comics

From Marvel to DC, Geeks explores the popular and independant comic titles in the geek universe.

  • Joshua Sanchez
    Published 10 days ago
    SKYWARD Vol. 3: An underwhelming finale

    SKYWARD Vol. 3: An underwhelming finale

    Skyward Vol. 3 is the final volume in the Skyward series by Joe Henderson and Lee Garbett and it wraps up Willa Fowler's quest to fix a world where gravity no longer exists. The story picks up with Willa along with Barrow trying to stop Lucas from destroying her hometown of Chicago with an army of angry farmers riding on giant man-eating butterflies. At the same time, Willa is also following clues that her father left behind hoping to find a way to "fix the world" by restoring gravity.
  • Joel Eisenberg
    Published 15 days ago
    Is There a 12-Step Program for Sci-Fi Addicts?
  • Film Things
    Published 18 days ago
    The difficult balancing act of 'Fan Service'

    The difficult balancing act of 'Fan Service'

    *BIG spoilers for The Rise of Skywalker and a little one from the Mandalorian.
  • Paco Taylor
    Published 2 months ago
    16 Times Comic Book Artists Absolutely Rocked Hip-Hop Album Cover Art

    16 Times Comic Book Artists Absolutely Rocked Hip-Hop Album Cover Art

    From that special moment in time way back in 1979, when Sugar Hill Gang rapper Big Bank Hank waxed poetic about the mack game that he’d once spit to Superman’s girlfriend, reporter Lois Lane, the long-running love affair that the hip-hop generation has with comic books was virtually set in stone.
  • Alexandrea Sams
    Published 4 months ago
    Joker

    Joker

    As the Joker movie (that no one in any way asked for or wanted) comes out, I think it is important to take a look at comic book Joker’s origins and story lines. The Joker first appeared in the debut issue of Batman in April of 1940. He was originally supposed to be a single-issue villain but was editorially spared by Whitney Ellsworth. In his original comic book appearances, the Joker is introduced as a psychopath with a sadistic sense of humor. It was not until the 1950s that he became more of a prankster.
  • Briana Jenkins
    Published 4 months ago
    Comics' Hottest Characters
  • Fandom Scribe
    Published 4 months ago
    Top 3 Romance/Drama Webtoons

    Top 3 Romance/Drama Webtoons

    Webcomics are easily accessible, update weekly, and have a large variety of stories to select from. Out of all the numerous genres available, the romance/drama genre takes the cake, being by far the most favorable by fans and creators alike. Memorable characters, laugh-out-loud comedy, plot twists, and visual pleasures await you in these top three romance/drama webcomics found on LINE WEBTOON!
  • Clark-Joseph Kent
    Published 4 months ago
    Robotics Nightmare: Cybernetic Enhancements to the Future
  • Clark-Joseph Kent
    Published 4 months ago
    The Martian Manhunter: Most Overpowered Character in DC?

    The Martian Manhunter: Most Overpowered Character in DC?

    Hey guys! Today, we talk about a character that is very important to the DC Universe. He has been around in every major incarnation of The Justice League, down to the New 52 continuity. He is the last survivor from the Green Martians' race of Mars. The Last Martian. Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you: The Martian Manhunter.
  • Hayley Dodwell
    Published 4 months ago
    Do You Remember 'Twinkle Annuals'?

    Do You Remember 'Twinkle Annuals'?

    Twinkle Annuals, which were especially for little girls. Twinkle started as a Comics Magazine in 1968 until 1999, with an Annual every year from 1970, and its last was in the year 2003. The Annual contained stories of regular characters, and some new ones, all illustrated with beautiful pictures. Fun, colourful, perfect for a little girls' imaginations. There were also some puzzles pages and pictures to colour in, very exciting for a child! The Annuals were printed and published by D.C. Thomson & Co. In 2012 Royal Mail issued a special stamp of Twinkle, to celebrate Twinkle's history!
  • Shaun Pond
    Published 4 months ago
    Are Comic Books Finally Great Again?

    Are Comic Books Finally Great Again?

    Comic books have had a rough go of it in recent years. Despite the booming big screen business that has seen Marvel, and to a lesser extent DC, dominate the box office, the printed counterparts to these cinematic capers have struggled to make the same connection with the modern audience.
  • Clark-Joseph Kent
    Published 5 months ago
    The Source

    The Source

    DC cosmology is made up of a pantheon of gods, cosmic beings, space patrol police officers, superheroes, and alien species. Within this DC Universe, as defined by the DC comics relaunchDC Rebirth, stands the Source at the edge of the DC Universe, beyond the Source Wall. It lies at the edge of the Promethean Galaxy behind the Source Wall, which is ornate with the mummified statues of great beings that have attempted to breach the Source Wall.