Legends of the Dork Knight Issue #2
    November, 2019

      Hey there fellow Bat-fans.it has truly been an honor for me to be here on Comics the
    I recently had the opportunity to speak with Warwick Johnson-Cadwell, the writer and artist behind Our Encounters With Evil: Adventures of Professor J.T. Meinhardt And His Assistant Mr. Knox, the sequel to Mr. Higgins Comes Home, which he also illustrated.

    Hi Warwick,

  •      I’ve been really enjoying Nick Spencer’s run on Amazing Spider-Man. It’s funny, it’s smart, it’s got intrigue and promising plot threads. It’s been righting so many wrongs and will hopefully keep that up. One thing that’s continually annoyed me about it, however, is the recap page. Or rather, its redundancy. Is it even necessary at this point?

         Maybe it’s gotten better recently, but the problem is still there. A recap page summarizes everything we need to know about the story thus far. This is

  • I recently got the chance to talk to Matt Smith, the latest talented artist to join the Mignolaverse. His first foray is the latest Hellboy & The B.P.R.D. one-shot, Long Night at Goloski Station, which is out now. Click Here for our review.

    Hi Matt, thanks for taking the time to let me interview you. First off can I say how much
  • Batman Omnibus Vol 1 by Scott Snyder & Greg Cappulo
    Release date - 11/5/19

    If you are a fan of Scott Snyder's run of Batman in the new 52, This hardcover Omnibus is a must have!
    It will be released November 5th, but pre-orders are live now at all your favorite retailers.
    ​​​​​​Scott Snyder and Gregg Capullo's Batman stories - from Court of Owls to Zero Year - are presented together in this hard cover omnibus collection

  • The Beginning is Nigh

    Fourteen minutes into the pilot episode of HBO’S Watchmen, although I was enjoying myself, I thought, "People are going to be mad about this," which can be said about anything produced in the age of the internet. However, to say anyone would be completely unjust in disliking this show wouldn’t be correct. As a television show, it has everything you can want; there’s great writing, great performances, it’s shot
  • As one Batman team exits, a new one enters.
    By Wes Greer
    Batman Reviewer

    As we near the end of the year 2019, we also near the end of Tom King’s run on the current Batman series at DC. King will be stepping down from Batman after issue #85 that will be released this December and conclude the current ‘City of Bane’ storyline. King has had his ups and downs on his time with Batman, but lately a lot of fans have really felt like he hasn’t put forth the effort the Dark Knight deserves, and his departure is welcomed by many.

  • It’s a bird, it’s a plane… No wait, it’s an alien!

    In Superman: American Alien, we’re a given a new, but familiar look into the life of Clark Kent. Although it is still technically an “origin story”, it feels less like it’s trying to rewrite the tale of Superman as much as it’s just telling you a few tales of

  • I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to talk with Peter David at Dragon Con 2019, where he sheds some light on the comic book industry and his contributions to it. Before you go ahead, I just want to say thanks again to Peter for giving us his time and being so welcoming. Read on!

    CTG: Hello, everyone. My name is Harlan Ivester, from Comics: The Gathering, and I'm here with Peter David at Dragon Con 2019. Let's see, Mr. David, you have been


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