Mark Millar was a pretty hot commodity at Marvel during the 2000s, so this week, we’re returning to look at some more of his work. You’ll know the basic story from the hit 2016 film. It’s Avenger vs. Avenger. Friend vs. Friend. Captain America vs. Iron Man. It’s Marvel’s Civil War.
We’ve looked at the birth of the Avengers. We’ve reviewed the Justice League movie. Now it’s time to head back to 2011 and check out the birth of the current DC universe. Featuring writing and artwork from one of DC’s most prolific writers and one of their co-publishers to boot, it’s Justice League: Origin.
If you enjoyed Avengers Assemble, why not come check out the comic-book that inspired it.
This week, we’re looking at the modern retelling of the Avengers origin; witness the birth of The Ultimates.
I take a look at Darth Vader, Marvel’s other (now-former) main Star Wars series, and an example of all-round great comic making.
We’re taking a brief time-out here at New to Comics, but to fill up the gap, here’s some classic Star Wars content, re-edited to fit the new house style. Enjoy!
Beautiful. Gritty. Beautifully gritty. We’re looking at Mike Grell’s reinvention of the Green Arrow comic-books, as Oliver Queen diteches Star City for Seattle in The Longbow Hunters.
Returning to the Marvel side of things, we’re hitting another classic story. Fans of Netflix’s Daredevil TV series will want to check this out, as it’s set to be the basis for season three. It’s ‘the definitive Daredevil tale’, Born Again.