If you haven't read the series yet, you definitely should, because Kyle Higgins brings to life a Bucky Barnes who will do anything to help those who are trapped by Hydra, even if he doesn't think it will redeem himself.Read More
You know how sometimes you’re just trying to take a nice evening stroll before dinner, when suddenly all these witches send their henchmen after you because they want to make you their king or cut off your head or some such nonsense? Yeah, that’s basically just, like, Tuesday if you’re Hellboy.Read More
Much rejoicing was heard across the land of Loki fandom with the announcement that Loki #1 is set to land this summer from Marvel Comics with some exciting names attached.Read More
Sorry, Solomon, Hercules, Atlas, Zeus, Achilles, and Mercury, but we're switching up these immortal elders to make up our SHAZAM!Read More
For those of us who love Dungeons & Dragons, Delver might be the comic for you.Read More
Let's pour one out for the one and only Rebecca Buck.
All I know is that when I walked into the theater to see 1995's Tank Girl with my mother, my 11-year old brain was never the same.Read More
I have actively been reviewing the Kyle Higgins comic Winter Soldier because, with each new issue, I find myself falling even more in love with this version of Bucky Barnes.Read More
If you live on planet C-53, you’ve probably heard a lot about Captain Marvel lately, discussing everything from her origin story in the comics to anticipation for the film. For me, none of that has been louder than my mom’s excitement when she called me after she first saw a trailer. “Captain Marvel! She isn’t wearing a bathing suit! She’s wearing a flight suit! She’s a pilot!”Read More
For The Mary Sue's celebration of superheroines we love for Women's History Month, Princess Weekes starts us off with her love for Black Canary.Read More
I love you, Steven Grant Rogers.
On March 1st, 1941, we were gifted with the presence of Steve Rogers. The first Captain America comic was released on this date 77 years ago and thus our love of Steven Grant Rogers has grown.Read More
It is exciting because it is the first foray from the Marvel Cinematic Universe into the world of Marvel comics.Read More
As 2019 continues on its path of doing the absolute most, what has been keeping me grounded is getting back into buying single-issue comics. Here are some of the titles brining me joy.Read More
Whelp, there go my hopes for a Jesus/Aquaman crossover book.
The comic, written by Mark Russell (Wonder Twins, Snagglepuss) with art by Richard Pace (Imaginary Fiends), follows a resurrected Jesus Christ as he returns to a world that now worships a superhero called Sun-Man.Read More
Michael B. Jordan addressed the rumors of him playing Superman, and said he'd be interested in playing Calvin Ellis. So who exactly is that?Read More
Comics have amazing heroes, villains, and some really great couples. On Valentine's Day, we celebrate some of the couples that make us embrace the romantic in us all.Read More
Okay but I'm obsessed with PJ-wearing Bucky Barnes.
All that Bucky is giving RJ is a way out of the life that Hydra threw him into.Read More
The romcoms are a lie, people, and so, here are four comics couples to read about when you need a reminder that it’s okay if love hasn’t always worked out the way you want it to. (Along with some recommended listening, because who doesn’t love a playlist?)Read More
Uncle Ruckus absolutely helped Russia in the 2016 election.Read More
And a Q&A w/ Kevin Panetta & Savanna Ganucheau!
The relationship in 'Bloom' has the typical slow-burn you'd expect from a romantic drama, but we don't see enough of these sweet romances between gay kids.Read More
The Punisher signifies "the collapse of social moral authority and the reality some people can't depend on institutions like the police or the military to act in a just and capable way."Read More