"No" is one of the few words we know in Korugarian.

Fear Comes to Earth in ‘Injustice: Year Two’ Chapter 15

Clean lines, dirty deeds. That’s what’s up in the bloody return of Injustice: Gods Among Us, with artist Bruno Redondo bringing his smooth art to Tom Taylor‘s diary of the DC Universe’s descent into despotism. Darkseid [...]


This is not Mike Huddleston. We hope.

Mike Huddleston of ‘The Strain’

On July 13, the FX network will premier one of the most anticipated new shows of the summer: The Strain, based on The New York Times-bestselling novel by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan, and [...]


First qualification to be Wonder Woman: an unbreakable resolve in the face of a challenge.

“A Sense of Determination:” Nicola Scott

My favorite Nicola Scott story goes back to before she ever entered comics. Scott, who had cherished Wonder Woman her entire life, at one point found herself in auditions to play the armored Amazon. Xena: Warrior [...]


Dude--on a scale of 1 to imaginary numbers, how high are you?

Get Quantically Entangled in ‘Federal Bureau of Physics’ #12

When you break the law, you go to jail. When you break the laws of reality, you go to a pocket universe. That’s why the Federal Bureau of Physics spends a lot more time retrieving people [...]


Kirby crackle!

“I Just Want to Draw:” Mike McKone

Mike McKone is a veteran comic artist whose bibliography reads like a Top 100 of hot comic book titles. I still remember picking up my first issue of his (which turned out to be his first [...]


Injustice Gods Among Us Vol2

‘Injustice: Gods Among Us’ Is Superheroes Done Right

If you want a lesson in how to write superheroes, buy this book. If you want to enjoy some exciting action that will have you physically reacting to each turn of the page and its [...]


We can't get enough of these DC Bombshell variants. Sadly, this is the last of the batch.

Blast to the Past in ‘Batman/Superman’ #12

Everybody wants to be Superman or Batman, but nobody wants to become an orphan in tragically preventable circumstances. In the latest issue of Batman/Superman we follow the world’s finest team to Earth 2, where Superman’s adoptive [...]


Return in red.(Credit: DC Comics)

“Things Can Fall Apart Any Second:” Charles Soule

Charles Soule probably sleeps, but good luck proving that in a court of law. The prolific writer holds down a day job, then bangs out a comic script as quickly as three to five hours (plus, as he [...]


Dang, girl, is that suit fireproof, because you're so h--oh, obviously it is. Nevermind.

Steal from Thieves with ‘Catwoman’ #32

It’s not easy being Catwoman. Hang on. Wait, that’s the exact intro we used for last week’s Batwoman preview. Well dangit, what are we going to write this week? Not to mention next week’s Ratwoman preview. (Hey, DC, [...]



Preview: Mark Millar’s ‘MPH’ #2

Mark Millar’s new comic book series, MPH, introduced us to a fictional drug that enables regular people to sprint at supersonic speeds, set against the sobering–and unfortunately non-fictional–backdrop of modern-day Detroit. Book one set the [...]