The final 2000 AD for 2020 is an extra-large issue that full of great places to start reading. Read on to find out why.
With WandaVision coming soon, it’s never been a better time to revisit the 2005 comic book event House of M.
Due to its inspiration on the WandaVision Disney+ series, there has been renewed interest in House of M. If you’re one of the many who are interested in reading this classic event, this reading order guide is what you need to help make sense of everything.
It can be hard to piece together Jason Aaron’s long Wolverine run. So you don’t have to rack your brain trying to figure it all out, I have put together this handy reading order.
This guide has everything you need to start reading the wonderful Hilda graphic novels that the Netflix series are based on.
This guide will help you get start reading the Shaman King manga series by explaining the different editions and spin-offs.
Find out everything you need to know about Reign of X. This guide explains what it is, which comics are involved, what you need to know beforehand, and points out the good jumping-on points for new readers.
Crossovers can be confusing. Luckily, the Justice League: Endless Winter Reading Order is here to make reading easy. Not only does it have the recommended reading order, but also other helpful information such as release dates, creative teams, and more.
You don’t need to read the newspaper to enjoy your favourite comic strips. Read on to find out how.
Billionaire Island is biting satire that’s aimed directly at the mega-rich. Find out why it’s a must read in this review.
Read on the find out the subtle differences between them and how you can tell them apart.
Marvel’s comic book events can be confusing. The King in Black Reading Order Checklist is here to make reading it easy. It includes the recommended reading order, tie-ins, background reading, release dates, and heaps more.
Instagram is not just about selfies and showing people what you’re about to eat. It’s also home to a thriving webcomics community, who have embraced it as their social media platform of choice. If you know where to looks, you’ll find a treasure trove of comics from a diverse range of creators, telling all kinds of stories.
Search and Destroy collects the earliest material of the classic 2000 AD series Strontium Dog. If you love The Mandalorian then you’re going to dig this.
If you’re looking to see what all the fuss is about or to do some background reading before diving into the King in Black event, then this guide is what you need. It has the recommended reading order for the regular series, specials, and Venom-centric events with plenty of notes along the way.