Everything is HUSH-HUSH around Fight For Comics Tower. Marvel’s new event is such a secret, that the guys don’t even want each other to know what they think about it.
The warriors surf through time, the cosmos, and the rooftops of Manhattan to bring you this weeks books.
Tagged Dan Slott, dark horse, dinosuars, ei8ht, Laura Allred, legend of zelda, Marvel, Mike Allred, mike johnson, Rafael Albuquerque, robbie thompson, silk, Silver Surfer, Spider Man, stacey lee
Vampires in comics. Are they awesome or do they suck?
Tagged 1 Month 2 Live, Allan Heinberg, Allen Martinez, American Vampire, Andrea Mutti, Batgirl, Batman, Bryan Q. Miller, Children's Crusade, Daytripper, Desolation Jones, Fãbio Moon, Gabriel Bã, Grant Morrison, J.H. Williams III, James Stokoe, Jim Cheung, Koi Turnbull, Lee Garbett, Mark Irwin, Orc Stain, Rafael Albuquerque, Rick Remender, Rob Williams, Robert Rodi, Scott Snyder, Shawn Moll, Simone Bianchi, The Black Glove, Thor, Tony Daniels, Trevor Scott, True Blood, Warren Ellis, X-Men
The Warriors spotlight the superhero crime book Powers by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming. Books Reviewed: Green Lantern # (DC Comics) Written Geoff Johns; Art by Doug Mahnke Hellblazer #265 (Vertigo) Written by Peter Milligan; Art by Simon Bisley Locke & Key: Crown of Shadows #4 (IDW) Written …
Tagged Adam Geen, Alex Maleev, American Vampire, Andy Clarke, Batman and Robin, Brian Michael Bendis, Dark Avengers, Doug Mahnke, Gabriel Bã, Gabriel Rodriguez, Geoff Johns, Gerard Way, Grant Morrison, Green Lantern, Hellblazer, J. Michael Straczynski, Jesus Saiz, Joe Hill, Locke & Key, Mark Millar, Michael Avon Oeming, Mike Deodato, Nemesis, Nick Spencer, Peter Milligan, Powers, Rafael Albuquerque, Scott Hanna, Scott Snyder, Shuddertown, Simon Bisley, Spider-Woman, Stephen King, Steve McNiven, The Brave and the Bold, Umbrella Academy