Panels on Pages has an advance look at the second chapter of the Katusha trilogy and looks at how it tops its predecessor.
Wayne Vansant goes from The ‘Nam to World War II Russia with the stunningly detailed and very involved first volume of the Katusha trilogy.
Here it is! Ultra Comics: the cursed comic that has been haunting the worlds of Multiversity is here and once again it’s time for the Multiversity Review & Analysis.
In a weekend where #PoPCSR goes back in time, we have the opportunity to review the Kickstarter smash by the acclaimed creative team behind Secret Six, Gail Simone and Jim Calafiore. Is there such a thing as leaving the reader wanting too much?
Last night, PoP’s own, Kelly Harrass, sat through all three hours of WWE Raw and kept a running commentary of the show. These are his uncut and unedited thoughts. He’s sorry that he did this.
This month in Multiversity, Grant Morrison and Jim Lee bring us the story of what happened on Earth-10 when Superman landed in Nazi Germany and Kelly Harrass is here to break it all down.
This issue of Multiversity harkens back to the days when official handbooks were all the rage. This time around, the guidebook and the comics within are very important to the future of the DCU.
Want to read a comic about a punk band that becomes a group of zombies and dismembers members of One Million Moms on stage? Toe Tag Riot might be for you then.
On January 4th New Japan Pro Wrestling held their version of WrestleMania; Wrestle Kingdom 9. Kelly Harrass brings us a review of the show and tells you why you need to see it.
It’s the time of the month for another issue of Multiversity and this time around we get the best Captain Marvel comic in quite some time. Grant Morrison and Cameron Stewart knock this comic out of the park.
Multiversity: Pax Americana may be one of the most dense single issues ever written. This month’s Multiversity analysis will go through the issue scene by scene to get everything out of it.