Our minds are inebriated on thought.
Meet the Krampus, yuletide terror and punisher of wicked children.
Marvels is a four-issue limited series comic book written by Kurt Busiek, painted by Alex Ross and edited by Marcus McLaurin. It was published by Marvel Comics in 1994.
Some quick news from this year’s San Diego Comic-Con.
When a lonely human-robot-hybrid refuses to live a life of seclusion, he finds a community of outcasts in the world of electronic music. But, when he discovers his remixes have the power to heal broken hearts and minds, he must learn that revealing who you truly are comes at a price before he is captured by the people who “created” him.
Hal Jordan yearns for the thrill of discovery, but the days when astronaut and adventure were synonymous are long gone. His gig prospecting asteroids for Ferris Galactic is less than fulfilling–but at least he’s not on Earth, where technology and culture have stagnated.
Billy is hounded, bullied and abused. He wants nothing more than a loving family… but it doesn’t seem to be in the cards for him. That hate. That dejection. It calls out in Billy’s voice and, this time, something answered. The Rejected, led by Mr. Teeth, offer Billy otherworldly protection and a place in the family. The shadowy beings allow Billy to take his revenge on anyone that maligned him. Billy has to be careful, though. The Rejected can make your desires come true… but at what price?
Our complete coverage of the 2018 Wizard World Comic and Gaming Con in Cleveland Ohio.
After being betrayed by the bears that raised him, the legendary SHIRTLESS BEAR-FIGHTER wanders the forest he’s sworn to protect, fist-fighting bears, eating flapjacks and being the angriest man the world has ever known!
Knight In The Snake Pit mixes different genres, as it takes place in two different settings. The first is a mental asylum in the 1940’s and the second is a medieval fantasy world. The main character finds himself living in both worlds simultaneously. In one, he’s a knight, called upon by a king to save a kingdom. In the second world, he’s just another patient at a hospital, suffering from what his doctors describe as “grand delusions.”
A review of the critically acclaimed Tom King Vision series.