Eternal Warrior has appeared a few times in our coverage, but never in a starring role – until now. Read on to find out more about this excellent jumping-on point.
So you don’t miss out on any of the action, take a look below at the Firefly: Blue Sun Rising Reading Order. It has all the details you need to know so you can start reading this big Firefly event.
If you’re loving The Mandalorian on Disney+ and you need more Star Wars bounty hunter action in your life then you’ve come to the right place. Boba Fett has many awesome comics which detail his bounties and this list highlights five of his best.
With the Age of Republic completed, Marvel is moving into the new age of Star Wars history with Age of Rebellion, which will explore the much-loved original Star Wars trilogy. Read on to find out more.
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!
As crossovers can sometimes be confusing, I have put together the Weapons Of Mutant Destruction Reading Order Checklist to help make sense of everything. Not only does it have the reading order, but also background reading, creative teams and release dates too. No need to Hulk out just figuring out how to read this crossover anymore!
Throughout 2017 DC Comics will be paying tribute to the great Jack Kirby with The Kamandi Challenge. This special miniseries, bursting with some of comics’ best creatives, will bring the long dormant Kamandi comic series back in a very interesting manner. So you can have everything in order I have created the The Kamandi Challenge Reading Guide. This simple guide gives you everything you need to know from release dates to creative teams and more.
With Doctor Strange hitting the big screen later this week, you might be curious as to what Doctor Strange comic book stories you should read. To feed that curiosity I’ve put together this list of 8 Doctor Strange stories you should read. The result is a collection of stories that range from some of his earliest up until his current adventures with many more sprinkled in between.
Looking for something new to read? This month’s list feature a particular squad that will be in cinemas later this week, a new thriller by a superstar duo, the king of all monsters and more.
Starting in October Marvel will be launching ~60 new series under the banner of All-New, All-Different Marvel. In this extensive guide I go through each comic series and tell you everything you need to know from premise of each series, creative teams and more.
In June Superman’s life is getting a huge shake-up with his identity exposed, a new costume and him coming to terms with a new power which all leaves him essentially human for short periods of time. These changes will be explored in the upcoming “Truth” storylines, which will encompass Superman, Action Comics, Batman/Superman and Superman/Wonder Woman. To make this Superman event easier to digest I have created the Superman: Truth Reading Guide, which lists all the titles involved, lead-in titles, dates, creative teams and more.
In a third week in a row, DC Comics have released original sneak peek stories aimed at being new reader friendly. This week features stories for Batman Beyond, Batman/Superman, Catwoman, Gotham Academy, Grayson, Martian Manhunter, New Suicide Squad, Robin: Son of Batman, Secret Six and Teen Titans.
In a second week in a row, DC Comics have released original sneak peek stories aimed at being new reader friendly. This week features stories for Action Comics, Batmite, Aquaman, Bizarro, Deathstroke, Dr Fate, Gotham by Midnight, Green Lantern: Lost Army, Justice League 3001 and Lobo.
Every month I like to showcase the best graphic novel releases of the month, focusing on stories that those new to comics can dive into. For February I have highlighted 10 releases which are all a bit different from each other. Many different genres are represented including science fiction, noir, manga, biography, superhero, horror and fantasy.