AfterShock Comics Exclusive Preview: BAD RECEPTION #4

BAD RECEPTION #4 hits your local comic book store March 11th, but thanks to AfterShock Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive four-page preview...

Exclusive Marvel Comics Preview: SPIDER-VERSE #6 (OF 6)

The finale chapter of Spider-Verse hits your local comic book shop on March 4, but thanks to Marvel Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has a...

The Steel Age Of Comics: Renaming And Predicting The Modern Ages

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How THE DEATH OF SUPERMAN Changed My Concept Of What A Comic Book Could Be

Prior to the Winter of '92, comics in print were largely relegated to darkly lit comics shops or the poorly-maintained spinner rack in a...

Review: Hilarity Enlarges In ANT-MAN #2

Due to the efforts of Zeb Wells, Dylan Burnett, Mike Spicer, and VC’s Corey Petit, Ant-Man #2 continues the solo adventure for the size-changing...

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Suicide Squad #3, written by Tom Taylor, with art by Bruno Redondo, colors by Adriano Lucas and letters by Wes Abbott, continues to play...

The Old Meets New In JOHN CONSTANTINE HELLBLAZER #4

Sooner or later the inevitable replacement of the old gritty Constantine with a "new-age" version had to happen, it just seemed to happen sooner...

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Sooner or later the inevitable replacement of the old gritty Constantine with a "new-age" version had to happen, it just seemed to happen sooner...

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The Steel Age Of Comics: Renaming And Predicting The Modern Ages

The Steel Age of Comics is a working title for the comic books that came out between 2011 and 2026. But where is this all coming from? Fans more than likely know about the Golden and Silver Ages. They were the times of comics that reflect the human conditions and mindsets of publishers and readers. So what exactly happened in the preceding Iron Age to give the foundations for this Steel Age? More importantly, why is 2011 the beginning of this age? This is the research from the gutters. The BC (Before Comics) Age If you have ever heard of the...

How THE DEATH OF SUPERMAN Changed My Concept Of What A Comic Book Could Be

Prior to the Winter of '92, comics in print were largely relegated to darkly lit comics shops or the poorly-maintained spinner rack in a local grocery store...and then came THE DEATH OF SUPERMAN. A comic book story - not a movie or television adaptation - was the topic of discussion on the 6 o'clock news, and I had never seen that before. Growing up as a comics fan, the characters and their stories were something you discussed among, well, other fans. Sure, you could say "Everyone knows who Superman is" from SUPERMAN: THE MOVIE or the deluge of t-shirts, toys...

Exclusive Previews

AfterShock Comics Exclusive Preview: BAD RECEPTION #4

BAD RECEPTION #4 hits your local comic book store March 11th, but thanks to AfterShock Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive four-page preview...

Exclusive Marvel Comics Preview: SPIDER-VERSE #6 (OF 6)

The finale chapter of Spider-Verse hits your local comic book shop on March 4, but thanks to Marvel Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has a...

BOOM! Studios Exclusive First Look: FIREFLY #15

Firefly #15 hits your local comic book store March 18th, but thanks to BOOM! Studios, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive three-page preview for...

Exclusive AfterShock Comics Preview: THE MAN WHO F#%&ED UP TIME #2

The Man Who F#%&ed Up Time #2, the sci-fi action-comedy doesn't come out until March 11, but thanks to AfterShock Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots...

Exclusive Preview: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #40 – The JJJ and Chance Podcast

Amazing Spider-Man #40 hits your local comic book shop on February 26, but thanks to Marvel Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive preview...

First Look: ARTEMIS AND THE ASSASSIN #1 From AfterShock Comics

Artemis and the Assassin #1 hits your local comic book store on March 18, but thanks to AfterShock Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has...

Review: Hilarity Enlarges In ANT-MAN #2

Due to the efforts of Zeb Wells, Dylan Burnett, Mike Spicer, and VC’s Corey Petit, Ant-Man #2 continues the solo adventure for the size-changing...

SUICIDE SQUAD #3 Gives Us More Questions for Every Answer

Suicide Squad #3, written by Tom Taylor, with art by Bruno Redondo, colors by Adriano Lucas and letters by Wes Abbott, continues to play...

AMETHYST #1 – Finding Friends To Reclaim A Kingdom

DC Comics recently (re)introduced Princess of The Gemworld sets out to enlist allies as she searches for her lost Kingdom in this weeks, Amethyst...

AfterShock Comics Exclusive Preview: BAD RECEPTION #4

BAD RECEPTION #4 hits your local comic book store March 11th, but thanks to AfterShock Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive four-page preview...

Review: FAR SECTOR #4 Talks Protest and Political Obstinance

Writer N.K. Jemisin and artist Jamal Campbell return to the City Enduring with "Far Sector" #4. This uses sharp, attitude-filled dialogue and intelligent political...

The Steel Age Of Comics: Renaming And Predicting The Modern Ages

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Exclusive Interviews

Interview: Matt Kindt Discusses His New Series BANG!

BANG! #1 is out this Wednesday, February 19th, from Dark Horse Comics, and we had the chance to speak with writer Matt Kindt about...

Juann Cabal Explains His Panel Structure For GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY #1

Guardians of the Galaxy #1 dropped last month with Al Ewing and Juann Cabal at the helm. After I talked about the book on...

Interview: Karl Mostert, The Artist Of THE MAN WHO F#%&ED UP TIME

The Man Who F#%&ED Up Time #1 hits your local comic book shop this week (February 5) and thanks to AfterShock Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive interview with the artist of the series, Karl Mostert.

INTERVIEW: TARTARUS Creators Johnnie Christmas & Jack T. Cole

Tartarus #1 hits your local comic book store on February 12, but thanks to Image Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an excellent interview with...

Si Spurrier and Aaron Campbell Talk JOHN CONSTANTINE: HELLBLAZER #1

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Interview: Tom Scioli on Marvel Comics’ FANTASTIC FOUR: GRAND DESIGN

Tom Scioli’s Fantastic Four: Grand Design is one of Marvel Comics' most exciting projects of 2019 (check out our review of issue one). In...

The Old Meets New In JOHN CONSTANTINE HELLBLAZER #4

Sooner or later the inevitable replacement of the old gritty Constantine with a "new-age" version had to happen, it just seemed to happen sooner...

Review: LEVIATHAN DAWN #1 Continues Slow-Burn With No Mystery

Resistance Rises Against Leviathan  Leviathan is an organization that’s been apart of DC for a while. While it first started as a rebel group of...

First Look – Afterlife With Archie #8

“A Ghost Story." Contrary to popular belief, the current zombie outbreak is not the first time a shadow fell across Riverdale and its citizens....

Review: MARY SHELLEY: MONSTER HUNTER #1

Like Mary Shelley, many real people have been featured in works of historical fiction, taking these historical figures on supernatural adventures that were never...

Review: An All-Out Assault on the Batcave in BATMAN #81

Plans, plans…everyone’s got plans. The question in Batman #81, out this week from DC Comics, is that if everyone’s a step ahead of their...

Review: UNDISCOVERED COUNTRY #2 – Death to Invaders!

Humans just can't stop screwing each other over in Undiscovered Country #2, out this week from Image Comics. Undiscovered Country is a new extremely original...

Review: STEEPLE #3 – The Enemy Of The Enemy

Steeple #3 is the most surprising issue of the series, blending a unique and peculiar plot with fanciful humor and unanticipated plot development.

Panel Breakdown: STAR #1 By Kelly Thompson, Javier Pina, and Filipe Andrade

Welcome to PANEL BREAKDOWN, a weekly series where we take a look at our favorite panels of a comic book. This week we are...
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