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Oped: Doomsday Clock, Death Metal, and Narrative Consistency in Comics: Must There Be “Continuity”?

Recently, I’ve been reading Bob Batchelor’s Stan Lee: The Man Behind Marvel, a biography about the comic book industry’s most iconic frontman. One of...

Review: LEGION OF SUPERHEROES #9 – Looming Threats and New Love Interests

On September 29, DC Comics released Legion of Superheroes #9. Writer Brian Michael Bendis, colorist Jordie Bellaire, and letterer Dave Sharpe are joined by a plethora...

Review: ACTION COMICS #1025 – The Last Stand of Conner Kent?

On September 22, DC Comics released Actions Comics #1025. Writer Brian Michael Bendis, penciler John Romita Jr., inker Klaus Janson, color artist Brad Anderson, and...

Review: DETECTIVE COMICS #1027 – A Few Batman Stories More…

Celebrating 1000 issues since Batman's first appearance, DC comics released Detective Comics #1027 on September 15. The issue features Batman writers current and past like James...

Review: LEGION OF SUPERHEROES #8 – An Artist Extravaganza…With a Catch.

On August 25, DC Comics released Legion of Superheroes #8. The issue is written by Brian Michael Bendis, who is joined by colorist Jordie Bellaire, letterer...

ACTION COMICS #1025 Preview: Super-Family Vs. Invisible Mafia

The "House Of Kent" storyline in Action Comics is about to get a lot more super — literally, with the whole Super-Family called into...

Review: SUPERMAN #24 — Can Supes Take On Magic?

SUPERMAN #24, available in comic book stores on Tuesday, July 11th, pits our hero against a threat just as dangerous as kryptonite: magic. An...

Review: LEGION OF SUPERHEROES #7 – Follow the Leader

On July 28, DC Comics released Legion of Superheroes #7, continuing with writer Brian Michael Bendis's reimagining of the icon superhero team. Artist Ryan Sook...

THE SENTRY: REBORN and Perfecting Surprise Reveals

The Sentry: Reborn is a wonderful tale about the golden guardian of good that is filled to the brim with twists. Paul Jenkins crafts...