Apple has reportedly approved a 10-episode sci-fi series co-created by Simon Kinberg, who has written many of the X-Men movies going back to 2006. This show will apparently be part of the streaming video service Apple is expected to launch this year.
Not much is known about Kinberg’s latest creation yet, though it’s scheduled to start filming this summer.
Capullo’s art continues to shine. And make you scratch your head. And shine.
Never in its many incarnations has the Animal Man mythos been this fascinating.
Refreshing in its choices. Miles Morales is not Peter Parker.
Hickman is in pure form. A science-fiction Western? YES. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse running around and kicking semi-righteous ass? Also YES.
It keeps getting more bizarre and funny and Rob Guillory’s art continues to shine. Also, you can’t argue with a comic that continues to make up increasingly awesome food-related superpowers.
Arguably the best title in Robert Kirkman’s Skybound sub-label, this gem tells the “untold” tale of what Lewis & Clark REALLY found. Imaginative and nuts.
A worthy follow-up to Origin. A pre-Wolverine Logan is sooooo ANGRY. And sad. And tragic. There’s a spread in Issue #4 that made some of us go “NO!” AND “YES!” at the same time.
Cyclops is INTERESTING. #whatnoway
In the future, powerful families rule instead of governments or corporations. One genetically engineered member of the family kicks the asses of anyone the family decides needs it. Awesome.
It’s still hilarious. Like they say, it’s “The Hobbit meets The Hangover.”
We know this is more than 10, but we added this cuz she is bad ass. Period.
When we’re looking for comics in our local nerd den, we’re often overwhelmed by the quantity of new titles each week. That’s not even counting the back issues and collected series in trade paperback format.
So we asked some of the most alpha nerds we know: the folks at Industrial Toys, a game development team (Midnight Star) with a who’s-who pedigree in geek. There’s CEO Alex Seropian, the co-founder of Bungie games (Marathon, Halo), Tim Harris, part owner of Alley Cat Comics in Chicago, John Scalzi, best-selling science fiction author, and Mike Choi, a veteran comic book artist in his own right.
Harris and Seropian, along with art director Aaron Marroquin and senior graphic designer Sarah Chiappetta, chimed in to our request with the comic books that they think are the best in the bin.