Are you reading East of West? Jonathan Hickman’s new scifi/Western Image series starring the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, where Death is the hero and he's hunting down the U.S. president? No? Well, the first trade comes out on September 11th, so you better get on that. Then there’s more DC villains, more Marvel … »
With the Trinity War over, DC’s bad guys are stealing the spotlight (possibly literally) in a month-long event that begins this week. Meanwhile, The Star Wars finally arrives, the X-Men have their time-traveling-est adventure yet, and Jonathan Hickman’s “sacrilicious” new series arrives, all in this week's comics! »
This is going to be a great year for comic book movies — but it's also shaping up to be a fantastic year for comics as well. There are tons of inventive, strange and just plain thrilling comics coming out in 2013. Including a Sandman prequel, a new DC Universe mega-event, Greg Rucka creating a brand new heroine, and a… »
It's Comics We Crave here, back again with your Wednesday comic haul. Let's kick things off with this week's #1 issues. First off, one of the more promising scifi debuts this week is Manhattan Project by Jonathan Hickman and Nick Pitarra, which is about secret World War II weird science projects: »
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, here's an exclusive sneak peek at the interiors of the next issue of Fantastic Four.
This issue follows the big reveal of Fantastic Four #600 — the heroes are under attack by a bevy of cosmic foes and a certain somebody returns (this homecoming was probably spoiled in your local newspaper). »
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, here's a sneak peek at the next issue of writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Dustin Weaver's gonzo secret society miniseries S.H.I.E.L.D. The fourth issue of this miniseries delves deeper into the history of the Marvel Universe and sees real-life historical figures wielding bad attitudes and… »
At least two things happened in the worlds of science and fiction last week: one was cool and the other was crap.
Coolest attempt to make fun of venture capitalists while also making fun of Florida and telling an awesome story about human enhancement technologies: Issue number two of Jonathan Hickman's snarky,… »
What would happen if the Catholic Church sent a team of time-traveling mercenaries to 4th Century Rome with the aim of changing history to prevent the rise of any other religion? Find out in the new series Pax Romana from comic creator Jonathan Hickman, whose setup seems intended intended to get notice via controversy… »