Now that Richard Donner and Quentin Tarantino have dipped their toes into the medium, here are six more well-regarded auteurs that could write some truly kick-ass comic tales.
It’s hard getting into Japanese wrestling. Why not try with the six best matches from the first three nights of the G1 Climax tournament? There’s no better time than now!
Seth Rollins’ WWE debut with the Shield wasn’t his first shocking debut. What happened in his first appearance in Ring of Honor that was so shocking they didn’t air it on pay-per-view? Read more to find out…
For one night in 2005, fans didn’t care about workrate or storylines. They wanted to be transported back to a time when men fought to see who the better man was. And they were given that in the form of Samoa Joe vs. Kenta Kobashi.
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.
Bestselling novelist Joe Hill conquers another literary medium with the first volume of his universally acclaimed IDW series .
Before John Byrne reinvented him in the late Eighties, the pre-CRISIS Man of Steel received a wonderfully-crafted sendoff courtesy of a young Alan Moore that would become one of the greatest Superman stories ever published.
The dollar bins of your local comic shop can be a goldmine for good, cheap comics. Find out about three Hidden Gems from Ed Brubaker’s career that ended up in those very bins.
OCEAN’S 11 meets THE HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL in this first trade collection of this addictive new horror title from Image.
Thor, the God of Thunder, takes on Gorr, the God Butcher in this fantastic story that kicked off this Marvel NOW relaunch. If you’re wondering what this new villain has in mind for Thor, it’s in his name.
We were all looking forward to the talented director of SHAUN OF THE DEAD and THE WORLD’S END helming a Marvel movie, but perhaps Edgar Wright’s departure from the Ant-Man movie is the best thing for all the involved parties.
Chikara makes its proper return in 48 hours, and we here at the Pop!-ulation couldn’t be happier. Check out 6 reasons you won’t regret jumping on board now!