​Everything You Ever Loved About Neil Gaiman's Sandman Comes Back Today

Maybe it was portrayal of the Lord of the Dreaming as a mopey loner, ambling through the universe's subconscious. Or the idea that the personifications of Destiny, Death and Destruction were a squabbling yet loving family like yours. Or the way that rotating art teams seemed to capture different facets of Sandman's… » 10/30/13 5:05pm 10/30/13 5:05pm

Verily, This Hip-Hop Graphic Novel’s Take on Romeo & Juliet Is My New…

I haven't read Shakespeare since high school. But Prince of Cats » 9/25/12 3:00pm 9/25/12 3:00pm makes me want to go back to 10th grade English class and actually pay attention. Was Romeo a grafitti artist when the Bard of Avon first created him? Of course he wasn't. But that change and the rest of the updating that writer/artist Ronald Wimberly…

Five Comics That Will Make You Recall Lost Glories This Week

If you're here in the Panel Discussion programming block, you might be a lapsed comics reader, trying to find a way back to the JLA Satellite. Or you might someone killing time until you pick up your weekly Wednesday pull list. Or maybe you've said goodbye to dozens of longboxes to embrace the promise of digital… » 5/15/12 4:00pm 5/15/12 4:00pm

This Graphic Novel Shows The Horrific Costs of Modern Warfare

Shooters » 5/15/12 3:30pm 5/15/12 3:30pm protagonist Terry Glass isn't that different from the kind of character you'd play in a , or game. He's a fictional American soldier fighting in the geopolitical hotspots where America's armed forces face off against disparate, tough-to-pin-down threats. Young, handsome and affable, Glass fights for all…