• Future Prospects: Mabel P. Garza Interview
    Future Prospects: Mabel P. Garza Interview

    Just about anything is possible these days thanks to social media. For me, this interview would have never been possible without social media and a little bit of networking. I am a m...

  • Harrow County #6
    Harrow County #6

    If you're not reading Harrow County yet, it's probably not too late to catch up, but let me add, WHY THE HELL NOT?! It's October, Halloween is fast approaching and this book will...

  • Review: Paper Girls #1
    Review: Paper Girls #1

    It happened again. I walked into my LCS this week and headed for my locker (where my weekly pulls go) and along the way I pass the table with the new releases, and there it wa...

  • Words with Dale
    Words with Dale

    FEAR THE NIGHT…. AND THE SPINNER-RACKS For the longest time, comics were seen as stuff for the kids, not really anything to be taken serious by ‘grown-ups.’ I’m fairly...

  • Advance Review: Dragons and Warriors #0
    Advance Review: Dragons and Warriors #0

    For the past few months whenever I would call up my buddy Tim Morse to talk about my latest comic find or purchase the conversation would turn to his pet project, Dragons & Warri...

  • Creators Join SMC Staff to Pick the Best Comics of 2014
    Creators Join SMC Staff to Pick the Best Comics of 2014

    2014 was a great year for comics and it would be a shame if we didn't give it a proper send off by highlighting the best. To give us a hand, we've invited our comic making friends ...

  • Review: Propeller #1
    Review: Propeller #1

    When you only read comics produced by Marvel and DC, you are almost conditioned to expect the work to function in a certain way. There’s a formula to the narrative arc, a structure...

  • Review: Silver, Vol. 1
    Review: Silver, Vol. 1

    Stephan Franck has already done quite a bit during a successful animation career. He co-created the Nicktoons’ Corneil and Bernie. He worked on films such as a Space Jam, The Iron ...

  • Review: The Undoubtables
    Review: The Undoubtables

    The Undoubtables is a new graphic novel written by Wes Locher with art from Emre Ozdamarlar and published by Markosia. ...

  • Review: The Amazing Spider-Man #9
    Review: The Amazing Spider-Man #9

    In serial storytelling there is almost always a span of time following a major earth-shaking event where the logical question is “what’s next?” How does a writer move on and ke...

  • Crowd Funding Flash: Sapphire Comics
    Crowd Funding Flash: Sapphire Comics

    Patrick Pinto (aka @RedHoodWing) recently contacted me on Twitter to tell me about an amazing Indiegogo campaign that he has started to try and fund a comic book store in his native ...

  • Review: Terrible Lizard #1
    Review: Terrible Lizard #1

    Terrible Lizard #1 is the first in a 5 issue mini series from our friends at Oni Press, written by industry favorite Cullen Bunn with art by Drew Moss. ...

  • Pricing Your Comic Finds
    Pricing Your Comic Finds

    My friend, and blog editor, Chip Reece knows that I buy and sell comics on the side to make some extra cash and to put books in my collection. He suggested that I write an article ab...

  • Review: Man From Space OGN
    Review: Man From Space OGN

    Man from Space is an original graphic novel by cartoonist Marc Jackson and published by Markosia Publishing. Released in September 2014, this original graphic novel contains a coll...

  • Review: Memetic #1
    Review: Memetic #1

    Memetic #1 is the first issue in a new limited series from the minds of James Tynion IV & Eryk Donovan at Boom Studios.  The book focuses on an internet meme known as the ...

  • A Trio of Horror Reviews for Halloween
    A Trio of Horror Reviews for Halloween

    With the spooky season almost upon us, now is a better time than any to take a look at a few horror based titles to help fill out your Halloween reading list. ...

  • Review: Southern Bastards #5
    Review: Southern Bastards #5

    Southern Bastards is arguably one of the best new series this year. Jason Aaron and Jason Latour  get back to their Southern roots as they head to the fictional Craw County, AL, ...

  • It's All In The Trades: The Deep: Here Be Dragons
    It's All In The Trades: The Deep: Here Be Dragons

    With Tom Taylor's amazing run on Earth 2 for DC Comics coming to an end recently and with the impending release of the highly anticipated Superior Iron Man for Marvel Comics, I tho...

  • Review: The Flash #35
    Review: The Flash #35

    Comics are at their best when a story evolves naturally from the artistic endeavors of the creators, when the story’s tension builds through character actions, when the climax thro...

  • Review: Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #1
    Review: Chilling Adventures of Sabrina #1

    Following on from the success of the 2013 series Afterlife with Archie, Archie Comics are continuing their re-invention of classic characters by tackling another much loved franchis...

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Uncanny Origins #14 (1997)

Uncanny Origins #14 (1997)

The Iron Fist featured in this issue is the 70s version of Danny Rand. Filled with anger over the murder of his father and later tragic death of his mother, young Danny sought vengeance when...

Uncanny Origins #13 (1997)

Uncanny Origins #13 (1997)

This issue of Uncanny Origins uncovers the origin of Daredevil. Though to be honest, this is more Matt Murdock's story than a legend of the Hero of Hell's Kitchen. But that's more than OK wi...

Uncanny Origins #12 (1997)

Uncanny Origins #12 (1997)

With many of the silver age characters, I am pretty versed in their origins. (Thanks in very, very large part to the epic MARVEL SAGA series published from 1985-87.) The same goes for the So...

Isis #1 (1976)

Isis #1 (1976)

In this first issue, ISIS must battle an ancient Egyptian priest was was freed from his slumber in a miniature pyramid that has been moved to a museum in the US. He too speaks in rhymes and ...

Ant-Man #TP Vol 1 (2015)

Ant-Man #TP Vol 1 (2015)

After a pretty hard life in the Big Apple, Scott Lang follows his daughter to sunny Miami. Lang hasn't always been there for Cassie, what with being in jail and all, so he decides to stay cl...

Imaginary Friends #GN (2009)

Imaginary Friends #GN (2009)

A ragtag bunch of characters with special powers is called together to save all of reality from being destroyed. This kinda sounds like your typical Justice League or Avengers tale. Only the...

Mighty Thor #6 (2016)

Mighty Thor #6 (2016)

Enjoyable story that doesn't have the same high quality art as previous stories.

Uncanny Origins #10 (1997)

Uncanny Origins #10 (1997)

This was an exciting story but it reads a little too much like the pages of Batman with Black Cat playing the role of Catwoman. Let's look at this a bit. Alicia Hardy learns that her father ...

Uncanny Origins #9 (1997)

Uncanny Origins #9 (1997)

The mutant Storm is the focus of this issue of Uncanny Origins. From her birth in New York to her life as a pickpocket in the streets of Cairo after the death of her parents. For the most pa...

Uncanny Origins #8 (1997)

Uncanny Origins #8 (1997)

I really enjoyed this issue. It revealed a lot about the hero that I didn't know. It also boasts a very good story. For once, this series crafts an all-encompassing story that spans the year...

Uncanny Origins #7 (1997)

Uncanny Origins #7 (1997)

The complicated relationship between Eddie Brock and the alien symbiote that turns him into Venom is explored in this issue. From Peter Parker first coming across the parasitic creature in t...

Uncanny Origins #4 (1996)

Uncanny Origins #4 (1996)

Issue #4 stars one of the cosmic stars of the Marvel Universe. OK, Firelord is more of a third tier character, but that last sentence was a pretty good pun you must admit. I am actually at a...