Jess takes a look at the second month of DC's Rebirth releases.
In this week's No Context Given: Leia kicks butt!
Welcome to Comics Fetish, your weekly dose of wallet pain. This week, we've rolled with the theme Busting Ghosts! Check out some neat Ghostbusters merch.
Priya Sridhar discusses the impact of the graphic novel The Killing Joke in how it defined the grim and gritty Joker, and his victims like Barbara Gordon.
Are you missing lesbian mermaid comics in your life? Then you need to read these suggestions from Danika.
Katie focuses on how the series JAMES BOND creates the illusion of movement and action through its art.
Thomas gives us an accounting of Drawn & Quarterly's "The State of Graphic Novels Today" panel and discusses the publisher's illustrious history.
Fan of PENNY DREADFUL and devastated by its end? We've got comics to help you out.
Snotgirl, Faith, and more rad female characters round out this week's pull list highlights.
Kory talks about embracing his own nerdiness through the manga series GENSHIKEN.
Since Marvel cancelled the Fantastic Four, it has lacked a comic series that takes family—in all its dimensions—seriously.
With Harry Potter actor Tom Felton joining The Flash as a series regular, this reader's dreamcasting superhero roles for other Hogwarts alumni.
Jake discusses the top subscribed comics of June 2016 at Fantom Comics in Washington, DC, and what the trends mean for comics generally.
We recommend comics for characters in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.