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10 Most Muscular DC Comics Heroes

DC Comics has a pantheon of superheroes with the bodies of Greek gods, both literally and metaphorically. A superhero's physique is often one of their most recognizable characteristics. Of course, they also vary a lot between artists…

Sunday comics get a makeover

June 19 marks the day of new comics in the Sunday newspaper. The Grand Bend Tribune is excited to bring you fresh new comics. We hope you enjoy them, as we tried to choose comics that would be suitable for all ages. We've curated a few of…

10 Best Cyberpunk Comics By DC

Cyberpunk was once a niche genre rarely seen except for occasional films such as blade runner. Now, cyberpunk is not just a genre but an aesthetic that people love as it tries to ground its science fiction in a way that's a bit more…

Serious About Comics

A student from Memorial University has been honored by the Humanities and Social Sciences Federation. Elisabeth Pfeiffer says comics are ripe for an examination of sociopolitical issues of gender, race and sexuality as the art form…

Forever Forward #1 • AIPT

A new time travel sci-fi is coming in August exploring time travel through “the future” as an Odyssey-style mythical journey called always forward. Launching in comic book stores August 24 via Scout Comics, the new series is from writer…

The man who fell to earth • AIPT

January 26, 2022 – Titan Comics is thrilled to announce an all-new, fully licensed graphic novel adaptation of the cult 1976 film The man who fell to earth of STUDIOCANAL with David Bowie! Written by Dan Watters (cowboy bebop) with…

Detective Comics #1049 review

We're back with another episode of the "Shadows of the Bat" storyline, currently running in DC Detective comics. As always, for the main story, we have Mariko Tamaki writing, Ivan Reis on art, and Matthew Rosenberg writing on the side…