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Mondo Celebrates the Holidays With Castlevania Puzzle and Krampus Tiki Mug

Mondo has two new collectibles for different types of collectors available now. First, a 1000 piece Castlevania puzzle featuring the artwork of Becky Cloonan. when completed, the puzzle’s measurements are 19″x27″. One would imagine that this thing would look absolutely incredible in a frame. Fingers crossed that this sells well because more Mondo puzzles in […]

Mondo Marvel Studios Anniversary Captain America First Avenger by Francavilla

Mondo Releases Their First Wave of Marvel Studios 10th Anniversary Posters Today

Marvel Studios and Mondo recently teamed up for a gallery celebrating the 10th anniversary of the MCU, featuring artwork new and old by many different artists. Now, they will begin to sell these posters in waves of drops on the Mondo web store, starting today. This first wave features posters by Becky Cloonan, Amien Juugo, […]

Batman #50 cover by Mikel Janin

Advance Review: Batman #50 – Profoundly Unsatisfying [Spoiler-Free]

The day of Batman and Catwoman’s wedding has arrived at last, and the two gather their witnesses and a judge to marry them off at dawn on a rooftop in downtown Gotham. While they prepare, Bruce and Selina individually reminisce about their times together, each other, and how their relationship has developed over the years. […]

Image Creators Speak Out About Howard Chaykin’s Divided States Of Hysteria

Image Comics has yet to comment on the controversy ignited today over the cover to issue #4 of Howard Chaykin’s The Divided States Of Hysteria. The graphic cover (view here on Image’s website), which shows a brown-skinned man with his genitals mutilated and a racial slur on his shirt hanging by a noose, has been […]

Punisher #13 Review – Surprising Heart In A Problematic Character

Punisher #13 by Becky Cloonan, Kris Anka and Matt Wilson is a self-contained tale that contains a surprising amount of heart and also relatively bloodless for a Punisher story. Which for me is a good thing. Let me be straight-up here: I hate the Punisher. The whole concept of the character bugs me. That’s not […]


Supernatural Floods – Phantasmacosm At The Flood Gallery In Greenwich, London

Londoners, get down to Greenwich Market to take a peek at Becky Cloonan‘s wares on display at The Flood Gallery, a rarity in England as a place that stocks concert-poster-as-art pieces which are traditionally more popular state-side and in Australia. Phantasmacosm runs until the 4th of December and prints and original art are available on […]

Ramping Up The Muted Intensity With Becky Cloonan’s Southern Cross #9

Southern Cross #9 is the third part of Becky Cloonan and Andy Belanger‘s Sci-Fi-pulp/noir themed second act, and it’s a bit of a banger! Following on from the trippy psycho-horror of the first volume, the second arc focuses on a grizzled, old detective, dragged back in to investigation after things go sour in the wake […]

Back To School! Thoughts On Gotham Academy Annual #1

Gotham Academy is back and it’s so good to see the whole gang on the page again. From DC Comics, Gotham Academy Annual #1, written by Brenden Fletcher and Becky Cloonan, with art by Michael Dialynas, is a rollercoaster of an issue. It comes to us before the start of Gotham Academy: Second Semester, and you won’t believe what happens. Here’s […]

Karl Kerschl Hints At Trouble On The Horizon At Gotham Academy

Who else can’t wait for Gotham Academy: Second Semester? I know I can’t. It’s exciting to think about what will be coming next for the colorful cast of characters. Today, artist Karl Kerschl gave us a bit of a hint by revealing the cover to the first issue. Things look pretty tough don’t they? After much consideration about Olive’s character, […]

Gotham Academy Wraps Up Yearbook Storyline With Issue #18

I’m a fan of Gotham Academy, yes, but I have thoroughly enjoyed the “Yearbook” storyline. Having different mini-stories throughout the issues truly has enhanced the overall ARC. Gotham Academy #18 written by Brenden Fletcher, Faith Erin Hicks, Natasha Alterici, with art by Annie Wu, Moritat, Hicks, Adam Archer, and Alterici, takes us through some incidents in the past that directly […]

A Lumberjanes Gotham Academy Preview At The End Of Goldie Vance #1 Tomorrow

The internet nearly exploded when the Lumberjanes Gotham Academy crossover event was announced, and I’m sure it will explode again tomorrow because we get to see some of it! BOOM! Box’s Goldie Vance #1 is hitting shelves, and you’ll find a preview of Lumberjanes Gotham Academy in the back. This is one of these comics that you just know is going […]

Vertigo Comics To Get Its Own Rebirth At ECCC, For July?

I am told that DC’s Vertigo is undergoing a similar rebranding exercise as DC’s Rebirth from July, but to expect announcements at Emerald City Comic Con in Seattle, from April 7th to the 10th, rather than at this weekend’s LA-based Wondercon. The recent attempt to look like more like Image Comics with an expansion of creator-participant titles […]


Gerard Way And Becky Cloonan’s Doom Patrol Being Revived?

I know I said that old pitches at DC Comics were being junked for new. And that people couldn’t repitch pre-Rebirth pitches anymore? Well, it may be different if you are a rock star. I understand that the considerable swell of interest in a Gerard Way/Becky Cloonan Doom Patrol at DC Comics has solidified into […]


A Wrench In The Works? Karl Kerschl No Longer Gotham Academy Series Artist

On Wednesday, after the release of issue #12 of Gotham Academy, series artist Karl Kerschl tweeted this: Since then, I’ve been incredibly concerned. For me, part of the major draw of a series is the art. If I can’t get on board with the style, unfortunately it doesn’t really matter how great the writing is. […]

DC Comics Had Approved A Gerard Way/Becky Cloonan Doom Patrol Comic (UPDATE)

 Aaron Haaland writes, I’m at NC Comicon in Durham, bull city (nccomicon.com), having a crazy fun time. The panel featuring their headliners Charlie Adlard and Gerard Way, moderated by Tommy Lee Edwards opened up for Q & A, and I asked my burning question to Gerard. I asked, “You say you loved X-Men, and interned for DC […]

Gotham Academy Just Keeps Getting Better! Issue #11 Guest Stars Red Robin

Just when I thought Gotham Academy couldn’t get any better! From DC Comics, written by Becky Cloonan and Brenden Fletcher, with art by Karl Kerschl, Gotham Academy #11 is sure to blow your mind, because it was quite an exciting read. Guest starring, Red Robin the team continues to search for clues about Olive’s mother […]