Each month I like to showcase a batch of new comics that you should be reading this month. I try and make it varied, mixing up creative directions, genres and different storytelling to have something that will appeal to everyone. March sees a mixture of child robots, time-travel, over-the-top 80s fashion, detective ducks and much more.
With the top-notch creative team of Jeff Lemire (Sweet Tooth, Animal Man) and Matt Kindt (Mind MGMT) and art by the kinetic Paolo Rivera (Daredevil), this four part miniseries aims to be a great jumping on point for those who have never read any Valiant comics before. Take a look inside to find out more about this series and read a lengthy preview of the first issue.
This is a list 13 new comic books that you should be reading this December. With a great mix of storytelling, publishers and genres there is definitely something here for everyone.
While you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover it doesn’t mean that you can’t admire it. Each month I find what I believe are the best comic covers. In August’s batch of comic covers is a real mix bag, with many different styles, publishers and genres of comics, but all of them great.
Trinity War is DC Comics’ big crossover event for 2013 that ties into many of DC’s biggest series. To avoid confusion, I have created an easy checklist guide detailing suggested reading order, tie-ins and even the release dates for each issue.
This week sees the print release of Adventures of Superman #1, a digital-first series of short Superman stories set out of continuity. Made by top level creators, The Adventures of Superman is a great for anyone who wants to read a short self contained Superman story without having to worry about continuity. Check out the covers and the preview inside.
The Green Arrow has never been a major player in the DC Comics universe but with CW’s Arrow television show his popularity and awareness has grown exponentially. So if you have seen Arrow and want read more adventures of Oliver Queen, these 6 stories you should read.