SnarfQuest Gets First Full Version Via Kickstarter

SnarfQuest 30th Anniversary Edition

Fans of SnarfQuest, a graphic novel that appeared in Dragon Magazine through the 80’s and 90’s, are currently psyched to see a digitally remastered and professionally edited  version–the first ever full and complete compilation! The project by Imagined Interprises, Inc. will be funded on May 05, 2014 so you still have time to get the original […]

Honor Among Thieves: The Best Supervillain Teams

Even baddies need buddies

So you think only the good guys can join forces? It’s been proven that when baddies team up, nothing good can come out of it for our heroes. Here are some of the most feared and most effective villain teams that have conspired to put the protagonists through the wringer. Crime Syndicate Evil Superman, Batman, […]

I Get Around: The Best Vehicles in Comics

Not every hero can fly... or ride public transport

For any superhero to get anywhere, they need to be able to travel. Since not all our protagonists can just take flight or teleport, they’ve had to use some unique forms of transportation to get to their desired destination. Here are some of our favorites. The Batmobile Like there was ever any doubt? Throughout its […]

Exclusive: Biowars #5 Artwork!


Sometimes the wars we have to wage happen within us. Biowars is a kick-ass comic that follows Alexander Hawking, an ordinary guy in an ordinary world. Everything is as average as it could get until his father passes a germ that is meant to annihilate a man’s immune system. With his dying breath, he makes […]

Save 32% On Solo: The Deluxe Edition


Take 12 of the greatest comic book creators and give them carte blanche over stories set in the DC Universe and you’ll get something like Solo. With art by Tim Sale, Darwyn Cooke, and so much more, Solo features 12 separate stories that include westerns, sci-fi thrillers, and of course, superhero epics. Solo: The Deluxe […]

5 Supposedly Real Monsters that Should Be in Comic Books

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The pseudoscience of “cryptozoology,” with its gaggle of marvelous animals, is rife with imaginative fodder fitting for four-color fantasies.  While it’s sometimes fun to ponder what it might mean if our favorite cryptids actually existed – as Scientific American blogger Darren Naish does in his new book “Cryptozoologicon” – it’s clear that the improbable beasts […]