Gender Issues: Public Image in Comics

It’s no secret that men and women in the public sector are under scrutinized under different criteria. We can hammer out the stereotypes all day long, but, in general, we know that men are seen more as power fi... Read More...

Mara #5 Review

Mara #5 Story by Brian Wood Art by Ming Doyle Review by Mara Wood   As Mara’s powers develop, we start to see that this series is more than just entertainment; it’s a cautionary tale conce... Read More...

Mara #4 Review

This has been an interesting miniseries from Image. It has a wonderful blend of nontraditional comic story elements and a tinge of superhero mythology. It would make a great transition series for readers used to reading superhero comic books. While the fourth issue is not the strongest in the series, the story as a whole is worth your time and money. For those late to the Mara party, keep your eye out for the digital copies and trade paperback in the future.

Mara #3 Review

Mara #3 Story by Brian Wood Art by Ming Doyle Review by Mara Whiteside   Mara #3 starts off with a full-page panel of our main volleyball star with a bullet straight to the chest. As far a... Read More...

Mara #2 Review

Mara #2 Story by Brian Wood Art by Ming Doyle Review by Mara Whiteside   Following up her questionable performance, Mara must now face a public hungry for answers. She moved a total of 17 ... Read More...

Mara #1 Review

Mara #1 Story by Brian Wood Art by Ming Doyle Review by Mara Whiteside   Image has been on fire lately. Rolling out quality stories like Saga, Manhattan Projects, and Peter Panzerfaust, Im... Read More...

Womanthology: Space #1 Review

Womanthology: Space #1 Reviewed by Steve Seigh For those of you who are not familiar with the skeleton that makes the fortified bones of Womanthology: Space #1, it's essentially a collection of comic sh... Read More...