Scouts Honor #5 starts with a flashback that provides great room for a wonderful callback; this action-packed series finale builds wonderfully on
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Marvel Comics recently announced Marvel's Voices: Identity #1, a comic to celebrate Asian superheroes and comics creators led by Gene Luen Yang, Greg Pak,
With a gigantic dose of pulse-pounding action, this deeply mythic series is back with raised stakes and effective storytelling. The character building of
Supergirl is back in action with DC Comics' Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow, an eight part series that will be starting on June 15.
DC is celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month with the Man of Steel with Superman Smashes The Klan on DC Book Club.
Wonderbound, the Middle Grade and Young Adult imprint of Vault Comics, has announced HELLO MY NAME IS POOP, a new middle-grade graphic novel written by
America Chavez has been astonished by her otherworldly origins, her overwhelming power, her brusque manner, and her striking style. What if, however,
There’s a lot of interesting elements to Batman #108 with the Ghost-Maker first month of those events. On one hand, Batman comes face to face with his
Save a table in awards season, because here’s a new frontrunner for all your statues. The Good Asian #1 is a dazzling work of historical fiction may play
With a sweeping sense of scope, drastically reimagined responsibilities, and rock-solid characterization, it’s a new era on Oa in Green Lantern #2.
With engrossingly strong visuals and a pitch-perfect plot, this debut science fiction title balances brilliant foreshadowing with deft characterization to
Marvel's Star Wars comics will celebrate June's Pride Month with special variant covers featuring LGBTQ+ characters by LGBTQ+ artists.
One of the most entertaining things we have seen about Mandalorians is that they've become the central theme of a new Star Wars meta-story from the Mouse
The United States of Captain America #3 will feature the debut of a new Captain America in the all-new character, Joe Gomez.
Batman/Superman #17 is an extremely overwrought issue with a virtual cascade of cliches that brings heroes of different continuities together in one of