In researching his column on Spider-Woman, KC Carlson found all sorts of interesting facts about her. He shares 10 of them with you that didn’t make it into yesterday’s column!
Today we celebrate the Jessica Drew Spider-Woman! KC Carlson starts with the current, excellent series by writer Dennis Hopeless and artist Javier Rodriguez and then looks back at her long and varied career.
There’s lots of new comics at WestfieldComics.com. KC Carlson guides you to some of his favorites including Archie’s Betty & Veronica #1 by Adam Hughes, TwoMorrows The MLJ Companion, DC’s Wonder Woman: The True Amazon, and more!
It’s pre-World War II in the United States and Masked Men are starting to appear. Welcome to the early days of the Marvel Universe in The Marvels Project! KC Carlson takes a look back at this outstanding series by Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting and tells you why this book is an essential read.
Last week, KC Carlson told you how he’s changing his collecting habits. This week, he ponders what to do with his old comics. Beau Smith, Mark Waid, houses made of Archie Digests, and Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. all factor into the equation.
Comic companies are making changes and so is KC Carlson. He’s going to buy collections and cut out most monthly comics. Find out why.
From Nova to Ms.Marvel to Moon Girl to Miles Morales and more, the young heroes of the Marvel Universe are stepping up and taking charge. KC Carlson says that’s a very good thing.
KC Carlson looks through the new issue of Previews which features items now available at WestfieldComics.com, and shares his thoughts on DC’s Hanna-Barbera line including Scooby Apocalypse and Future Quest, Fantagraphics’ The Complete Peanuts, Marvel’s Doctor Strange Omnibus, and more!
KC Carlson tells you about the history of Marvels Comics. No, not Marvel; Marvels. Never heard of them? Read on!