Comic Articles

  1. WLG #385: Less of the Same Cover Image

    WLG #385: Less of the Same

    What’s up ComicsBulletinites, faithful column readers and funny-book connoisseurs? Are you enjoying your day? You’re not? Wonderful, because neither am I! Due to a family birthday dinner featuring tainted surf & turf, I find myself writing this column somewhat ill and more than a little late, and for the latter I owe everyone an apology.

    Column Article Brandon Billups October 31, 2011
  2. Aquaman #2 Cover Image

    Aquaman #2

    Hapless humans are quite defenseless and quite tasty.

    Comic Review Article Ray Tate October 31, 2011
  3. Superman #2 Cover Image

    Superman #2

    George Perez plants Superman in a world that closely resembles ours.

    Comic Review Article Ray Tate October 31, 2011
  4. Superman #2 Cover Image

    Superman #2

    George Perez plants Superman in a world that closely resembles ours.

    Comic Review Article Ray Tate October 31, 2011
  5. Men of War #11  Cover Image

    Men of War #11

    October 26, 2011 – paid 50 cents for: MEN OF WAR #11 Published by: DC Comics Written by: Roger McKenzie Art by: Dick Ayers and Romeo Tanghal I THOUGHT … *SOB* … I WAS FIGHTING FOR A BETTER WORLD.

    Column Article, Cheap Thrills Daniel Elkin October 31, 2011
  6. SUNDAY SLUGFEST: Wolverine and the X-Men #1  Cover Image

    SUNDAY SLUGFEST: Wolverine and the X-Men #1

    It's the first day of school at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning and a pair of New York Education Department inspectors are visiting! What could go wrong, besides everything possible? Sara McDonald: Chris Kiser: Kyle Garret: Sara McDonald: After leaving Utopia following the events of X-Men Schism , Wolverine has reopened the Westchester school, now dubbed the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning, and put himself in charge as headmaster.

    Comic Review Article Sara McDonald, Chris Kiser, Kyle Garret October 31, 2011
  7. The Horror of Yore Cover Image

    The Horror of Yore

    What happened to the horror comics of the days of yore, replace by modern hack and slash bore? Do you remember the time when one would enter vaults where the atmosphere was grim and full of dread, every shadow creepy, all sounds eerie, and where there was stored not money, but tales of terrors.

    Column Article Ace Masters October 30, 2011