‘The Sandman: Overture #2’ Delayed to 2014; Neil Gaiman Explains Why

Were you looking forward to the second issue of The Sandman: Overture? Judging by Eric Radvon’s glowing review, most who read the first issue are probably watering at the mouth for the second. Well, bad news. The wait just became much longer. The second issue of The Sandman: Overture will be delayed from its planned […]

COMIC REVIEW: The Sandman: Overture #1

THE SANDMAN: OVERTURE #1/ Written by NEIL GAIMAN/ Art by J.H. WILLIAMS III/ Colors by DAVE STEWART/ Letters by TODD KLEIN/ Published by VERTIGO COMICS Hello darkness, my old friend. Nearly 20 years after Neil Gaiman and company wrapped the 75-issue run of “mature reader” masterpiece, The Sandman, the Vertigo flagship title returns this week […]

The Editor’s Notes: Is DC Against Gay Marriage or Just Marriage?

The Editor’s Notes is an opinion column allowing our writers to express their honest feelings about comic books, the comic book industry, and all that it inspires. The views expressed within belong solely to their author. J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman will be walking away from their run on Batwoman because, as the […]

The Round-Up (7/18/12)

The Round-Up, 7.18.12 Edition

Welcome to The Round-Up! This week, we kick things off with Sarah Moran’s take on Saga #5. ***** SAGA #5 / Written by BRIAN K. VAUGHAN / Art by FIONA STAPLES / Published by IMAGE COMICS Review by SARAH MORAN Only five issues in and Saga is already one of my favorite books. Every character, every place in Brian […]

REVIEW: The Spider #1

Written by DAVID LISS Art by COLTON WORLEY Letters by SIMON BOWLAND Despite the title, this is about as far from Spider-Man as you can get. For those unfamiliar with the character, the Spider was a pulp-magazine vigilante hero, created in 1933. Wearing a hat and cape, Richard Wentworth would prowl the streets as the […]