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Review: SECTION ZERO #1 Revives an Unfinished Passion Project

Resurrecting a series killed-off before its time—and doing it well—isn’t easy. It helps to have the same creative team behind the relaunch, as is...

Joe Sinnott, Longtime Marvel Inker, Retires From Comics

Longtime Marvel Comics inker Joe Sinnott has formally retired from comics work after 69 years, according to his son Mark's Facebook announcement. This news...

[Review] FEMALE FURIES #1 Aims to Smash the Apokoliptian Patriarchy

Female Furies #1 kicks off a new six-issue limited run focused on the fanatically-loyal Apokoliptian fighting squad. At the book’s core, though, is a...

Review: MISTER MIRACLE #11 – The End Is Near

Mister Miracle #11 is out today, the penultimate chapter in the Tom King/Mitch Gerads New Gods epic. About the issue: Scott and Barda head to Apokolips...

STRANGE TALES Delivers Classic Human Torch and Thing Action

Marvel has released a Strange Tales Complete Collection, chronicling the Silver Age exploits of the Human Torch and Thing. After the popularity of the Fantastic Four magazine, Stan...

FanExpo Canada 2018 Bound: The Great Toronto Comicbook Hunt

The weekend that Ontarian pop-culture nerds have been waiting for is finally here, well, kind of. Starting August 30th at 4 PM, the festivities...

FANTASTIC FOUR: THE COMING OF GALACTUS Epic Collection Review

Fantastic Four: The Coming of Galactus is out this week from Marvel's Epic Collection line, and it's chock full of Silver Age, Jack Kirby greatness.

Atlas’s Western Comics: An Old Idea with Some New Twists

So the next time some troubled fan of the Distinguished Competition tells you that Spider-Man is just a nerdy boy-scout type from Queens, you can tell them that they’ve got it all wrong; he’s really the Lone Ranger.

The Dusk of the Monster Age: The Rise & Fall of Space & Robot Comics

As a jaded comics historian looking back on the age of wonder and optimism that was the ’50s, my favourite comics are ones that feature artists and writers’ far-fetched visions of the future — robots and all — and a few of the best ones come from people you’re probably familiar with for other work they did.