One of the Michael Turner pages Walmart recently censored is up for auction at Heritage Auctions, form Supermna/Batman #9.
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The company announced the following; In light of the ongoing current events regarding the COVID-19 virus and its effect on the direct market, Aspen Comics will be suspending their spring and summer line-up of new releases including April's Fathom and May's Soulfire: Exiled series in an effort to assist retailers weather the current uncertainty of the market[...]
Krul and new illustrator Raffaele Forté are teaming up for all-new stories in the Soulfire saga this June! //Credit: Aspen Comics Soulfire is back with its biggest story-and greatest challenge to its heroes ever! Grace and Malikai have fought together to bring magic back to a world of technology, but now Grace is convinced that there is only[...]
Nu Way tells the story of Zihao and his journey to becoming a cyborg fighter as well as his reunion with an old friend named Cassi. Is it a good read?
Soulfire begins its new volume with Grace and her allies trying to keep magic hidden from the world. Can magic survive technology. Is it a good read?
Jirni continues with Ara and Kaspar continue to search for the latters vessel while Ara's mother, Luna, continues to struggle under forced servitude. Does it make for a good read?
Aspen Comics, the next Marvel, is celebrating the upcoming Customer Appreciation Week in the best way possible next week With all purchases over $15 on the Aspen web store, readers will receive a free rare Executive Assistant: Iris Volume 5 #1 variant cover by J Scott Campbell and Peter Steigerwald, while supplies last, of course[...]
Mythos Studios, the new company formed by Bruan and Maisel, owns a 50% stake in Aspen Comics, the maker of comics created by Turner such as Fathom and Soulfire. "Are they as popular as Superman or Batman? No," Braun said in an interview with the Times "But why do people know the name Forrest Gump? If[...]
Thor, Batman, Ninja-K, Mata Hari! What do all of these characters have in common? They all have issues coming out this week. Are they worthy of your pull box? Let's find out.
There is the Aspen Comics T&A factor, but it's less pronounced than something like Fathom They have a surprising slew of color artists, but each does good work and their style holds together well. Charismagic Vol 3 #2 is a fun and high-energy read It's not genre-defining or rising to the top of the comic industry,[...]
Krul, Jordan Gunderson (A) Alex Konat, Jordan Gunderson (CA) John Starr Celebrate 15 years of publishing with Aspen Comics in this jam-packed Worlds of Aspen Free Comic Book Day 2018 Anniversary Edition! J.T Krul and artist Alex Konat present Nu Way, set in 2051, where technology has infected every aspect of human life, and people sacrifice their flesh[...]
New series Portal Bound launches from Aspen in February 2018, and Shrugged and Charismagic start their third volumes. Check it out here.
Bubblegun has its charms, and it has intent. However, it doesn't offer anything new that other, better entries in the sci-fi action genre can't give you.
All-New Fathom is not the smart, witty, or insightful comic it wants to be. It’s not entertaining. It’s just there. It comes. It goes. Read Aquaman instead.
Some of the contributors are David Mack, Bill Sienkiewicz, Cat Staggs, Jim Calafiore, Dave Crosland, Jon Schnepp, and Frazer Irving, making for a gorgeously chilling lineup of Thing-inspired art pieces. In addition, it will be containing a foreword by horror actor, director, and writer Eli Roth, as well as words from the man himself, John Carpenter, about[...]