Cloonan's "Punisher" Is A "Violent, Bullet-Riddled, Bleeding" Good Time
As a kid, I entered the geek sphere by bouncing between "Harry Potter" Internet forums and the fan club I helped run at my local library. Though deeply involved in fan culture all throughout my childhood, I wouldn't discover comics until I was a teen -- but, when I did, it was love at first sight. I brought my fanaticism to college with me, where I earned my B.A. in literature from Suffolk University and my M.A. from University of Massachusetts Boston, and attended all kinds of midnight screenings in the meantime. My go-to sources of entertainment range from science fiction to epic fantasy, though I'm particularly fond of Celtic mythology, Bronze Age "X-Men" comics, and Whedonesque TV.
FIRST COMIC: "New X-Men" #126 by Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely
FAVORITE CHARACTER: Nightcrawler, Kitty Pryde, Mystique, Captain Marvel (Carol Danvers), Ms. Marvel
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In "Rupture," Team Flash re-created the particle accelerator event and Henry Allen revealed his surprising connection to another character.
Carlos Valdes revealed that "Rupture" will "launch something that's very important," discussed Cisco's key role in stopping Zoom and more.
The CW is looking to cast a "Han Solo-like" character with superpowers and an African-American soldier from the 1940s for "Legends of Tomorrow."
The "Captain America" sequel, which is on track to score more than $190m in North America, has broken Fandango's advance ticket sales record.
Screenwriter Ben Ramsey admits he "dropped the dragon ball" with the 2009 commercial and critical bomb.
Screenwriters Chris Markus and Steve McFeely revealed who they would like to bring into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
After a bidding war with DreamWorks, Sony and other studios, Warner Bros. has secured the rights to adapt the cult board game to film.
Chris Markus and Steve McFeely weighed in on Black Panther and Spider-Man, how "Civil War" helped them with "Infinity War" and more.
In the latest trailer for "Scream" season two, Emma just wants her life to return to normal, but the Killer has other plans.
Carlos Valdes discussed Kevin Smith's episode of "The Flash," the director's "unique" vision, his "hands-off" approach and more.
In their annual "Studio Responsibility Index" report, GLAAD cites "Star Wars" as a "special opportunity" for Disney to become more LGBT inclusive.
Nightcrawler and Storm argue over a mid-afternoon snack in a new "X-Men: Apocalypse"-themed M&Ms ad.
Fox intended to resume filming "The Death Cure" on May 9, but the star's injuries reportedly are more severe than first believed.
Warner Bros.' upcoming "Flash" film starring Ezra Miller has lost its director, but the studio will retain his script.
The "13 Hours" star has signed on to play the lead role in Amazon’s “Jack Ryan” television adaptation based on the Tom Clancy character.
In the latest teaser for "Preacher," Dominic Cooper's Jesse Custer returns home to save it and Tulip just wants to have a little fun.
In "Legendary," Sara learns her sister's fate and the "Legends of Tomorrow" decide whether or not they're willing to make the ultimate sacrifice.
In "Lost in the Flood," Team Arrow will get an assist from an unlikely ally while Oliver and Diggle race to rescue one of their own.
Fans will learn more about who -- and where -- Mosiac is in Charles Soule and Carlos Pacheco's "Uncanny Inhumans" #11.
In a behind-the-scenes featurette, BD Wong, James Frain and Ben McKenzie weigh in on the creation of Azrael, his hunt for Jim Gordon and more.
In Ryan North, Erica Henderson and Maris Wicks' "The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl" #1, Doreen Green gets schooled in secret identities on her first day of college.
Mark Waid, Carlos Pacheco, and Mariano Taibo give Agent Phil Coulson a comic book makeover in "S.H.I.E.L.D." #1.
As the final day of Good Times Sloth dawns, the ragtag group left untouched must face the devastating facts in James Tynion IV and Eryk Donovan's "Memetic" #3.
In Tom King, Tim Seeley, and Stephen Mooney's "Grayson Annual" #1, Dick and Helena are nothing but a story in this Ireland-based mission.
Left injured and frustrated by Wolverine's debt to Yukio, Ororo settles in for an uneventful flight home but gets more than she bargained for in Greg Pak, Al Barrionuevo, and Tom Palmer's "Storm" #6.
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In its final issue, Cullen Bunn and Vanesa R. Del Rey's "The Empty Man" #6 concludes Langford and Jensen's search for the missing children but leaves many questions open to interpretation.
The Spiders of the Multiverse face their biggest challenge yet in Dan Slott and Olivier Coipel's "Amazing Spider-Man" #11.
Charles Soule and Ryan Stegman's "Inhuman" #9 plunges into "AXIS," where we find inverted Medusa at her worst and more dangerous than ever.
Once every full moon, the Wolf resurfaces in a hailstorm of blood and gore -- and Dillon plans to put a stop to it once and for all in Cullen Bunn and Jeremy Haun's "Wolf Moon" #1.
"Spider-Verse" continues in Peter David and Will Sliney's "Spider-Man 2099" #6 as Miguel O'Hara, six-armed Peter Parker, and Lady Spider crash Alchemax.
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The Teen Titans get a makeover in Jeff Lemire, Terry Dodson, Rachel Dodson, and Cam Smith's "Teen Titans Earth One" Volume 1.
In "AXIS" #6, Rick Remender, Terry Dodson, and Rachel Dodson take readers on a tour of the Avengers and X-Men gone mad in an inverted world.
Without much help from the man himself, Jennifer Walters and Matt Murdock face off in the conclusion to the trial of Captain Steve Rogers in Charles Soule and Javier Pulido's "She-Hulk" #10.
As Barbara settles into a new life at graduate school, her childhood comes back to haunt her in Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher, and Babs Tarr's "Batgirl" #36.
No disaster is too small for Sam Alexander when he finds himself on a little Halloween adventure with a few of the Jean Grey School students in Gerry Duggan, Frederico Santagati, and John Timms' "Nova" #22.
On the way to rescuing his kidnapped friend Sebastian, Fabian encounters an ailing town in need of his special skills in Frank J. Barbiere and Chris Mooneyham's "Five Ghosts" #13.
A mysterious villain begins to collect pieces of Wolverine's past, starting with X-23, Daken, Sabretooth, Lady Deathstrike, and Mystique in Charles Soule and Oliver Nome's "The Logan Legacy" #1.
Soon after suffering the loss of his first love, Nightcrawler must face a second death in his chosen family: that of Wolverine, his best friend, in Marguerite Bennett, Chris Claremont and Todd Nauck's "Nightcrawler" #7.