Grant Morrison's seminal run on X-Men returns to print... and just in time for the new movie! Originally penned when the first X-Men film was reigniting the public's favour with these long running characters, Morrison sought to incorporate new, modern elements while remaining true to the spirit of the earliest issues. What resulted was signature-style Morrison bizarre, which is to say, pure mutant gold.
Fan Expo 2010, one of the premiere comic conventions in Canada, starts tomorrow. The pop-culture extravaganza features fans and guests from all walks of dorkdom: comic books, sci-fi films and TV, horror, anime and video games will all be represented at the convention. We were out in full force last year, talking with creators, artists, […]
Welcome to this week’s pull list. This is a light week for me, but the quality of books certainly makes up for that. Fantastic Four #567 So Mark Millar (pronounced “Miller”) and Bryan Hitch brought us The Ultimates, one of the best books of the past decade without a doubt. This is the 8th issue […]
Greetings Dork Shelfers, Jeff here with another Pocket Review. Today I’ll be talking a bit about the first issue of DC Comics The Flash: Rebirth. The Flash: Rebirth is being produced by the same team that did 2005’s Green Lantern: Rebirth. As with all the Rebirth titles, Geoff Johns and Ethan Van Sciver are trying […]