The Titan is a superhero. The Titan is the most powerful man on Earth. The Titan can do anything. Or can he? Listen now and find out:
Would-be revolutionary Robin Klein needs to find a way to rouse the people, and he needs to find it fast. This is, after all, the eve of the revolution. Listen to his story right here:
In this short story, two brothers discover that even in a world of sword and sorcery, there are things that are too strange for words. Listen to it now!
If you know me at all, then you probably know I’ve been reading comics for as long as I can remember. And you know what? You should try it. If you’re a fan of genre fiction, be it literary or televised, you owe it to yourself to give comics a shot, because if you don’t, you are missing out.
Now that comic book heroes routinely make millions for Hollywood, the medium is quickly approaching a new golden age. The current market is overflowing with unique books that cater to a wide variety of tastes and extend well beyond the usual superhero fare. With services like Comixology now releasing all major titles digitally and collected editions lining the shelves of bookstores, comics are also more accessible than ever.
So here’s the deal: Even if you’ve never read a comic in your life, allow me to recommend to you seven extraordinary books that are out right now and that you should be able to get into without a lot of catching up. In return, I will then quit bugging you. Maybe. So let’s get this show on the road…
Would-be revolutionary Robin Klein needs to find a way to rouse the people, and he needs to find it fast. This is, after all, the eve of the revolution. Read his story after the jump.
Two brothers discover that even in a world of sword and sorcery, there are things that are too strange for words. Read their tale after the jump.
The Titan is a superhero. The Titan is the most powerful man on Earth. The Titan can do anything. Or can he? Read his story after the jump.
Boy meets girl. Girl meets boy. And it’s all downhill from there. Read I Like You after the jump.
Oh my God, they killed Spider-Man (or did they?) ! Indeed, the final pages of Amazing Spider-Man #700 feature a rather grizzly end to Peter Parker’s webslinging days. To add insult to injury, his identity is usurped by super-villain Dr. Octopus, who promptly proclaims himself to be the Superior Spider-Man. To call the issue controversial would be akin to calling the Harry Potter franchise a moderate sales success. Spider-Man scribe Dan Slott was flooded with angry tweets, hate mail and even death threats. Change, it seems, can be hard to accept — even if it happens in the realm of fiction.