It’s almost the end of the year, which means that everybody is coming out with their “Best of” listicles. So why not go with the flow? Here is what I think are the best comic books of 2016, in no particular order.
Yesterday, the first volume of Tom King and Gabriel Hernandez Walta’s The Vision came out. The first volume was called “Little Worse Than A Man.” The second volume will be called “Little Better Than A Beast.” This is a quote from William Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice:
The All-New, All-Different Marvel officially launched in October 2015, meaning that it has now been nine months since it began. However, Marvel is already preparing for their next relaunch in the wake of Civil War II called Marvel NOW. So let’s take a look back at all the All-New, All-Different books and check out…
Well, Marvel is certainly killing it these days. Of all the issues I bought, all but two were Marvel and almost all of the Marvel issues were incredibly good. So let’s dive into it, shall we? Here are some of the comics for the week of 2/3/16.
With the Age of Ultron set to premiere in the US this coming Friday, it’s a good time to look at his comic book origins. I thought I would share some of what I feel are good stories you could check out to get a feel for Ultron’s origins. While far from comprehensive, this is a good primer if you wanted to familiarize…
In Avengers #57, cover date October 1968, one of Marvel Comics' greatest characters debuted. In a plot to destroy the team, Ultron built and programmed an android powerful enough to destroy the team. As the robot attacked them, the Wasp called him an "unearthly, inhuman vision" and a legend was born.