Author: Jude Terror

About Jude Terror

A prophecy says that in the comic book industry's darkest days, a hero will come to lead the people through a plague of overpriced floppies, incentive variant covers, #1 issue reboots, and super-mega-crossover events.

Scourge of Rich Johnston, maker of puns, and seeker of the Snyder Cut, Jude Terror, sadly, is not the hero comics needs right now... but he's the one the industry deserves.

Runaways #27 [Preview]

Everyone Gets New Costumes in Runaways #27 [Preview]

Runaways #27 is in stores from Marvel Comics next week, by Rainbow Rowell, Kris Anka, Walden Wong, Dee Cunniffe, Jim Campbell, and Joe Caramagna. We’ve got a preview below, finally answering the question: what if the Runaways were created in the 80s or 90s? For that to be accomplished, the team will need to get […]

Fallen Angels #1 [Preview]

Can Psylocke Kill a God in Fallen Angels #1 [Preview]

Fallen Angels #1 is in stores from Marvel Comics next week, by Bryan Hill, Szymon Kudranski, and more. We’ve got a preview below for this new Dawn of X title that finally answers the question: can a Fallen Angels title even sell 10,000 copies without Bill the Lobster? The recap page shows us that Kwannon […]

X-Men #2 [Preview]

Cyclops, Not a Deadbeat Dad After All in X-Men #2 [Preview]

X-Men #2 is in stores from Marvel Comics next week, by Jonathan Hickman, Leinil Francis Yu, and more. We’ve got a preview below, which finally answers the question: what if Jonathan Hickman decided to keep just one thing from the ResurrXion era, and it was Rachel changing her codename to “Prestige?” Like all good comics, […]

Vampironica: New Blood #1 Preview

Archie Offers First Look at New Horror Series Vampironica: New Blood #1

Vampironica: New Blood is the upcoming series that finally asks the question: “what if Archie Comics published an Archie Horror series that came out on time?” Attempting to tackle this monumental task is a creative team consisting of Frank Tieri, Michael Moreci, Audrey Mok, Matt Herms, and Jack Morelli, not to mention variant cover artists […]

Wonder Woman Dead Earth Preview

DC Reveals First Look at Daniel Warren Johnson’s Wonder Woman: Dead Earth #1

DC Comics has released a first look at Wonder Woman: Dead Earth #1, the upcoming DC Black Label series by Daniel Warren Johnson that asks the question: “what if DC published a Black Label comic that wasn’t about The Joker?” The preview was revealed in an EX-X-XCLUSIVE on sexy Dora the Explorer advocacy website The […]

CROM and Daniel Freedman's Raiders Comes to Dark Horse Next June

CROM and Daniel Freedman’s Raiders Comes to Dark Horse Next June

Dark Horse Comics has announced a new original graphic novel from writer Daniel Feedman and artist CROM hitting stores next June. A dungeon crawl in comic book form, Raiders stars brothers Marken and Maron who want to give up dungeon raiding but get sucked back in. Check out the press release below for details: MILWAUKIE, […]

Rob Liefeld Says Goodbye to the X-Men With Love Letter to Claremont/Byrne/Austin

Rob Liefeld vs. the Millennials

Back in September, superstar comic book artist Rob Liefeld found himself under attack by a group of rabid teenagers, fending them off from all sides in a brutal Twitter war. But tangling with Generation Z was just the warmup, as Liefeld found himself this week “besieged” by Millennials for round two of online generational warfare. […]

Still No Ongoing for Chris Claremont, Even Though Marvel Owes All Their Success to Him

Still No Ongoing for Chris Claremont, Even Though Marvel Owes All Their Success to Him

Chris Claremont, writer of the X-Men from 1975-1991 and several times after that and greatest comic book writer of all time, is currently retained by Marvel Comics to remain exclusive to them. However, besides occasional one-shots and short stories in anthologies, Claremont is hardly used. The last time Claremont was given an ongoing series to […]

Jonathan Hickman Doesn't Believe in a Major Part of the Comic Book Industry

Jonathan Hickman Doesn’t Believe in a Major Part of the Comic Book Industry

Jonathan Hickman is an unconventional writer who doesn’t follow the norms. For example, where other writers might write a six-issue series to relaunch the X-Men, Hickman takes the same amount of story and makes it twelve issues. Where other writers might believe that comic books should contain comics, Hickman believes they should contain pages upon […]

AEW Dynamite Maintains Ratings Lead Over NXT Despite WWE Invasion Storyline

AEW Dynamite won the Wednesday Night War for the sixth week in a row as the go-home show for AEW Full Gear went head to head with the first episode of NXT since WWE launched its Survivor Series invasion storyline. Both shows had the benefit of avoiding competition with the World Series, though they did […]

BOOM! Studios Vows to Put a Bear in Space by 2020

Comic Book Publisher BOOM! Studios Vows to Put a Bear in Space by 2020

In 1961, President John F. Kennedy announced plans to go to the moon by the end of the decade. Nearly sixty years later, explosive publisher BOOM! Studios has set a similar goal, except what was once one small step for man will now be one giant leap for bearkind. BOOM! announced plans to publish Space […]

Why is Tom King Researching Watchmen?

Why is Tom King Researching Watchmen?

Could another unauthorized sequel to Watchmen be on the way? Superstar writer Tom King posted an interesting photo to Twitter on Thursday, showing all twelve issues of Watchmen (#7 looks like it’s hidden behind #6) and noting that he’s reading them as “research for a thing.” Research for a thing. — Tom King (@TomKingTK) […]

Will (SPOILER)'s Death Have Consequences? Teen Titans #30 Preview

Iron Man Meddles in Teenage Romance in Magnificent Ms. Marvel #9 [Spoilers]

Iron Man is known as a futurist, and also a busybody, always interfering in the affairs of the world, believing he knows best. One prime example of that was during Avengers vs. X-Men, when the Avengers invaded the sovereign nation of Utopia demanding the X-Men hand over a teenager for crimes she might commit in […]