Millennial nostalgia drives another retro-continuity comic as J.M. DeMatteis and David Baldeón team up for new stories set in the classic era of Ben Reilly as Spider-Man.
J.M. DeMatteis Archives
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Exclusive - Writer J.M. Matteis and artist Mike Cavallaro have brought their new series, Impossible, Incorporated, to IDW Publishing.
Scooby Apocalypse focuses in on the struggle of Daphne and Fred in clearing out the mall of the "Consumerites" while Shaggy and Velma eagerly await their return. Is it a good read?
Taking a look at the character of Nightmare Nurse, who was introduced into the Arrowverse in the Constantine: City of Demons animated series.
The Matt Ryan lead Constantine animated series has been given a release date and a connection to both the Arrowverse and the previous live-action NBC series.
Blue Beetle is sent to the future with Teri, the Flash of 3001. Now the two must join the Justice League of 3001 in fighting the Legion of Doom. Is it good?
It’s disappointing to say, but Blue Beetle #11 is a very disposable issue. It is glacially slow, and it wraps up a story that was pretty much over already.
As part of the new Justice League: Gods And Monsters animated movie from Bruce Timm, DC has released a new digital comic series giving us more background
By Hilton Collins The past 30 days haven’t been bad for fans of the superhero Ted Kord from his pre-New 52 days. Thanks to stellar writing he received
Scott Derrickson is far better at twitter than I am. The director of the upcoming Doctor Strange movie posts regularly and one of his recent tweets was
Wizard World Atlanta starts today, and in keeping with some of the recent Wizard Worlds and with help from former Marvel editor and author Danny
By David Dissanayake Welcome back to the long delayed new installment of Unsung Masterpieces, the column where we unearth gorgeous hidden gems from the
By Alexander Webb Last month, I wrote a review on the mediocrity of Justice League 3000, Issue 3. I didn't see it going anywhere. I thought the
In some ways I was dreading reading The Fox #5 from Red Circle/Archie Comics, because it meant the end of the arc, and possibly the end of this