It’s a bummer when a comic is bad. It’s even worse when a genuinely great comic bums you out with weird presentation.
The Sinestro Corps War is a prime example of event comics done right. In this edition of the Green Lantern Reread we look at five reason why this story is so well done.
Joyce Summers learns the truth about Dawn, and Riley and Buffy’s relationship reaches a major crossroads in these two key Season Five installments.
The Green Lantern Reread keeps on rolling as Kelly Harrass looks at the adventures leading up to the epic Sinestro Corps War. I hope you’re ready for some Cyborg Superman, lost Lanterns, and Star Sapphires.
The Bargain is one of many Kickstarter success stories – a humble book that wound up beating the snot out of its goal. After reading the end result, Panels on Pages can say it earned every bit of its funding and then some. Come take a look at how well the final product turned out.
Spike’s origin is finally revealed and an unseen menace plagues Buffy’s mom as Season Five continues to enthrall.
Japanese wrestling legend, Jushin Liger, has a little known alter ego named Kishin Liger. What made Liger take a more violent road in a match with the Great Muta? Find out in the first installment of Wrestling School.
What happens when Green Lantern fights the Manhunters, a super evolved shark, the Black Hand, Gremlins, Mongul, and Mongul’s sister? You get the first nine issues of Geoff Johns run on the ongoing series.
The truth behind the mysteries surrounding both Dawn and Tara are finally revealed, as is the main villain of Season Five. Plus, a future multiple Oscar nominee pops by for a guest appearance.
Be safe tonight, folks. It’s all fun and games until someone loses a finger.
Bestselling novelist Joe Hill conquers another literary medium with the first volume of his universally acclaimed IDW series .
Kelly Harrass is rereading Geoff Johns’ Green Lantern run and he’s giving you his thoughts on all of it, starting with the six issues that kicked off the run; Green Lantern: Rebirth.
Xander and Riley both experience distinct and unusual identity crises and Spike uncovers some deep dark truths about his feelings toward the Slayer.