Tag: Entertainment

by Joane - 5 months ago

PIZZA BOYZ will Make You Nostalgic for the Mid-2000’s

Remember everything that was awesome in the mid-2000’s? Everyone reminisces about the 90’s, but there was a lot the 2000’s had to offer. It’s when the N64 was in the throes of its last gasp, technology was finally beginning to take off in a huge way...

by Joane - 5 months ago

Meet Zeraora, POKÉMON’s Newest Legendary

In case you needed another reason to hype about the upcoming POKÉMON movie, meet Zeraora, the newest legendary Pokémon from the Alola region. Recently, a trailer of POKÉMON THE MOVIE: EVERYONE’S STORY was released. The video gives viewers a glimpse...

by Joane - 5 months ago

Rockin’ and Slashin’ the Undead in ALL STAR FUBAR

ALL STAR FUBAR BY JEFF MCCOMSEY Art Plot Characterization Summary Author Jeff McComsey brings a new installment to the FUBAR series with a few interesting tales to bring to the table, but others? Not so much. 72 % UND...

by Joane - 5 months ago

BLACK MAGICK vs Real Belief Systems

Image courtesy of Image Entertainment Modern paganism and witchcraft are hot topics for comics. Writing and drawing this subject matter does present a problem, however. That’s because modern paganism and witchcraft are often misunderstood. Thus t...

by Joane - 5 months ago

Speaking Out About THE SILENCE OF OUR FRIENDS Review

THE SILENCE OF OUR FRIENDS by Mark Long and Jim Demonakos with art by Nate Powell Plot Characterization Art Summary First Second's THE SILENCE OF OUR FRIENDS puts names and faces to the Civil Rights Movement, powerfully givi...

by Joane - 5 months ago

Watch VRV Come Alive at C2E2 2018

This is Tuned In, a series about all the weird and interesting ways we interact with anime, and the diverse opinions we have about it. If you’re a watcher of anime, you’ve probably heard of this little streaming service called VRV (pronounced verve)...

by Joane - 5 months ago

THOR: From Petulant Prince to Wise King in the MCU

On August 1, 1962, the god of thunder roared his way onto the pages of Marvel comic books. For decades, he captivated readers with his unfathomable strength and awe-inspiring ability to bring down barrages of lightning from the sky. Now, it would no...

by Joane - 5 months ago

Quarterly Diversity Check: January-March 2018

In January, one of the first articles I wrote for ComicsVerse explored the concept of social justice warriors (SJWs) and the idea that diversity was somehow forcing out white, straight, cis male heroes. It was a popular assertion, then and now, ma...

by Joane - 5 months ago

National Food Month: Five Comics For Foodies

To celebrate National Food Month, ComicsVerse has compiled a list of five food-centric comics for food-lovers everywhere! The list is surprisingly diverse, ranging from comedy to horror. In short, there’s something here to please every palate, so pu...

by Joane - 5 months ago

THE WALKING DEAD #178 Reveals Flaws in the Commonwealth

THE WALKING DEAD #178 BY ROBERT KIRKMAN, CHARLIE ADLARD, AND STEFANO GAUDIANO Artwork Plot Characterization Summary THE WALKING DEAD #178 thickens the plot of "New World Order." Robert Kirkman delivers killer and subtle di...