A title that got a only passable rating as part of #PoPCSR gets a second look in a slightly different format. Inside: The story of Shadowflame/The Wraith and the hindrances of ComiXology’s Guided View.
PoP!’s resident Grant Morrison guy, Kelly Harrass, dives into the first issue of Multiversity. He gives you a spoiler free review if you haven’t read it and tons of analysis for those that already plowed through it.
What could have been a simple hokey gimmick miniseries has turned out to be one of the biggest sleeper hits of the year (and an ongoing, no less!).
Our last stop on the Doc Unknown tour sees a collection of standalone stories that flesh out this hero and the world around it. See inside how this volume fares against the other two reviewed as part of #PoPCSR.
PoP continues its extended look at the ComiXology and Kickstarter sensation Doc Unknown with a look at a primary villainand a textbook in how to tell the story of a villain to be empathized with and hated at the same time
Writer: Fabian Rangel Jr. Artist: Ryan Cody Doc Unknown was another early (as in the second title ever reviewed) favorite in the #CS100: “Doc Unknown” – Good, pulpy stuff. A lighter-hearted “Shadow” and a throwback to simpler times. Well done @FabianRangelJr @ryancody #CS100 — Michael Melchor (@MMelchor) March 14, 2014 Doc Unknown – and to […]
Watson & Holmes may not have won any Eisners this weekend, but it won or hearts early on in the #CS100. Find out why with our review of the first collected edition of the modern-day Sherlock Holmes reimagining.
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.
One of the #PoPCSR reviews gets a backstory that turns out to be rich and captivating. Learn more about why Brian Viasggio’s “Stronghold” is an excellent start to what looks to be a fascinating ongoing story of superpowers, political intrigue, and the fight for freedom.
Combo Rangers: We Are Heroes was set to be a regular #PoPCSR review on the PoP Twitter feed…until the realization set in that a mere 140 (or even 280) characters would not be enough to describe this book. Find out why inside.
Bad Influence invade the wortld of Aw Yeah! comics. Hijinks ensue. Check out more on one of the most fun reads of the year.
Over the past twenty years DC has set a high standard when it comes to animated series and movies. In their latest release they are once again adapting a well known Batman story. Does the animated feature continue the quality or does it fall short?
Kelly Harrass takes a look at the first issue of a new era of Solar: Man of the Atom. With the Gold Key property now at Dynamite Entertainment, the creative team of Frank Barbiere and Joe Bennett are making some changes to the character.
Marvel Studios and the Russo Brothers take elements from what is arguably the greatest modern Cap storyline to make a tense and thoroughly entertaining game changer that is sure to affect the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe.