Learn everything you need to know about Miracleman’s confusing history, which has included reinventions, battles over ownership, and more.
Find out why Best of 2000 AD Volume 1 is an excellent entry point for cult anthology 2000 AD.
Looking for a new comic to read after binge-reading The Sandman? How To Love Comics has you covered with some reading recommendations.
Continuing our celebration of 2000 AD’s 45th anniversary, Olly MacNamee looks back at the anarchic D.R and Quinch, which shows that Alan Moore has a wicked sense of humour.
With all the buzz around the upcoming TV show, there’s fresh interest in the comics. But which do you read first – Watchmen or Before Watchmen? Read on to find out!
With more than 300 issues, reading Hellblazer looks like a daunting task. But with this guide, it doesn’t have to be! It’ll give you everything you need to know in order to read this classic series and then some.
This week’s feature artist is surreal J.H Williams III, best know for his experimental comic book art on series such as Batwoman, The Sandman, Batman and others. Take a look inside for a gallery of his work and reading recommendations.
In 1988 Alan Moore and Brian Bolland created a story that focused on The Joker, going into his origins and exploring his relationship with Batman. With Moore’s unnerving script, in addition to Bolland’s fantastic art, Batman: The Killing Joke is not an easy read. But it is rewarding.
This week we feature the legendary Brian Bolland, the artist best known for his work on Batman: The Killing Joke and Judge Dredd. We give you a gallery featuring a great selection of Brian Bolland art as well some reading recommendations for those who want to check out more of his art.
As it’s the 75th Anniversary of Superman this year and with the upcoming release of Man of Steel it is time to shine the spotlight on the Superman Stories you should read. Many classic stories from a variety of creators and eras.