#Google, once again, nails illustrating and commemorating a historic event with a cute gif. If anything had gone even slightly awry, Juno would have sailed helplessly past Jupiter, unable to complete a $1 billion mission. –IRENE KLOTZ, Reuters Holy smokes … Continue reading Juno launches to Jupiter!
It is the prequel to Jupiter’s Legacy and chronicles the lives and times of the Legacy’s kids Superhero parents, circa 1959. The plot is well laid and takes care to delve into the personal and hero lives of the characters and their membership in their superhero Union. Continue reading Jupiter’s Circle Vol. 1
DC Chief Creative Officer Geoff Johns discusses his newest comics project, DC UNIVERSE: REBIRTH, and what it means for the DCU and all of the many heroes and villains within it. Via DCComics.com Hit your LCS or Comixology to … Continue reading DC Universe: Rebirth #1 on sale Today
“Set several years after the events of Django Unchained, Django/Zorro finds Django again pursuing the evil that men do in his role as a bounty hunter.” … Continue reading Official Sequel to Django Unchained
If there was a fanfic best sellers list…these would be on them
#rizzles #fanfics Continue reading 5 Rizzoli & Isles Fanfictions You Should Read
Kelly Sue DeConnick -script Valentine De Landro -art Cris Peter -colors Clayton Cowles -letters ex·ploi·ta·tion ˌekˌsploiˈtāSH(ə)n/ 1. the action or fact of treating someone unfairly in … Continue reading Bitch Planet, Vol. 1: Extraordinary Machine
Black to the future…#ConcretePark # Continue reading Concrete Park
Lise Cabot has it all. A successful realtor in Aspen, Lise is married to her high school sweetheart and is the mother of two great … Continue reading An Infatuation by Jennifer Lyndon
The Price of Salt has been dusted off and the movie is in post-production now. Continue reading Book behind new movie “Carol”
Rocket Girl is a comic that is seriously underrated and bound to be one of the great ones. It is still in its infancy and it leaves its readers hungry for more. Volume 1, Times Squared, collects issues 1-5 and it is one impressive and promising start. I don’t think I have ever smiled so much while reading. Anyway, more to the point:
KE Payne has created a protagonist that is not only accessible, but almost palpable. The novel opens with Tag Grainger in a situation that many of us will someday find ourselves in; the death of a parent and the necessity to return home. The “home” she is to return to is a fading and forgotten scar.
Red Sonja is refreshingly cranky… Continue reading Red Sonja vol. 1
Kevin Wada’s cover art is incredible. The interiors and story arc were a bit powder puff in the first 4 issues, but still great. Ron Wimberly’s unapologetic and in-your-face angles take over in issue #5, but the story also picks … Continue reading She-Hulk vol. 1