PREVIEWS: "Daredevil," "Uncanny X-Men," & More Marvel Comics On Sale August 3, 2016
I started reading comics with a ratty copy of Marvel's "Transformers" #1, followed in short order by such memorable titles as "Alf" and "Madballs." After growing out of those, I came back to comics when a friend bought me the "Death of Superman" trade--event comics work! I followed the characters seen there into "Justice League," which, rummaging through back issues, got me hooked on Giffen/DeMatteis/Maguire's "JLI," still one of my absolute favorite series. I read Steven T. Seagle and Teddy Kristiansen's "House of Secrets" long before I was ready, which cemented my interest in Vertigo and other Mature Readers and indie books. Now, I've been reading comics longer than I haven't and enjoy a little bit of everything.
I have written for CBR since 2006. By day I am an Academic Marketing Manager for the University of Michigan Press, which is awesome in an entirely different way.
Illustration by Jesse Gregg
FIRST COMIC: Marvel's "Transformers" #1
FAVORITE CHARACTER: I tend to follow creators more than characters, but I'll probably always read "Hellblazer" and I'm a sucker for a good Batman story.
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Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones, and Kate McKinnon strike a pose, and address the online blacklash to the reboot.
Digital editions of all 16 volumes are available for purchase, but Sim said readers who can't afford them should download "guilt free."
A fan of the popular video game has re-cut gameplay and short film footage into opening and ending credits for an imagined anime series.
The "Game of Thrones" star will head up the enemy Settlement Defense Front in "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare."
The co-director of the infamous 1993 video game adaptation reflects on the casting of Bob Hoskins, and a last-minute script overhaul.
ESPN's rundown of the tournament's hottest stars includes Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Cristiano Ronaldo, and others performing superheroic feats.
Pixar's latest short is about "letting your kids grow up, make mistakes and not hovering over them."
The author details her anger over the backlash to the casting of a black actress as Hermione in "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child."
Amid waves of anger, and even threats, over everything from Captain America to "Ghostbusters," we look at the common threads of online rage.
Writers David Walker, John Jennings and other black creators discuss recognizing and defeating stereotypes, and instilling hope in future generations.
Appearing in front of a hometown crowd, the actor discussed his work on such films as "Grosse Pointe Blank," "Love & Mercy" and "Being John Malkovich."
The "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." actress spoke about her experiences on the show and what's in store for the rest of season 3.
With their celebrated run concluding in April's "Batman" #51, Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo hosted a Dark Knight retrospective.
With the imminent crossover with "The Flash" and a second season looking very likely, the actresses discuss the influence of "Supergirl."
The producers and cast of "Ash Vs. Evil Dead" discuss bringing the cult horror franchise to television, and working with star Bruce Campbell.
Bringing down the power of LEGO Thor's Mjolnir on a fleet of cars proves to be as satisfying as you'd hope.
The action star discusses his return to an iconic character, the creative reunion with Lucy Lawless and Sam Raimi, and (not) being recognized.
David Walker, Chad Coleman, Shawn Pryor, Scott Snyder and more discuss the value of representation, with #BlackComicsMonth just the beginning.
The actors reveal what goes into their iconic roles when Batwing takes to the spotlight as Batman goes AWOL.
Director Jay Oliva and Producer James Tucker discuss developing their animated DC continuity, saying there's the potential to develop "our own 'Crisis.'"