A collection of eight unique stories published by Glacier Bay Books.
From disruptive success to damnatio memoriae: Ian Gregory investigates the parable of Rob Liefeld, the man who ousted Claremont from mutants.
Gillen and McKelvie's Young Avengers run highlights the authors' search for harmony between theme and expressive form. Lykke analyses it.
In the new Vault Comics series, Simon Spurrier and Nathan Gooden begin to tell us a mystery set in the Yukon in the Gold Rush's period.
After two chapters of adjustment, "Commanders in Crisis" returns to successfully propose action and reflection.
Immortality is coming and Death is fired. What can she do to win her role back? Let’s see what happens in the new series by Ram V and Felipe Andrade.
“Commanders in Crisis” by Steve Orlando and Davide Tinto reaches the halfway point with a passing issue and a turning point.
Aftershock Comics publishes a new superhero series signed by Steve Orlando and the Italian artist Patrick Piazzalunga: Project Patron.
New appointment with "First Issue Presents" and Steve Orlando's debut on Heavy Metal Magazine with Starward # 1.
Commanders in Crisis #4 marks a turning point for the series by Steve Orlando and Davide Tinto, published by Image Comics.
n "A dark interlude"'s second chapter, Ryan O’Sullivan, Andrea Mutti and Vladimir Popov focus on the reactions to the death of an individual.
Steve Orlando and Davide Tinto explore the consequences of "Commanders in Crisis #1", the Image Comics superheroic series.
Steve Orlando and Phillip Kennedy Johnson write for Al Morgan's art “Kill a man”, a comic published by AfterShock Comics.
Commanders in Crisis is the new superhero series by Steve Orlando who also speaks Italian: let's review the # 1.