Unboxing: Marvel Unlimited Plus Membership Kit 2018

If you enjoy reading and catching up on Marvel comics, Marvel Unlimited is a great way to do it. You can choose different plans to get access to over 20,000 digital comics. It's $9.99 a month or $69 a year (which comes out to $5.83 a month). If you want a little something extra, you …

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Best Stuff In Comics This Week

There’s a crazy amount of comics released each week. Here’s a look at some of the strangest, coolest, and funniest things you might have missed in last week’s comics. These examples should give you more of a reason to pick up these titles at your local comic shop. You can also find more current and …

Random Podcast From Heck – Episode 65: Ralph Breaks The Internet, Titans S1E7, Comics, And More

With the Thanksgiving holiday, the news was little lighter. That means a slightly shorter episode. This week features Ralph Breaks The Internet, or Wreck-It Ralph 2 as I prefer to call it. You can also find out what happened on the latest Titans episode, Asylum along with the latest comics. Don’t forget about this week’s …

Amazing Art Picks: Rogue, Spider-Man, Spaceman Spiff, And More

The coolest comic book art you won’t see in comics. The reason you won’t see this art in comics is because artists often draw sketches, warm-ups, and commissions and post them on their Tumblrs, blogs, and Twitter. Some artists even arrange commissions through their sites so be sure to check them out to stay up …

Random Podcast From Heck – Episode 64: Fantastic Beasts 2, She-Ra, Titans S1E6, And More

This week features Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. Maybe I should've talked about the fact that there weren't really many crimes committed. Netflix released She-Ra and the Princesses of Power and there's talk on the first five episodes. You can also find out about the "Jason Todd" episode of Titans. All this plus news, …

Amazing Art Picks: Wolverine, Poison Ivy, Thanos, And More

The coolest comic book art you won’t see in comics. The reason you won’t see this art in comics is because artists often draw sketches, warm-ups, and commissions and post them on their Tumblrs, blogs, and Twitter. Some artists even arrange commissions through their sites so be sure to check them out to stay up …