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.
Looking for some background to your new favourite comic-book characters? If so, here are some quick character bios on every hero New to Comics has covered so far.
[Updated 01/08/18: Fantastic Four & the Guardians of the Galaxy]
As New to Comics’ ‘Infinity Week’ starts to wind down, we bring you some extra content from over at Cultured Vultures – ‘The MCU Must Watch List’ and the ‘6 Best Moments from Avengers: Infinity War’
“In time, you will know what it’s like to lose. To feel so desperately that you’re right. Yet to fail all the same. Dread it. Run from it. Destiny still arrives… Or rather… This comic does”
(Alright, you got me, I altered that quote)
To celebrate our topic for the next month – characters who aren’t limited to just Earth, but travel the whole universe – New to Comics gets a little help from its sister site, Moungabio Movie Talk, to bring you a review of the biggest movie event of all time!
Last week we looked at the amazing Amazon Wonder Woman and her adventures with the Greek pantheon, but this week it’s time for a REAL God to take the spotlight, as New to Comics breaks down the 2000s Rebirth of the God of Thunder, Thor!
Month one of New to Comics is over, and now it’s time to move on from super-heroes (partially) to mythology.
To celebrate these Godlike figures, we’re taking a break from breakdowns and bios to look at the relationship between Comic-Books and Mythology.