Tags » Greg Rucka

1974: OMAC, The Original Master's Awesome Classic

When I was looking at 1974 the big creations in comics were Wolverine and Punisher, but I thought; why look at characters that everybody knows, and that I don’t care that much about. 1,457 more words


Review - Lazarus Volume 3: Conclave TP (Image Comics)

Publisher: Image Comics
Writer: Greg Rucka
Artist: Michael Lark
Release Date: 18th March, 2015 418 more words


The Dark Side of the Funny Books

You’re never too old for comic books, but I’m too old for the same old comic books.   I grew up on superheroes but I’ve aged out of Superman, Spider-Man and The X-Men the same way I aged out of Kool-Aid, … 1,292 more words

Music. Movies. Media. More.

Review – Lazarus Vol. 3: Conclave by Greg Rucka and Michael Lark

Conclave is the third volume in Greg Rucka and Michael Lark’s sci-fi epic Lazarus, and the series continues to fire on all cylinders, seamlessly blending fascinating world-building with character development, and a labyrinth plot. 366 more words


Disney Is Hiding Easter Eggs For 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Across 20 New Books

Are you the kind of person who combs through every piece of media about a franchise, looking for hints and clues? Well, better clear some room on the ol’ credit card because Disney is putting out a whole bunch of new books for you to pore over obsessively. 187 more words


Detective 865 - how Jeremiah Arkham became Black Mask, and the Question ends

David Hine and Jeremy Haun conclude the look at Jeremiah Arkham in Detective 865 (July 2010).

Jeremiah’s three special patients never existed at all.  They were all hallucinations, which is quite staggering, considering the elaborate back stories they were given in earlier tales.  332 more words

DC Comics