Hello, lots of stuff to check out here. Visit the best comics stories as well as some of my favorite artists and wallpapers. Below are a few of my favorite comics. Note: Click on the pictures to see them larger.
The Flash has been my favorite superhero ever since I watched the 1990 TV show in middle school with my dad. The fascination continues because of course this is the best power ... who wouldn't want unlimited time? Check out Speed Force, a great Flash blog. Here's a fun article about Flash time.
PS. The Flash's name is Wally West, of course. See his all-time best stories.
The most hilarious comics (or maybe anything) ever written. Scott Pilgrim is 100% awesome!!! Read it!!! Can't wait for the movie. You won't know what hit you in the slightest!
Boneyard was an obscure title that deserved a lot more attention. Richard Moore blended humor, drama and beautiful line art into a well-rounded mix. The characters are a blast. Look it up.
Late lamented comic about Jamie, a boy who finds the Blue Beetle scarab and becomes a reluctant (at first) superhero. Fun and well-written, with great, expressive art, too.
This fun but dramatic book follows escapees from the Fables Lands into our world: characters like Cinderella the spy, the beautiful Snow White, the obnoxious Pinocchio, and lothario-turned-mayor Prince Charming. the book is also famous for James Jean's amazing covers.
Wonderful magnum opus by J. Michael Straczynski. A group of kids gain superpowers, and then carry them through to adulthood - each following a different path, with drastic effects on the entire world.
The most fun and endearing comic you'll ever read - but also with tons of drama and shocking surprises!
This comic was the first one that got me reading Marvel books: a gateway drug. Here, Peter Parker is still a teenager, and his best friend Mary Jane knows he's Spider-Man. You know a book has good characters when you want the super-hero fights to be over so they can get back to the conversations.
Justice League: Cry for Justice
This was a spectacular miniseries, much better than the regular Justice League book has been in years and years. Robinson gives lots of realistic details and quirks to characters that sound bland in other people's hands. The painted art is amazing - look at Supergirl there! (Red Arrow sure is.)
Brian Michael Bendis had a spectacular run on this title, a many-years-long arc that Ed Brubaker continued. To the left is not Daredevil, but a beautiful White Tiger (another Daredevil character) painting by David Mack.
Batman & Robin
The new Batman (Dick Grayson) & Robin (Bruce Wayne's son Damien) are a blast to read. It's a shame that Bruce is clawing his way out of the grave so fast.