Vine is a great example of why reading a book past just the first issue can be a benefit. Find out why inside.
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.
Multiversity is back with Earth-16 and the tabolid heroes of The Just as told by Grant Morrison and Ben Oliver. Read in horror as the Gentry try to work their way into a universe without Superman.
In his new mixtape, STN MTN, and EP, Kauai, Childish Gambino continues the story of The Boy that he started in Because the Internet. The music is good, but is the concept album running too long?
Kelly Harrass takes a look at 18 comics from the week of October 8th. He takes a look at Avengers, Batman, Sex Criminals, Blacksad, Amazing Spider-Man, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, and more!
Multiversity is back with another issue and this time we’re looking at the Society of Super-Heroes from Earth-20. The Society wages war against another Earth as the attack on the multiverse continues.
Dynamite Entertainment and Dark Horse Comics have teamed up to bring together a pop culture icon and one of the most recognizable characters in comics. Click to see if the pairing works or if it goes out like the latest Sin City film.
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