Stephanie Brown shed her identity as the Spoiler and became the third Batgirl in this delightful book that was cut too short thanks to the New 52. She’s a different kind of ‘Batgirl’, and that is most certainly a good thing.
Category: Hidden Gems
Meet “Think Tank”, an Image title just as worthy of your praise as any other television-adapted title or critical darling on the market. Realism, intrigue, espionage, modern warfare, romance, and comedy all blended together with very real elements of science in the military.
This is a story of sacrifice and betrayal and of good people dying in stupid pointless ways and it stars no Transformers characters you’ve ever heard of. It’s also one of the greatest Transformers stories since IDW took over the property.
Like ‘Downton Abbey’? If so, do yourself a favor and pick up ‘Agent Gates and the Secret Adventures of Devonton Abbey’. You’re welcome.
A book titled after the redheaded stepchild of 90′s comics has a lot stacked against it. but can a book starring the original imperfect clone of Peter Parker move beyond that character’s humble beginnings? You’re damn right. Scarlet Spider is really good.
Rust: Visitor in the Field is an excellent all age’s book set in an alternative past where robots fought wars in place of men and farming was still a way of life. The stunning art tells most of the story and makes this book a must have for everyone.
In the middle of their landmark Daredevil run, Bendis and Maleev slowed the pace for an extremely creepy, yet character driven horror story the likes of which Daredevil hasn’t seen since this one. It’s a masterclass in comics storytelling.
Humanitarian, baseball great, husband, and father. These are just some words that describe Roberto Clemente. Author and illustrator Wilfred Santiago takes a look at the life and tragic death of this remarkable man in this fantastic graphic novel.