Today, DC Comics unveiled their new “edgy” imprint, “DC Black Label.” It will include darker stories done by a variety of well-known writers and artists including:
Not every comic is going to be well known, not even ones by famous comic book creators. Sometimes it’s from before they got famous or sometimes it’s after, they are just simply overshadowed by other things they have created. Here are some books from famous comic book creators that may have slipped under your radar.
As I stated in one of the comments on the Superheroes and Identity Irresponsibility post, Matt Murdock has had a hell of a time keeping his secret identity intact. Here is a list of all the various moments that his secret identity has been compromised.
Have you ever seen yourself watching a film, reading a comic, playing a video game that was promoted as old school or retro? It’s not as uncommon nowadays as many games like Rogue Legacy and Shovel Knight try to homage and take their style from the 8-bit era. Films like Hostel and Cabin Fever were promoted as retro…
SHIELD is back, and after promises of increased Marvel connections, increased drama and overall increased fun, did they deliver? Not entirely, but there were still comic book secrets hidden in "TAHITI," including the truth about GH-325.