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GWW Best of 2016 – Comics!

GWW Best of 2016 – Comics!

Another year has come and gone and now its time for the Geeks Worldwide staff to look back at the best comics of 2016. These selections are chosen by GWW staff member, writers, podcasters, and editors, and shows the diversity and range of our fandoms. As always we...

DC Comics Rebirth Collected Editions Available

DC Comics Rebirth Collected Editions Available

It's no easy task that DC Comics has undertaken to revamp their popular comics, characters and world, but it's a challenge that DC Comics has met and exceeded. DC Comics: Rebirth continues to delight fans and the creative community with its take on classic characters...

Has Marvel Lost Its Way?

Has Marvel Lost Its Way?

I love comics. Period. Although there may be certain characters who inhabit my wild fan-boy heart more than others, I don't choose sides when it comes to my imagination. Marvel does some amazing funny books. So does DC. So does Image. So does Fantagraphics. So do the...

Flare, Fire, and Fast: Red Hood and the Outlaws #2 (Review)

Flare, Fire, and Fast: Red Hood and the Outlaws #2 (Review)

Red Hood and the Outlaws #2 DC Writer: Scott Lobdell Artist: Dexter Soy Readers looking for the potential in the new Red Hood and the Outlaws series should go back and read the review for last issue. Readers looking for a good Red Hood and the Outlaws comic, should go...

Who is Cyborg? Cyborg: Rebirth #1 (Review)

Who is Cyborg? Cyborg: Rebirth #1 (Review)

Cyborg: Rebirth #1 DC Comics Written by: John Semper, Jr. Art by: Tony Kordos, Sandra Hope, Paul Pelletier SPOILER ALERT Cyborg returns with his own series in this action filled and philosophically interesting issue written by John Semper Jr. If you haven't read a...

Not quite Fast Enough – “The Flash” #1 (Review)

Not quite Fast Enough – “The Flash” #1 (Review)

Flash #1 DC Comics Written by: Joshua Williamson Art by: Carmine Di Giandomencio After reading the first two issues of Joshua Williamson’s DC Rebirth Flash run it remains clear that he truly has a grasp on the character of Barry Allen and his motivations. Now the...

Dead no more! – “Superman” #1 (Review)

Dead no more! – “Superman” #1 (Review)

Superman #1 DC Comics Written by: Peter Tomasi Art by: Patrick Gleason *MILD SPOILERS FOR SUPERMAN #1 BELOW Dead no more was supposed to be the title of another publisher’s big story later this year. However it aptly applies to the first issue of Peter Tomasi and...

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