Ahead of the new Disney Plus series for Marvel's Moon Knight, I decided to do a bit more research into some of the classic comics that started it all. Besides his appearance in Werewolf by Night #32, I have not read much of the character or his origins. So I wanted to learn more before the series comes out, and what better place to start, than with issue 1 from 1980? His first solo run.
DC Vs. Vampires #2
Written by: James Tynion IV & Matthew Rosenberg Art, Colour and Main Cover by: Otto Schmidt Letters by: Tom Napolitano Variant Cover by: Francesco Mattina Edited by: Ben Abernathy Plot: After the first issue revealed some shocking truths about the oncoming war between humans, heroes and vampires, Batman has gathered a meeting of his closest... Continue Reading →
The Batman Who Laughs #1 – Dark Nights Metal Tie-In
Writer: James Tynion IVArtist: Riley RossmoColours by: Ivan PlascenciaLetterer: Tom NapolitanoCover by: Jason Fabok & Brad AndersonAssistant Editor: Dave WielgoszAssociate Editor: Rebecca TaylorEditor: Eddie Berganza Intro: When I first heard about 'Dark Knights: Metal', I knew that I would instantly be a fan, just by looking at the cool character designs, and how dark the... Continue Reading →
Biker Mice From Mars (1993)
After the success of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in the late ‘80s, it seemed that every other company and cartoonist was trying to create their own imitation of the lovable group of anthropomorphic bros, with shows like Street Sharks, and of course the team I will be reviewing today, the Biker Mice from Mars!
Dear Justice League
A brilliant and heartwarming love letter to some of our favourite heroes.
About the Author
Name: Connor Sheffield Interests: Comics, Films, Video Games, Fantasy world building. Favourite Hero: Green Arrow Favourite Villain: Scarecrow Favourite non-DC Character: The Crow A little bit about me: I am an aspiring writer and blogger with hopes of one day writing my own stories set within a fantasy world of my creation. I have an... Continue Reading →