The C.O.W.L. is still on strike, but some supers are still working. Meanwhile, new supervillains appear and a commission is looking into John Pierce’s murder.
In Secret Identities, superhero team The Front Line is infiltrated by a super who only wants to find out their secrets.
They’re Not Like Us gives us a taste of what has the potential to be a compelling and original interpretation of the superhero genre. Less spandex, more dubious morals and outsider angst. Stephenson and Gane do a great job in introducing characters that will hopefully grow and develop as the series progresses.
“Wayward” concludes its first story-arc in a story where many things are revealed – especially the role of Rori’s mother.
The wonderfully vintage origin story of C.O.W.L. leader Geoffrey Warner, the Grey Raven.
A nuanced, dynamic take on the superhero archetype with amazing illustration and likeable characters
1962: the Chicago superheroes, unionised in C.O.W.L., encounter their worst enemies yet: politicians. And there’s some internal trouble too…
Protectors Inc is a retro take on a Watchmen style mystery story, it focuses on a world of WWII and corporate themed heroes, pitted against each other after the death of one of their own.
Join us for this column as I discuss the thorny issue of whether comic book characters should age. Fans of a married Spider-man, you may wish to leave the room… Read more »
To date, the Marvel Anime project has been met mostly with indifference. As the west has yet to work out a winning way of selling superhero cartoons to Japan (although… Read more »