroyed, all that remains is Battleworld; a patchwork planet formed of domains, pieces of...

Review: Secret Wars #1

Review: Secret Wars #1

June 15th, 2015 | by Louis Waldron

Marvel's Secret Wars #1 continues the final events of Jonathan Hickman’s Avengers and New Avengers event Time Runs Out. The Multiverse is dying, universes across every plain are being destroyed and only two remain; Earth-616 and the Ultimate Marvel Universe, Earth-1610. With the incursion imminent Earth’s greatest...

Starve #1: A Culinary Battle Royale

Starve #1: A Culinary Battle Royale

June 15th, 2015 | by Magen Cubed

Image Comics' Starve #1 from writer Brian Wood, artist Daniel Zezelj, and colorist David Stewart has a bone to pick with the modern state of cooking shows. In a world of increasingly hyperbolic culinary tournaments, the simple act of teaching others to cook has morphed...

Review: Chrononauts #1

Review: Chrononauts #1

June 15th, 2015 | by Nicholas Bennett

Written by Mark Millar, Chrononauts is his latest attempt to take a well-trod story and tell it in a more mature and realistic style. If Mark Millar's comics has shown us anything, it's that he has an uncanny way of making new music out of...

5 Reasons Batman Fans Shouldn’t Panic

5 Reasons Batman Fans Shouldn’t Panic

June 15th, 2015 | by Chris Barnes

Batman's presence in a post-convergence DC Comics world is crucial. Fortunately, we're here to break down all of the angles for you, right here on ComiConverse. Weeks ago an image was released showing what Batman would look like in our new post-convergence world. From what...

The Case For Superman

The Case For Superman

June 14th, 2015 | by Kyle King

Welcome to ComiConverse!  I will be your friendly neighbourhood Superman writer. Since this is my first posting here, I should begin with an introduction. My name is Kyle King, and I am a lifelong fan of superhero comic books who began reading them in the...

Secret Wars: The Build Up

Secret Wars: The Build Up

June 13th, 2015 | by Louis Waldron

Marvel's Secret Wars is coming and we have all the angles covered for you here at ComiConverse! With the great mind of Jonathan Hickman taking over the helm The Avengers has transformed from a Superhero-fest to a straight up Sci-Fi romp. The Secret Wars event...

Airboy #1: Sex, Drugs and Comic Books

Airboy #1: Sex, Drugs and Comic Books

June 11th, 2015 | by Magen Cubed

Image Comics' Airboy #1 from James Robinson and Greg Hinkle is a sharp, cynical, and uncompromisingly funny look at the comic book industry. In an age of reboots and reimaginings, as nearly-forgotten properties like Marvelman (now published as Miracleman due to legal issues) and Flash...

A Bizarro & Jimmy Olsen Road Trip

A Bizarro & Jimmy Olsen Road Trip

June 10th, 2015 | by Kyle King

Bizarro and Jimmy Olsen take a road trim in Bizarro #1 by DC Comics. I'm not ashamed to admit it. I love the Silver Age. Following Fredric Wertham's assault on crime, horror, and superhero comics and the resulting Congressional hearings on juvenile delinquency, in the 1950s,...

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