With Doom Patrol #1, Gerard Way has created a worthy successor to Grant Morrison’s iconic run. Weird, wild and beautiful, it hits all the right notes.
So, how does Grant Morrison’s take on the iconic heroine stack up? Not as great as one might have hoped.
Klaus #2 continues in their series’ interpretation of the origins of the jolly fat man with a strong sense of justice
Klaus #1 is the first in Grant Morrison’s new gritty origin story of bearded folklore legend Santa Clause brought to you by BOOM! Studios
Nameless #3 continues Morrison and Burnham’s twisted scifi/horror opus with more mind bending shenanigans.
Are most superhero comics written from a left-wing perspective? Should it matter?
Captain Victory and the Galactic Rangers #6 Joe Casey (w) Nick Dragotta, Michel Fiffe, Jim Mahfood, Benjamin Marra, Dan McDaid, Tradd Moore, Grant Morrison, Jim Rugg (a) Nathan Fox (c)… Read more »
Max Nomax is condemned to life imprisonment near the Great Annihilator, the black hole at the centre of the galaxy. Ray Spass, the writer who created Nomax, has issues of his own.
In the halls of San Diego it would seem that the Earth-3 Grant Morrison is divulging secrets of The Multiversity. WIth the first issue on the way and… Read more »
Written by Grant Morrison Art by Frank Quitely & Philip Tan Reviewed by Graham Robertson How do I admit the following without opening myself up to ridicule… Read more »