Learn everything you need to know about The Bone Orchard Mythos’ shared horror comics universe with this extensive guide.
This month’s list features an eclectic mix of legal documents, kung-fu heroes, punk rock ghosts, TV witches and intergalactic wars.
If you haven’t been paying attention to the comic book news or solicitations crossover events such as this can be confusing to follow. To make reading easy I’ve put together the Inhumans Vs X-Men Reading Order Guide. This includes a list of all the issues involved, tie-ins, creative teams, release dates and more.
In 2008 Mark Millar, Steve McNiven and Marvel introduced the world to a very different version of Wolverine, the one of the distant (and alternate) future. With this version inspiring the upcoming ‘Logan’ film I have put together a reading order for this aged version of Marvel’s favourite mutant.
This month we see a slew of annuals, beginnings of new stories and even a reprint of some classic Captain America to dive into.
As comic events can sometimes be a bit confusing, I’ve created the 4001 A.D. Reading Order Guide. This handy guide not only gives you a reading order but also lists the creative teams, release dates and tie-ins involved for this futuristic event.
Comic book events can sometimes be confusing, especially when the event decided to opt for a different style of storytelling. That’s why I’ve created the X-Men: Apocalypse Wars Reading Guide. This allows give you everything you need to know to get started with this X-event from the issues it entails, how to read it, creative teams and release dates.
Each month I like to showcase a batch of new comics that you should be reading. This month there’s Amazonian origins, barbarian refreshes, a lesbian werewolf, Jedi, superhero bromance and much more.
Throughout December I asked the How to Love Comics Community to vote for the comics and graphic novels that they loved in 2015. Many of you voted and as a result there were more than 120 different comics voted for. Continue reading to find what made the top 10.
Each month I like to showcase a batch of new comics that you should be reading. I try and make it varied, mixing up creative ideas, genres and different storytelling to create a list that will have something that will appeal to everyone. This month we have witches, decapitated heads, an emerald archer, Deadpool taking on Thanos, futuristic parkour and much more.