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

WatchMojo 3 months ago
Joker vs. Carnage
When it comes to sadistic, mass-murdering villains with a notable crazy streak, who reigns supreme? Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’ll be going crime for crime with Joker and Carnage to see who...
Jacob Brown3 months ago
Rogue Omega #1
This is the raw (all be it edited) script for Rogue Omega Issue #1. For future updates as this comic goes from script to drawn book, follow @Jacob_thewriter on Instagram. Enjoy!
Greg Seebregts3 months ago
Netflix Potential: Lady Death
If you could remake a movie of your choice; which would it be and how would you go about re-adapting it? Last year I did an article on the Top 5 Comic Book Films which deserve a second chance. The fee...
Lestat's Comic Book Review Round-Up Week 3, January 2019
It’s been an exciting comic book week. Though several of my favourite series have ended, there’s a handful of new series released that I decided to check out. The majority of the issues I read for my week three Comic Book Review Round-Up were stellar; unfortunately, not all. For DC Comics, Titans #33 was action-packed and pacey and The Batman Who Laughs #2 remains excellent. The conclusion to the X-Men Disassembled arc was outstanding, yet unexpected. I’m really intrigued to know what Marvel has...
WatchMojo 3 months ago
Top 10 Spider-Man Villains Who Deserve Their Own Movie
It’s official—we’re living in a post-Venom world. So what comes next? Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the Top 10 Spider-Man Villains Who Deserve their Own Movi...
Lestat's Comic Book Review Round-Up Week 2
My second Comic Book Review Round-Up was a much better experience than the first. It’s been an epic week of battles between the good and evil on-page. Some heroes triumphed, others continue to battle another day. I’m really glad that the majority of the art was par for the course and none of the material was overly regressive or problematic (not any more than usual, anyway). This week’s quick-fire reviews include DC Comics’ Nightwing, Batman, and the new Young Justice comic by Brian Michael Bend...
Lestat's Comic Book Review Round-Up
I read a few select comics every week, so I've decided to do a round-up of reviews of those comic books. This will, hopefully, help you decide which titles to pick up or give up on. Kicking off my first Comic Book Review Round-Up of 2019 is a look at DC Comics’ controversial, Heroes in Crisis series by Tom King, the ongoing Titans series, as well as Marvel’s solo title Shatterstar, the eighth issue of Uncanny X-Men and the new limited series Star Wars: Age Of The Republic. The list of comic book...
Edward German4 months ago
'Magnus the Robot Fighter'
Magnus the Robot Fighter 4000 AD was a Gold Key comic published between 1963 and 1977. It was written and drawn by Russ Manning during its first run with Gold Key comics. In later years, the series wo...
Craig Arnott4 months ago
Power Rangers that Landed with a Boom! Studios Entrance
Power Rangers has had a long history on the small screen with many canon events being created during the Zordon Era and beyond. But now some of these events have now been undone with the creation of B...
WatchMojo 4 months ago
Top 10 Powerful Comic Book Characters
Power. Everybody wants it. Some people got it—in spades. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 most powerful comic book characters. For this list, we’re focu...
WatchMojo 4 months ago
Top 10 Marvel Plot Twists You Didn't See Coming
We did not see that one coming. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today, we’re counting down the top 10 Marvel comics plot twists. We’ll be looking at the most shocking and impactful twists and turns Marv...
Daniel Brizuela5 months ago
Pop Culture Guy Episode 4: The Comics I've Read So Far
The first in a series of videos wherein I share what comic books I've been reading lately, with small opinions on each. I began to buy and read comic books on a monthly basis since 2015. I've always been interested in reading them, especially as I love to watch superhero movies and tv shows. Never got around to it until then as I was afraid of the large history associated with them. Watching Linkara's Atop the Fourth Wall comic book review video web series finally convinced me to read comics. St...
WatchMojo 5 months ago
Top 10 Harley Quinn Moments
Batgirl, eat your heart out. Welcome to WatchMojo.com and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the "Top 10 Harley Quinn Moments." For this list, we’re taking a look at Harley’s most memorable mo...
WatchMojo 5 months ago
Top 10 Most Powerful DC Characters
Good, bad, or neutral, you don’t want to mess with these mighty beings! Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’ll be counting down our picks for "Top 10 Most Powerful DC Characters." For this list, we...
Walter Duke5 months ago
A Game of Ones and Zeroes
In 1986, two comic books debuted that would ultimately shape the way comic books were written. Since the 1960s, Marvel comics had reigned in terms of popularity when compared to DC comics. This was ma...
Allen D. Lyons5 months ago
Old Comics That Won't Break Your Wallet
It's a wonder what you can find in the 25 cent bin at your local comic book shop. With only a couple bucks, you can get yourself some real treasures.
Roger Reynolds Jr5 months ago
The Dakotaverse: DC's Black Community
The concept of the shared universe is the heart of superhero media. Superhero pop culture is one of the most rapidly changing genres in media, with new trends aesthetics being introduced almost yearly...
Luqman Sattar5 months ago
Alternate Version of Spider-Man: Spider-Punk
Because we are nearing the release of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse I am posting about the alternate versions of Spider-Man that have appeared in Marvel comics. These posts will vary from explanat...