You may not have heard the name Stephanie Brown before, but you know some of her aliases. She’s been Spoiler, Robin, and Batgirl. She’s known as Tim Drake’s girlfriend and a part of the Bat Family. She’s a survivor, a role model, and a fighter.
Being introduced to a wider viewing audience via Titans, people are curious about her, and more importantly why they haven’t heard about her before.
I loved this. This sense of inevitability captures me as a reader and makes me want to see more of these one shots. For this one specifically I loved the classic art style and story flowing seamlessly into this new ending.
Nostalgia mixed with new, this story is more action heavy but that’s exactly what i want from these teams.
With the quotable and laugh out loud experience that is A Very Potter Musical it’s no surprise that 10 years later it’s still relevant and loved.
All of these stories were fun, entertaining, and delightful. Certainly a great comic to celebrate 80 fun years of Marvel. I can’t wait to see what else Marvel has for us in the future.
With Pretty Violent and lots of swears what you see is what you get. Derek Hunter and Jason Young team up to bring this Image Comic that wouldn’t be out of place in a rated R Cartoon Network.
Brilliant world building, exciting action, and engaging characters! This new series balances the humor and adventure well with stakes high enough to keep the audience coming back for more. Interweaving the story of his origin and his mission, the creative team captivated my full attention while reading.
Exit Stage Left brings an original and witty re-imagining of Snagglepuss that holds your attention until the very last page. A bold story from Mark Russel, brought to life by Mike Feehan and Mark Morales, shows the beloved character as a Tennessee Williams type play write in the 1950’s during the Red Scare with themes that relate to modern society. A cultural and political satire that does not shy away from the harsh realities of life as a gay man during the mid 20th century.