A woman encounters her teenage self in this Luisa: Now And Then exclusive

If you could meet your teenage self, what would you say to them? Thirtysomething Luisa Arambol gets the opportunity to find out in Luisa: Now And Then. It’s the latest release from Humanoid’s Life Drawn line of graphic novels, which tell more grounded, intimate stories than the publisher’s signature sci-fi and fantasy…

Jen goes on a reluctant rampage in this Sensational She-Hulk #160 exclusive

Marvel Legacy is about bringing the best elements of Marvel’s back past into its present, and while the jury’s out on how well it’s succeeding overall, The Sensational She-Hulk is a book that really benefits from the spirit of the character’s past stories. Hulk’s final issue before being retitled had writer Mariko…

Hulk #4 explores the aftershocks of trauma in this exclusive preview

Marvel’s new Hulk series is a severe departure from what fans have come to expect from Jen “She-Hulk” Walters, taking her away from her previous fun-loving personality as she deals with the trauma of Civil War II. After nearly dying and waking up from a coma to discover her cousin, Bruce “Hulk” Banner, has been…

Kara gets her first taste of being a hero in this Supergirl: Being Super #2 exclusive

After floundering for most of DC Comics’ New 52, Supergirl is finally getting the respect she deserves in the current Supergirl comics. Writer Steve Orlando and artist Brian Ching have taken the main Supergirl ongoing in a strong new direction by incorporating elements from the Supergirl TV show, and writer Mariko…

Civil War II will make you yearn for the time when bad comics were good fun

Bad comics used to be fun. The first Civil War, 10 years in hindsight, had charm—a well-made piece of hokum that falls apart the moment one looks away. It was a fun book to flip through and pick out weird or awful or (occasionally) interesting sequences. It doesn’t hold up, not proportionate to the weight Marvel…

Mariko Tamaki launches a new Jennifer Walters Hulk series for Marvel

Jennifer Walters has had a rough summer. She suffered near-fatal injuries and the death of her cousin, Bruce “The Hulk” Banner, in the pages of Marvel’s Civil War II crossover event, and that trauma is the foundation of Walters’ new ongoing series debuting in December from writer Mariko Tamaki and artist Nico Leon. …