One of the ways writer Kelly Sue DeConnick is developing the new Captain Marvel is by giving her firm links to the history and culture of women’s aviation. This approach combines the real world and […]
Back in the late 1970s, Gil Kane and his collaborators fought the good fight, against more than aliens.
Knights of Sidonia combines the surrealistic and the whimiscal
For Star-Lord, the Guardians of the Galaxy movie is the end of a…well, a space odyssey.
The co-creator of Transmetropolitan tackles a first contact story…
Bill Spangler will be a featured guest at the Great Allentown Comic Con
Down these mean streets a cyborg must go…
Top talent Walt Simonson brings back his military sf creation
When is a giant robot not a giant robot?
Wilma Deering just said what?
Go from an orbiting space habitat to a world of demons and telepaths…
Really? They did a comic about that?
Miguel O’Hara just wants to get back to his future.
The Guardians of the Galaxy isn’t Marvel Comics’ only space-faring team.
When fossil fuels are outlawed, only outlaws will have fossil fuels
A French graphic novel is coming to a theater near you….maybe.
In the 1980s, DC comics found a different way to adapt some sf classics…introducing the Graphic Album
Here are two ambitious sf comics you might want to check out, particularly if you’re nominating titles for the 2013 Hugo awards.
Matter-Eater Lad, come home; all is forgiven: Bill Spangler visits the year 3,000 in search of the Legion of Super Heroes….
Fear and loathing in a dark future with Spider Jerusalem, the Hunter S. Thompson of the fictional future.
Harlan Ellison gets his Dumas on.
Two of the first wave of TV shows that brought modern anime to America are joining forces.
A long time ago, in a comic book far, far away…
Getting reaquainted with some old friends.
Once more into the Multiverse, dear friends…,
The Eternal Champion has issues…and the occasional graphic novel.
Walk softly and carry a big, cursed blade
Legendary artist Gray Morrow created some comics as well
What a difference a punctuation mark–and nearly 40 years–makes.
We’re going to go a little off-topic this time.