In this edition of Clearing Out the Backlog, Kelly remembers Darwyn Cooke, the amazing artist that the world recently lost to a battle with cancer.
Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok present an event that breaks modern rules by being self-contained and (mostly) comprehensible while maintaining an epic feel.
Brenden Fletcher and Annie Wu take on the tough task of combining music with comics and present a shining take on a classic DC character.
This Cold-War era superhero thriller is the near-forgotten arc from the creative team that gave us “A Death In The Family.”
Tom Taylor and Ethan Van Sciver attempt to salvage the mess left behind by “Green Lantern: Lost Army.”
In this edition of the column, Kelly manages to tie together Jaco the Galactic Patrolman and Batman: Snow with a poem by Frank O’Hara. If anything, click the link to look at some Seth Fisher art.
This week we take a look at Arthur Suydam’s The New Adventures of Cholly and Flytrap, the first volume of DC’s recent Batgirl relaunch, and an issue of Amazing Spider-Man featuring Fastlane.
In this debut column, we look at Superman Adventures issues 16 & 19, Starlight vol. 1, the Avengers 100th Anniversary special, Master of Kung Fu issue 26, and the Garth Ennis/Steve Dillon Hellblazer Special.
The final issue of The Multiversity is here and we’ve got our final piece breaking down the issue. What happened with the Gentry and was Kelly right about Superman? Find out inside!
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.
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.
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.