The main problem with Vampirella #1 is this issue creates more questions than answers, but the amount of potential here warrants giving Cornell more time to develop what direction this series is actually going to take.
Vampirella returns from the dead once more, in this revamp (no pun intended) from Knight and Squire creators Paul Cornell & Jimmy Broxton.
This fun,action-packed issue celebrates Squirrel Girl’s 25th anniversary by taking us back in time to see some of Doreen Green’s previous birthdays.
Not a dream! Not an imaginary story! Not a Civil War II tie-in, thank goodness! Can you handle the tale of Mole Man wooing Squirrel Girl, True Believers?!
After The God of Mischief averts a terrorist attack, many Americans are ready to Vote Loki in 2016. But will he run? And will he run as a her?
For longer than most sentient races can remember, The Green Lantern Corps have served as an intergalactic peace-keeping force. Chosen from those few souls truly capable of overcoming great fear, The Green Lanterns are empowered by advanced alien technology that responds to the will of the wielder. Yet despite the ancient legacy of The Corps, […]
Thomas Blake. AKA Catman. A soldier of fortune who prefers cats to other animals and other animals to most people. Lori Zechlin. AKA Black Alice. An innocent goth grrrrl possessed by dark magics she can’t understand or control. Damon Wells. AKA Big Shot. A private eye of the old-school, with a broken heart of gold […]
When you open the book you begin to hear it. Familiar electric chords. The opening notes to a familiar melody of Saturday morning. It is the sound of your childhood returning. I had not realized the full scope of the Secret Wars event until reading X-Men ‘92. Marvel has taken the old comic trope of […]