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!
From brand new series launching out of the Young Animal imprint; series launching on the tail-end of the Rebirth initiative; a stack of new miniseries and new stories of current series, there are heaps of new places to start reading DC Comics in October. 24 places to be precise. Read on to find out which DC comics are new reader friendly in October.
This month we see a slew of new series, jumping on points for comics that have been running for a little while and even a classic 1970’s reprint. Read on to find out which Marvel comics are new reader friendly in October.
If you’ve seen him kicking ass on Netflix and are curious about the comic books he has starred in then this is the list for you! In it, I’ve put together 7 Luke Cage stories you should read. From his blaxploitation roots of the early 70s to team-ups with Iron Fist and some of his more recent outings, this list includes a variety of stories to sink you teeth into.
Written by Brian Wood; art by Mack Chatter; colours by Lee Loughridge; letters by Nate Pikos and published by Dark Horse Comics, Briggs Land is a new series about a community of anti-government secessionists and the consequences of their actions.
When I discovered Lady of the Shard, a science fiction/fantasy love story by gigi d.g, I just had to talk about it. Not just because it’s different, but as it’s a strong contender for webcomic of 2016.
Learn about the author of My Hero Academia and how his second ever published manga made such a big impact in the west. Barrage tells the tale of an orphan becoming a prince through happenstance and must save his world. Though the manga was a failure, it still holds value for fans of unique art and author Kouhei Horikoshi.
Whether you loved the movie and want to read more or hated it and want to see how it should be, you might be thinking to yourself “where do I start reading Suicide Squad comics?” Luckily with this guide I’ve taken out the guess work by offering a handful of fantastic places to start reading.
As big comic book launches can be a bit confusing I have put together a guide for Marvel’s newest launch – Marvel Now: Divided We Stand. In it I let you know about all the comics as well as answer some of your burning questions.