DOOM PATROL – WEIGHT OF THE WORLDS [Comic Review]: Worlds’ Strangest Super Team!

Happy Sunday, geeks and geekettes! It's been a long birthday weekend for yours truly, and what better way to celebrate another year here than to settle in for some Doom Patrol: Weight Of The Worlds, the strangest superhero team in existence? Here, Gerard Way and artist James Harvey expand upon the original Young Animal series …

DOOM PATROL [Series Premiere Review]: The Original Motley Crew.

Having found some moderate success with Titans, DC Universe has managed to bring its signature style to another motley crew, the Doom Patrol. Led by the wheelchair-bound Niles Caulder (Timothy Dalton), we are introduced to Robotman/Cliff Steele (Brendan Fraser), Elasti-Girl/Rita Farr (April Bowlby), Negative Man/Larry Trainor (Matt Bomer), and Crazy Jane (Diane Guerrero). Being a …

SANDMAN UNIVERSE / HAL JORDAN & THE GLC / FANTASTIC FOUR [Reviews]: First Family Homecoming!

Vertigo has a special place in the hearts of a lot of people who grew up reading comics in the Nineties. Karen Berger and Shelly Bond curated a ridiculous run of titles for mature readers based on the sensibilities of Alan Moore’s SWAMP THING, Grant Morrison’s DOOM PATROL, and Neil Gaiman’s SANDMAN that yielded a …

OBLIVION SONG / SHADE the CHANGING WOMAN / DOCTOR STAR / INFINITY COUNTDOWN [Reviews]: Easy Like Sunday Morning.

Happy Sunday, fellow geeks and geekettes. Winter's thawing into spring, and with this change to warmer weather comes some new titles from some familiar names. This week's peek spans space, time, and sanity itself, as our great writers tell you which upcoming titles are worth the use of your eye muscles. Let's dive right in... …

SDCC 2017 [Panel/Comic Review]: Young Animal / Doom Patrol #7!

DC’S YOUNG ANIMAL (Friday - 5AB) - Okay, I’ll admit.. my main reason for attending this panel wasn’t to learn more about the new DC comics imprint Young Animal and what they have in-store for its thirsty comic audience in the not-too-distant future. I was there to see Gerard Way, having loved My Chemical Romance …

CAVE CARSON HAS A CYBERNETIC EYE / BLOODSHOT USA / MOSAIC [Reviews]: Four Square.

There’s a myriad of reasons for any comic book reader to skip this book. Unless you’re hardcore, the only possible way you’ve heard the name Gerard Way (Doom Patrol) before is from his band My Chemical Romance and the transition from crooning to almost any other medium is usually a rough one. Couple that with …