The ongoing series, written by Tom Taylor puts the Friendly Neighborhood in "Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man." Every issue from this series is very well written, further solidifying my opinion that Tom Taylor is an absolutely fantastic comic book writer. Tom Taylor and the illustrator, Juann Cabal, create very touching and visually pleasing stories. This series is bound to make you feel many emotions, you'll laugh, you'll feel sad, and everything in between.
May 1st kicked off the DC's newest event with DCeased #1, which gives us the beginning of what will be a zombie outbreak in the DC Universe! This event is basically DC's version of Marvel: Zombies, and will likely give us zombie versions of our favorite DC superheroes. The first issue is written by Tom Taylor, the writer of the critically acclaimed Injustice (Years 1-3) comic book series. Meanwhile, the artists are Trevor Hairsine, Stefano Gaudiano and James Harren.
For those of you who have read or are reading Batman Who Laughs, then you know exactly who the Grim Knight is and how he differs from the Batman we are all familiar with. This post is going to go over this Batman's origin, and what I like about the character.
Ever since Weapon H was created in 2018, I've been hoping that he would fight either Wolverine, Hulk, or both because the character is a mix of the two. So when I saw that Hulkverines came out I was pretty excited. The story is written by Greg Pak with Ario Anindito doing the art. The title is connected to the Weapon H title and the current Immortal Hulk—run by Al Ewing. Before we get into the story though, let's talk about Weapon H because he is not a well-known character.
The Young Justice comic book series has re-started in time with the debut of Young Justice season three. However, the two are not connected. Between the show and the comics, we find that the team roster is different. This post will focus primarily on the newest member of Young Justice, Teen Lantern. The introduction of this character raises quite a few questions.
Most people that are familiar with Batman know that he usually has a sidekick at his side, a Robin. Over the years there have been a number of Robins that have fought crime with Batman. In this post, we are going to talk about Batman's second Robin, Jason Todd. The character has gone through many changes throughout his publication history and has had many alter-egos in the past. We are going to go over all of the various personas that Jason Todd has used since his debut as Robin all the way up to the present day.