John Burkle holds a BA in Political Science and a MA in Education. He spends his day teaching Politics and Government as well passing on a love of comics to the next generation. When not teaching he reads as many comics as he can, both current and classic. Other loves includes 80's & 90's alt rock, Coffee and Bikes.
Writer: Ed Brisson
Artist: Carlos Gomez
Letters: VC’s Joe Caramagna
The return of the greatest X-Man of All... Cyclops!
For the past few months Marvel has been focusing on retur... Read More...
I’m always hesitant when I hear that a favorite comic is going to be turned into a television show or movie. But in this day and age where every studio has their eyes out for the next big comic property it’s on... Read More...
Writer: Rick Remender
Artist: Wes Craig
Colors: Jordan Boyd
Letters: Rus Wooton
Life has never been and apparently never will be easy for Marcus
Deadly Class #36 sees a return of the unabashed v... Read More...
Writer: Brian Michael Bendis
Artist: Patrick Gleason
Colors: Alejandro Sanchez
Letters: DC Lettering
I’m still getting used to Brian Michael Bendis being at DC. It still doesn’t feel natural to me. ... Read More...
Writer: Tom King
Artist: Mitch Gerads
Letters: Clayton Cowles
Nothing worse than waking up hog-tied, hanging from a ceiling & seeing Professor Pyg
Over sixty-two issues Tom King has slowly, bit... Read More...
Writer: Jason Aaron
Artist: Mahmud Asrar
Colors: Matthew Wilson
Letters: VC’s Travis Lanhan
Conan the Barbarian, undefeated in the Fighting Pits of Zamora
Marvel has a long and storied history w... Read More...
DC/Warner has finally found a formula for their shared movie universe, damn the forced continuity, get rid of the darkness, and just have some fun. At its core that is what Aquaman is, a fun movie with loads of... Read More...
Writer: Ed Brisson
Artist: Pepe Larraz
Colors: Marte Gracia
Letters: VC’s Joe Sabino
Nothing Says X-Even Better than an all out Mutant Brawl
Extermination #5 brings a delayed yet very satisfying... Read More...
That Damn Giant Seahorse
I used to be one multitude of the comic fans that thought Aquaman was a joke. My first exposure was the classic Super Friends cartoon, which I religiously watched on Saturday mornin... Read More...
Writer: Scott Snyder
Colors: David Baron
Letters: Sal Cipriano
The Batman Who Laughs #1 is a creepy, horrific, and a somewhat disturbing comic and I would have expected nothing less... Read More...