This week the boys unwittingly open a portal to hell. Bogus!
Tagged andy belanger, Becky Cloonan, bill & ted, Bill Crabtree, Boom Studios, Brian Churilla, Chip Zdarsky, Cullen Bunn, Dave Stewart, hell, hellbreak, howard the duck, Image Comics, Joe Quinones, Lee Loughridge, Marvel Comics, Oni Press, rico renzi, Sixth Gun, southern cross, Tyler Crook
The Wednesday Warriors go for the gold but test positive for bath salts in this post olympic spectacular.
Tagged Batman, Becky Cloonan, Brian Wood, Conan, Daredevil, Fantastic Four, Gambit, Godzilla, Joe Kubert, Legion Lost, Scott Snyder, The Creep, The Massive, Venom
Fight for Comics review of Becky Cloonan’s stunning self-published book, The Mire. Picked up at SDCC this year, Bryton gives us his take on why this book is so hauntingly good.
The warriors discuss DC’s forever (and ever) long event, Blackest Night. Sean Black also talks about his adventures at Wonder Con 2010. The Warriors also take an in-depth look at Jonathan Hickman’s new S.H.I.E.L.D. #1. Books Reviewed: Blackest Night (DC Comics) Written Geoff Johns; Art by Ivan Reis, Oclair Albert, …
Tagged Batman & Robin, Becky Cloonan, Ben Templesmith, Bernard Chang, Black Metal, Blackest Night, Brian Wood, Cable, Carey Malloy, Chuck BB, Codebreakers, Cory Walker, Demo, Duane Swierczynski, Dustin Weaver, Fell, Flash Secret Files, Frank Quitely, Gary Frank, Geoff Johns, Grant Morrison, Invincible Returns, Ivan Reis, James Robinson, Jason Aaron, Jason Keith, Javier Pina, Joe Prado, John Sibal, Jonathan Hickman, Juan Vlasco, Matt Fraction, Oclair Albert, Paco Medina, Rick Spears, Robert Kirkman, Ron Garney, Ryan Ottley, S.H.I.E.L.D., Scott Godlewski, Scott Kollins, Secret Warriors, Stefano Caselli, Superman, Superman: Secret Origin, Terry Dodson, Uncanny X-Men, Warren Ellis, Wolverine: Weapon X