Ben and Daniel spoil Hellboy!
Resident Alien: The Suicide Blonde is a seductive story that holds an intriguing noir element that's almost addicting in the chosen narrative.
Greg Rucka and Tony Fejzula's VEIL offers a completely unique hero to root for in this Dark Horse series coming March 5th.
We chat with Vivek J. Tiwary about The Fifth Beatle and what a labour of love it was bringing Beatles manager Brian Epstein’s story to the world.
This past weekend marked the 10th anniversary of TCAF, the Toronto Comic Arts Festival. We take a look at some hits from the show.
If Halloween is nerd Christmas for cosplay reasons, Free Comic Book Day on Saturday May 4th is the non-denominational, equal opportunity Holiday party — complete with Secret Santas.
You probably recognize Amber Benson from Buffy the Vampire Slayer; but, what you might not know about Benson is that, in the years since her Whedon days, she’s become a prolific creator of film, television, webseries, novels – and, of course, comic books!
With two movies, a long running spin off and countless one-shots, Hellboy is the gold standard for what creator-owned comics can be when there is that perfect combination of epic storytelling and emotionally rich characters involved. Yet like many other comic fans who know of the title, I don’t read it on a regular basis. If you are like me in this respect, you need to immediately pick up Hellboy: The Fury #1.
Dethklok #3 reads just like an episode of the wildly dark and humorous TV show Metalocalypse, from which it is spawned. The comic takes its name from the heavy metal band that the animated show revolves around. This isn't classic, ground-breaking, soul-searching writing, but not every comic needs to be an epic examination of the worlds of our imagination. Dethklok is just pure awesomeness.
This is it. The end. After four years of Buffy comics, this is the last issue. Until Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Nine, which is already confirmed. The last issue of this phenomenal run of Buffy comics is okay. Not amazing. Not bad.
Welcome back to the pull list, let’s get down to it! Blackest Night: Tales of the Corps #3 (of 3) This issue wraps up our introdcution to the big players in the Blackest Night event. Again, this issue features various artist depicting the various Lanterns of the emotional spectrum. Pick it up to give you […]
Art-O-Bot is a series of profiles of local, established, and up and coming comic artists. In this second instalment, we profile established artists that have worked for Pixar and Marvel, as well as a new talent working on NYX. Ramón Pérez is truly a jack-of-all-trades. As part of local studio and comic arts collective Transmission […]
What is Art-O-Bot? Quite simply they’re a series of profiles of comic book artists, our way of helping you discover new and talented local artists, as well as highlighting the great work being done by established artists. Any comic artist qualifies, though we hope to focus on artists in Toronto and Canada. We’ll do our […]