Forget Star Wars, Superman or even Doctor Who, as this week, New to Comics delves in to the opening of one of the most bizarre first chapters of a sci-fi story we’ve ever seen. There’s magic, space-ships, ghosts, spider-lady assassins, TV-headed robots, foul mouths and a surprising amount of nudity all wrapped up in Brian K. Vaughan’s Saga: Volume 1.
We’re tackling our oldest comic yet on New to Comics, which is appropriate when dealing with Marvel’s ‘First Family’ of superheroes. So without further ado, come and check out the 1966 classic The Coming of Galactus.
We’re taking a trip back in time this week, to look at the oldest comic-book we’ve had so far. But to understand it, we’re starting off the week with a bio on Marvel’s ‘First Family’; the Fantastic Four!
The triumphant return of Hal Jordan!
Can a comic that has to make a mass murderer innocent, reintroduce a whole army of space police, a demonic cosmic villain and one of the greatest Green Lantern villains of all time possibly be new-reader friendly?
You’d be surprised.
In brightest day, in darkest night, no info shall escape our sight. Let those who crave wisdom’s might, read our bio; Green Lantern’s write
(-up. As in their history. These can’t all be winners).
They may not sound like the heroes you know, but today New to Comics looks at the comic that kickstarted the Guardians of the Galaxy’s newfound popularity.
Gone are the archers and diamond-men, and here to stay are some “Ass-kickers of the fantastic”
Infinity Week may be out of the way, but the cosmic shenanigans don’t end there!
New to Comics brings you the low-down on the Guardians of the Galaxy; the quirkiest cosmic super-team around!