While the much loved Avatar: The Last Airbender might’ve ended on TV, the much loved animated series continued in a series of graphic novels that pick up where the show left off. If you were a fan of the show but haven’t had the chance to check out the graphic novels here’s a handy reading order guide to get you started.
Each month I like to showcase a batch of new comics that you should be reading. I try and make it varied, mixing up creative ideas, genres and different storytelling to create a list that will have something that will appeal to everyone. This month we have witches, decapitated heads, an emerald archer, Deadpool taking on Thanos, futuristic parkour and much more.
Imagine a world built upon a magical science called alchemy, where almost anything is possible. Two brothers, Edward and Alphonse Elric, search the world for the mythical Philosopher’s Stone, a magical stone of unlimited power. Read this manga and embark on the epic quest of two brothers trying to save both their mother and themselves.
Should I read comics in print or digitally? It’s a question that I’ve received many times throughout the life of How to Love Comics and one that there’s no clear cut answer to. Everyone has their preference and reason why print or digital is their chosen format. To help you decide what format you should chose I have listed the pros and cons of each. Will it be be print or digital? Read on to find out!
Sometimes the X-Men can be very confusing with the multiple titles, hundreds of characters and crossovers-a-plenty. Luckily there’s a podcast dedicated to explaining the ins and outs of Marvel’s mutants. I’d like to introduce you to Rachel & Miles X-Plain The X-Men – you’re podcast companion to all things X-Men.
After reading Kaijumax I went in search for more of the comic book work of cartoonist Zander Cannon. What I found was the very special graphic novel “Heck” which is one my personal favourite reads of of recent times. Read on to find out what makes this graphic novel so special and why you should read it too.
A school has been formed to train the next generation of heroes in a world full of superpowers. One kid dreams of entering this school, but he was born without a power. Read this epic journey of Deku the quirkless wonder and the number one superhero All Might. It’s time to learn how to be a true hero.
Each month I like to showcase a batch of new comics that you should be reading. I try and make it varied, mixing up creative ideas, genres and different storytelling to have a list that will appeal to everyone. This month we have an Immaterial Girl, bombshells, road trip buddies, gangsters, devil worshipping rock groups, reincarnated assassins and much more.
I caught up with co-writer and artist Jeremy Haun about The Beauty – a comic series set in a world where beauty is an STD everyone wants, but with a horrible consequence – to find out a bit more about it. I also asked him about the process of creating the comic and an interesting piece of marketing for the series.
Soppy by Philippa Rice is a very charming autobiographical romance/slice of life comic concerning the cartoonist’s experiences living with her partner and the small moments they share together. But before you run off (I know some of you will be scared off by the word romance, but stay with me) I want to tell you why Soppy is better than all the other romance fiction out there.