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Wolfman's Lounge Head to Head Review of Doctor Strange!

Josh:  Early November marked a significant change in the world.  Though it loomed on the distance in recent years, it still seems impossible even though the day has come and gone, and had you asked me years ago if I thought it even possible, I would have laughed and said, “Never.”  Of course, I could only be talking about one thing: 1,564 more words

December 2016

X-Men comics of December 7 2016

Follow me on Twitter (@XMenXPert). Here’s comics.

All-New Wolverine #15, by Tom Taylor, Djibril Morissette-Phan and Michael Garland. SHIELD has cut Laura off from any superhero support, which is fine, because she’s all about doing things on her own. 1,337 more words


Sony Picks Up Film Rights to A.D.: After Death

Last week I posted a review on Scott Snyder and Jeff Lemire’s brilliant new graphic novel mini-series A.D.: After Death. In which I recommend that everyone should be hopping on the first book that saw its release November 23. 79 more words


It's That Time of Year

Nothing says “Ho, Ho, Ho” quite like a bad Christmas sweater :-)

New Jane’s World comics post every Monday, Wednesday and Friday on GoComics!

Meme Mines and Meanderings - Memetic Issue 2 (2014)

Things get worse in the second issue of Boom!’s social media apocalypse.

The middle child is always the tricky one, so they say. And the middle book or film of a trilogy is often the most difficult to pull off successfully. 3,025 more words


My Comic Frames

I left the frames in my drawings blank because originally I was going to photoshop old photographs into them. I got the idea from this photo (Fig.1) found in my grans room, however I then realised that the photo’s I was planning to use wouldn’t meet the resolution spec’ and also would just look quite stupid with the aesthetic of my comic. 102 more words



by Noelle Stevenson

Rating: A

Ballister Blackheart is a supervillain working on his own until Nimona, a shape shifting girl, practically begs him to let her be his sidekick. 253 more words

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