SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN / BATMAN/ELMER FUDD / DROIDS UNPLUGGED / JONAH HEX/YOSEMITE SAM / WMD [Reviews]: Off to the Loony Bin.

Back when Marvel announced that Chip Zdarsky would be writing Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man, I was cautiously optimistic because I've reallly enjoyed everything I've read that he's written, despite a sense of humor that tends to lean hard into the absurd. After reading the first issue, I feel justified in my initial reaction, because …

THE FLASH / GENERATION X / STAR WARS / LUKE CAGE / ALL-STAR BATMAN / SECRET WARRIORS [Reviews]: Lightning Round.

Another week, and yet another series of titles to look forward to, fellow geeks and geekettes! We're halfway through the month, and nearly through the year by this point, but that doesn't mean that the best things aren't yet on their way! We've got some books from DC, Marvel, and one set in a familiar …

BLACK BOLT / BANE CONQUEST / JEAN GREY / ETERNAL WARRIOR / BATMAN / SECRET EMPIRE [Reviews]: Buy Comic Book Day!

It isn't too often that a novelist transitions into writing comics, so I always find it interesting to see what their initial output is like. Last year we had an example of someone making a near seamless transition, when Ta-Nehisi Coates made his debut on Black Panther. This time, Saladin Ahmed, in his comics debut, …

GREEN LANTERN/SPACE GHOST // SUICIDE SQUAD/BANANA SPLITS // BOOSTER GOLD/FLINTSTONES // ADAM STRANGE/FUTURE QUEST [Reviews]: The Con of Wonder!

A DC/Hanna Barbera mash-up yields lustrous spacerock to pack yer cosmic pipe with. James Tynion IV (Batman Eternal) and Christopher Sebela (Injustice: Ground Zero) tag-team it to bring the interplanetary lore, as Ariel Olivetti (Cable, X-Men) drops astral waves of multi-dimensional imagery. Two legendary galaxy drifters eventually collide when they answer the same distress call, …

THE GEEEEK AWARDS [Best Comics of 2016]: ‘Rebirth’ of a Nation.

Eleven GHGers give their Top 5 Comics of the Year--ongoings and one-shots, indies and superheroes. Yeah. That's a ton of funnypages, so let's get to it! (Feel free to click on the highlighted titles to read the reviews.) 1. Shade the Changing Girl (Young Animal/DC Comics) - "Nearly every single panel could be framed and …