Right now, the CW has the most ongoing comic-book shows of any network. With three already on its plate, there is at least one more definitively coming bringing it to a total of four. So let’s look at its two most recent hits before its newest shows debut, The Flash and iZombie. Continue reading The CW’s Finest: Flash and iZombie Seasons 1
Nothing But Comics provides great, detailed reviews of the week’s comics, and it appears that our efforts inspired some DC Comics super-villains to give some very brief comics reviews on Twitter:
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Whether you are a DC reader or not, one thing is for certain: Convergence is coming to an end. What does this mean for you? It means new DC titles are going to be hitting your local comic book shop. If you are like me and struggle to jump into DC books, there is no better time than now to dip your toe in and test that water. DC is even putting up some lengthy previews on Comixology, providing you a sneak peek of what is to come. To even further aid in your decision making, I have compiled a list below of the previews that excite me.
Continue reading Sneak Peeks: A Rundown of the new DC Previews
In honor of Jeff Lemire’s double debut at both Marvel and Image, we at NBC made a list of his previous ten best works…
Continue reading Tueaday Top Ten: Jeff Lemire Comics
Benjamin Percy writes riveting, thought-provoking fiction: his novel Red Moon uses werewolves to explore our fear of terrorism, The Wilding depicts a suspenseful family hunting trip in the wilderness, and his upcoming book The Dead Lands is a post-apocalyptic adventure story inspired by the historic Lewis and Clark expedition. Percy has written two issues of Detective Comics (#35 and 36) and will soon take on the DC Comics series Green Arrow with artist Patrick Zircher. Nothing But Comics emailed Percy to ask him questions about how he came to write comic books, his prose and comics work, and his plans for Green Arrow.
Continue reading “Taking a Knife to the Nerve of the Moment”: An Interview with Benjamin Percy