comics

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

Luqman Sattar6 months ago
The Creepiest Batman Story
Okay, so this Batman story may just be one of my favorites. Not just for the writing, but for the art. It was written by Grant Morrison, who is a legend in the comic book industry. He's written epic s...
Luqman Sattar6 months ago
Superman & Batman's Legacy Duo
If you are reading mainstream DC Comics that are under the DC Rebirth branding, then you probably know that Superman (Clark Kent) has a son named Jonathan Kent. And if you've been reading comics in th...
Luqman Sattar6 months ago
Kamala Khan: The Rundown
Alright, so I'm getting into the original Ms. Marvel run by G. Willow Wilson. And what I am going to be talking about with respect to the character is her origin, her importance in the main Marvel Uni...
Luqman Sattar6 months ago
The Colors of The X-Men
Okay so let's say you, a new comic reader, want to buy an X-men comic from the comic book store. Sounds easy enough right? Yeah, you're wrong. Once you walk in and see the individual X-men issues, you...
Luqman Sattar6 months ago
Why Are Comic Fans Angry?
If you are familiar with the comic book community, you may have noticed that people tend to get angry about changes within the respective comic universes that they invest their time in. Sure, every in...
Luqman Sattar6 months ago
Better Than the Avengers
The Avengers are known worldwide thanks to Marvel's Cinematic Universe. The superhero team has had a plethora of heroes join its ranks (and leave the team too) in the comics to battle threats that end...
Peyton Morris6 months ago
Batman: The History and Influence in Today's Society
According to Ultimate Batman Comics Website, the first Batman story, “The Case of the Chemical Syndicate,” was published in Detective Comics #27 in the May of 1939. Since then, the stories of the lege...
Christopher Hales7 months ago
Review: B.J Mendelson’s ‘Vengeance, Nevada’
In this apocalyptic, future-esque story, writer B.J Mendelson has created a darkened world full of questions, leaving us looking forward to revealing answers in upcoming issues. This is not a spoiler-...
Neil Gregory7 months ago
The Boys (TV Show 2019)
After a mixed response to the ongoing Preacher show on Amazon everyone wondered when and if (and more likely how?) would Garth Ennis' 'The Boys' make it to the screen? When I found out that Seth Rogen...
'Watchmen:' A Review
Before I begin, I'll offer a fair warning that this review may contain story spoilers, and is about the graphic novel only, not the movie. The Watchmen story written by Alan Moore, with art by Dave Gi...
Sam Plank8 months 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 Fox8 months 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 Fox8 months 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 German8 months 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 Rue8 months 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 Wyatt9 months 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 Watkins9 months 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...