comics

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

Sam Plank13 days ago
Celebrate an Early Fourth of July With the 5 Most Underrated Patriotic Superheroes
When "America the Beautiful" and superheroes cross your mind in the same thought, who is the first guy you think of? I'm going to go all fake David Blaine on you and guess it's Captain America. It was...
David Fox21 days ago
Batman vs Superman... On Rollerskates? The Craziest Covers In Comic Book History!
As comic book culture becomes ever more pervasive, our cinemas are flooded with adaptations of our favourite heroes. These days, aside from the odd tongue-in-cheek one liner in a Marvel film, the adap...
David Fox21 days ago
Why the 'Discworld' Novels Deserve a TV Adaptation
In terms of popular culture, it's never been a better time to be a #SciFi and #Fantasy fan. Growing up, the ever-expanding world of books was a refuge from the world, where I could disappear into fant...
Edward German25 days ago
'Doc Savage: The Man of Bronze'
When I was a child, I had noticed my dad reading a paperback novel that depicted a muscular, bare chested man with close cropped hair on the cover. The man was heroically posed and I was fascinated wi...
Manda Ruea month ago
Top 3 Romance/Drama Webtoons
Webcomics are easily accessible, update weekly, and have a large variety of stories to select from. Out of all the numerous genres available, the romance/drama genre takes the cake, being by far the m...
Tom Wyatta month ago
'Stop Making Comics Political!'
So, let's do this. There has been a common theme in the comic book community as of late (I say late, when it's more like 2014 with the creation of Female Thor) that comic books are too political and t...
Dominic Watkinsa month ago
Undressed to Kill
When reading Robert Rodi’s Codename: Knockout, it’s entirely forgiven were one initially reminded of Archer, FX Network’s long-running animated series, which also puts a comedic slant on the covert es...
The MCU/X-Men Problem Everyone Is Talking About
Let’s be real here, we’re all hyped about the Marvel/Disney/Fox merger. It means that we have a lot more of the core characters to play with AND they finally have the X-Men and company™—but that doesn...
Anthony DiChiara2 months ago
Joaquin Phoenix Signs On for DC/WB Joker Origin Flick
In a baffling move from Warner Bros and DC Comics, they have just announced plans to develop a standalone movie based on Batman's most popular villain, the Joker. Joaquin Phoenix is set to don the whi...
Paco Taylor3 months ago
Two-Fisted Tales: The Untold Origin of the Comic Book Superhero Iron Fist
In 1973, in a head-spinning eight month span that ran from March of that year to October, six Hong Kong martial arts films captured the #1 spot at the US box office. The collective spectacle sparked a...
Lightning Strikes Twice: 'The Wild Storm' Review
Alongside their lauded Rebirth line of comic book titles, publisher DC comics also launched a new line spearheaded by acclaimed British writer Warren Ellis and artist Jon Davis-Hunt titled: The Wild S...
JP Summers3 months ago
Free Comic Book Day 2018
It’s time to mark those calendars again! The 16th annual Free Comic Book Day is set to take place on the Saturday May 5th. For those of you who are not familiar with Free Comic Book Day, it is an annu...
Conor Hufton3 months ago
Literary Villains Suited to Comic Books
This idea probably isn't entirely original, especially since by this point all new works have drawn some inspiration from elsewhere. Inspired by The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen but unlike that s...
Move Over Belle And Cinderella, 'Wonder Woman' Could Be A Disney Princess!
The recent super heroine film, Wonder Woman, came out kicking and lasso swinging as it left satisfaction among its viewers. The blockbuster broke the traditional aesthetic surrounding comic book films...
Karina Thyra4 months ago
"From Chaos Came Superheroes!" How an Online Course Made Me Appreciate Comic Books and Superheroes
The superhero genre and the comic book industry are dominating the market right now. However, that wasn't the case in the 1930s, when comic books were widely viewed as children's reading materials, de...
Sebastian Phillips4 months ago
Why Don't More People Die in Comics?
If there’s one thing I’ve always loved about comics, it’s the insane level of violence they contain. Or—to put it another way—that they don’t contain. Superheroes are tough. They have to be. Those lan...
Joel Eisenberg4 months ago
The 10 Greatest Comic Book Stories of All-Time
First of all, here’s to a brilliant 2018. I wish everyone health, happiness and a world of success. That said … To the business at hand. There are few things more polarizing in the ATG (All Things Gee...
5 Marvel Comics Events That Need to Make It to the Movies
So the Marvel Cinematic Universe keeps on rolling, churning out success after success. It seems they can do no wrong, but all these movies have been working to one ultimate goal, a mega crossover even...