Folks... there are a lot of hot dads in comics. Happy Father's Day to us!
We speak with writer Rich Douek about Gutter Magic – a four-issue miniseries that intriguingly mixes urban fantasy realism, steampunk, and science fiction.
Nearly every genre in every medium has at least one legendary love story. We've pulled a handful of comic book examples that deserve some recognition on this Valentine's day.
We speak to writer Mairghread Scott about Toil and Trouble, the new BOOM! Studios miniseries weaving together the story of Macbeth from the perspective of the three witches.
Roller derby! Werewolves! We spoke with Monica Gallagher about the Bonnie N. Collide collected edition.
[Editor’s Note: If you’ll recall from the last Eisner Review, Heather’s completion of the Eisner Watch series was cruelly delayed because of jury duty. This is the last of the series, focusing on the 2015 Best New Series winner, Lumberjanes.] Have you ever been to summer camp? Have you ever had a group of friends […]
The Eisners may be over, but there's still a couple titles left to review! Rocket Raccoon, another title nominated in the Best New Series category, came right in the middle of an entirely unexpected phenomenon.
If this comic doesn't deserve an Eisner, we don’t know what does.
The Fade Out, a new series published by Image Comics and written by Ed Brubaker with art by Sean Phillips, is an engaging story set on the set of a late 1940s Hollywood noir film.
As we get closer to the 2015 Eisner Awards, I thought it was time to reflect on some of the incredible nominees this year, in particular the titles up for Best New Series. This category is an especially important one, because it often reflects the tone of comics as whole for that year – the […]
Eisner Award-winning artist Janet Lee on the new illustrated edition of Pride and Prejudice, Jane Austen, and what superheroes eat for breakfast.
“You’ve got to put your body into it.” In an interview about her then-upcoming sci-fi series following a group of women stuck in the prison system, Kelly Sue DeConnick talked about meeting civil rights leader Representative John Lewis. In a discussion about how armchair activism just isn’t enough, Lewis told her that she had to […]
We've got a good feeling about this. Star Wars #1 kicks off a new, ongoing series that sees a galaxy far, far away back under the Marvel Comics banner.
Barbara Gordon was always meant to be Batgirl, and these guys really get that. Welcome home, Babs.
There has been a lot of buzz about Milo Manara's Spider-Woman, but is the outrage and criticism warranted?
For those of you late to this particular party, the final issue of The Wake came out this Wednesday, and it's an epic adventure worth talking about.
High Crimes has it all: Murder, intrigue, death-defying heights, and a pair of compelling leads who are just as much of a mystery as the one they've accidentally stumbled onto.
Watson and Holmes may be the underdog of the Best New Series category, but Heather isn't foolish enough to overlook it and neither should you.