The archive for every comic that has recommended on the website thus far. Plenty to choose from – with as many writers, artists, characters, publishers and genres represented as possible. There will be something for everyone!
Here’s everything you need to know about the characters and locations being introduced in Thor: Ragnarok as informed by the comics. In this guide I’ve also pointed to some of the comic book stories to read involving these characters if you want to know even more about them.
The Avengers/Champions: Worlds Collide Reading Order Checklist is here to save the day! It will let you know what comics you need to read to get a full story, as well as release dates and creator credits too.
Crossovers, especially ones that reference older stories, can be confusing, but with this reading order guide that will be a thing of the past. Not only does it include a reading order for this X-Men crossover, but also background reading, release dates and creative teams.
As events, especially Marvel’s, can sometimes be confusing, I have put together the World War Hulk Reading Order Guide. In it is everything you need to know to start reading this comic book event with ease. This includes the recommended reading order and some notes on where to go from there.
With elements of the upcoming Thor: Ragnarok inspired by this storyline as a spiritual sequel coming starting soon as Marvel Legacy, there’s never been a better time to take a look at this Hulk classic. So strap yourself in, we’re heading to Planet Hulk!
With so many different doctors crossing over and titles colliding this crossover can look a bit confusing on first glance. But, with the Doctor Who The Lost Dimension Reading Order Checklist I have put all the information you need in the one place.
Sometimes comic book events can be a bit confusing. That’s why I have created the Hasbro: First Strike Reading Order Guide, which gives you everything you need to know in order to make sense of this Hasbro themed event. This guide includes not only the reading order but information on comics that surround the main story, release dates and creative teams.
Big events, especially ones with lots of tie-ins can be confusing to new readers and veterans alike. To help make things simple I’ve put together the Dark Nights: Metal Reading Order Checklist which has all the details you need to enjoy this comic event without worry.
With yet another Transformers movie hitting the big screen this week, there’s never been a better time to dive into some Transformers comics. So I decided to pick up the Transformers Phase One Omnibus off the shelf, sitting unread for waaaaay too long, and give it a review.
If you’ve wanted to read Batman, Aquaman or Green Arrow you’ll be in luck with these comics starting new stories which are good jumping-on points. Read on to find out why these comics are a great place to jump-on and what they’re all about.