comics

From Marvel to DC, Geeks explores the popular and independant comic titles in the geek universe.

Anime Geek13 hours ago
'The Seven Deadly Sins' End
Disbelief. Shock. Those were the first reactions to the news of The Seven Deadly Sins manga ending soon. It has been one of the most loved and awaited animes of 2018, yet the manga will be ending in r...
hannah irelan4 days ago
Top Batman Fan Theories That Will Blow Your Socks Off
Batman has been a major figure in comic book history for over 80 years, yet still, his full origin, his villains, and even those closest to him remain somewhat of a mystery to the audience. It is huma...
Luqman Sattar4 days ago
'Hulk Vs. Hotshot: The Human Ray Gun!'
I'm finally covering the Immortal Hulk 'Issue #3,' and you can slowly see pieces of a puzzle start to come together. Really, Al Ewing is doing a fantastic job with Bruce Banner and The Hulk. I'm reall...
Cold Pizza4 days ago
Top 10 Spider-Man Comic Books to Read Before Spider-Man Swings by on PlayStation 4.
Dear reader, Please keep in mind that these are not universally acknowledged as the best. These are just in my opinion the best and most interesting Spider-Man™️ stories to read either if you are look...
Luqman Sattar4 days ago
Lesser Known Marvel Characters: Who Is Sasquatch?
Everybody knows who the Hulk is, and some may know that there are other Hulks (or there were) in the Marvel Universe. Among these other Hulks are Abomination, A-Bomb, Doc Samson, and She-Hulk to name ...
hannah irelan5 days ago
Top Comic Reads from a Comic Amateur
I have been reading comics almost religiously for a month now. Compared to my 19 years of life, one month seems minuscule, and it is, but the last 31 days have provided me with 31 opportunities to bur...
Luqman Sattar8 days ago
Road to the X-Men/Inhuman War (Part 1)
In this post, we are going to be going over the first issue of Death of X by Jeff Lemire and Charles Soule, which is awesome because I love both of their writing. Death of X is a four-issue mini-serie...
Luqman Sattar11 days ago
Summary and Review of 'The Sentry #1'
Some people consider The Sentry to be Marvel's Superman, but I feel like he is more comparable to Shazam from DC Comics. I know next to nothing about the Sentry but I do know enough to give you a basi...
Anime Geek12 days ago
'Fairy Tail: 100 Year Quest'
Fairy Tail: 100 Year Quest finally made its way to fans in July 2018 (there are spoilers ahead so read on at your own risk). The long-awaited spin-off finally began and it was received with extreme en...
Luqman Sattar13 days ago
Profile Update: August 2018
Just a fairly quick post about updates with my profile. I've decided to take a step back and go over the everything that was part of the ResurrXion event that began in March of 2017 and follow all of ...
Luqman Sattar16 days ago
Multiple Man and His Multiple Men!
I've never taken the time to get to know who Multiple Man is in the Marvel Universe, so I thought I would give this title by Matt Rosenberg a shot—and man is this title hilarious. From my experience, ...
Luqman Sattar16 days ago
The Fate of the Fantastic Four (Part 1)
Gearing up for the return of the Fantastic Four in Marvel Comics in August, we are going to be going over Marvel 2-in-One: The Human Torch and The Thing by Chip Zdarsky. What this title is supposed to...
Luqman Sattar23 days ago
A Review of 'Weapon X #1-20'
I've managed to catch up to Greg Pak's run on Weapon X that features the Batch H storyline and a crossover with Totally Awesome Hulk, which is also written by Greg Pak. Many fans seem to not like Pak'...
Luqman Sattar23 days ago
The Champions: The Comic Heroes We Need
At first, I thought that Marvel's: The Champions was a team that mirrored the Teen Titans, or at least the current iteration of the Teen Titans in DC Rebirth, but now I realize that they are very diff...
Zack Krafsig24 days ago
What the Worlds of DC Can Learn from the Hard Traveling Heroes
The newly christened Worlds of DC are in desperate need of a refocus. Since 2013, the Worlds of DC have released five movies (The Man of Steel, Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Suicide Squad, Wond...
Enjoying Comics - 'Superman: Earth One' - Part 1 (Adolescence)
Superman Earth: One is a reboot of the Superman story which gives new readers a jumping off point. The volume is an origin story, isolated from the larger narrative within DC comics. We enter with Cla...
Zack Krafsiga month ago
Remember That Time Luke Cage and Iron Fist Teamed Up With Doctor Who?
Doctor Who is one of the most popular science-fiction properties of all time. The show has been on television since 1963 and has legions of fans dedicated to it. In 1982, Marvel saw Doctor Who’s popul...
F. Simon Granta month ago
Steve Ditko's Vision of Eternity in Dr. Strange
Steve Ditko will be remembered most for co-creating Spider-Man and Dr. Strange with Stan Lee (and may deserve more of the credit than Lee, depending on who you ask). He drew some of the most loved Spi...