Batwoman Reading Order: What to read with Kate Kane?

Batwoman Reading Order: What to read with Kate Kane?

Meet the new super-heroine of the Arrowverse… Who is Batwoman? Remember Kathy Kane from the ’50s? Well, we’re not talking about her, but about Kate Kane, the modern incarnation of Batwoman. She is younger, as she makes her first appearance in 2006, when Batman is absent. She’s also Bruce Wayne’s cousin and one badass super-heroine,…

Secret Empire Reading Order: How to read the Evil Captain America crossover?

Secret Empire Reading Order: How to read the Evil Captain America crossover?

It’s the end of the Secret Empire event, it’s time to get to the reading guide : What is Secret Empire? Big Marvel crossover published between April and September 2017, Secret Empire is one of those Universe Redefining massive events. Of course, the most important thing here is that Captain America is a f***ing Hydra…

World War Hulk Reading Order: How To read the follow-up of Planet Hulk?

World War Hulk Reading Order: How To read the follow-up of Planet Hulk?

It seems that the news MCU movie, Thor: Ragnarok will integrate some bits and pieces from the World War Hulk storyline. It’s a good time to revisit it. What is World War Hulk? Written by Greg Pak with John Romita, Jr. as penciler, World War Hulk is a comic book crossover storyline published by Marvel…

Marvel Runaways Reading Order: How to follow The Runaways in the Marvel Universe?

Marvel Runaways Reading Order: How to follow The Runaways in the Marvel Universe?

There are a lot of new adaptations of comics coming our way in the months to come. One of them is Marvel’s The Runaways. If you don’t know them yet, here is your guide to change that. But first… Who are the Runaways ? The Runaways are a group of six teenagers who discover that…

Valerian and Laureline Reading Order: How to read this classic French Sci-Fi series?

Valerian and Laureline Reading Order: How to read this classic French Sci-Fi series?

After Tintin, I finally come back to some French comics. In my country, and possibly in others, the Valerian and Laureline series is highly influential. It’s not really a surprise that Luc Besson decided to direct an adaptation. If you like the movie or not, the books are certainly better, even if the first ones…

Where to start reading Black Panther comics?
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Where to start reading Black Panther comics?

Unlike a character like Spider-Man, Marvel’s Black Panther doesn’t have a great track record. There are good stories, but there are more bad or just forgettable ones. And a lot has not been collected yet. But let’s try anyway to explore the character. Who is Black Panther? First things first, Black Panther probably needs an…

DC Azrael Reading Order: How To Read Jean-Paul Valley’s Adventures?

DC Azrael Reading Order: How To Read Jean-Paul Valley’s Adventures?

It’s not always easy to follow the minor characters, especially with all the reboots and rebirths. Jean-Paul Valley who is also known as Azrael just made a comeback and I thought that I’ll dig up where he was during the last few years. That leads me to the beginning. Who is Jean-Paul Valley aka Azrael…

Locke and Key Reading Order: How to read Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’s series?

Locke and Key Reading Order: How to read Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’s series?

Some series don’t require a reading order. It’s mostly the case with Locke and Key. I should say that it was mostly the case, because Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodríguez recently produced a prequel story with the promise that there will be more soon. I have decided to start now, because why wait? I’ll update…

How to read The Clone Conspiracy, a Spidey event ?

How to read The Clone Conspiracy, a Spidey event ?

When Marvel announced Civil War II, I was afraid because the first one didn’t really help Spider-man. On the contrary, pardon my French, but the post-Civil War was a shit show for Spidey. One More Day anyone ??? Fortunately, our friendly neighborhood Spider-man was untouched. In fact, Carol Danvers is the real victim this time…

Death of Wolverine Reading Order, a guide to the deadly Marvel Event

Death of Wolverine Reading Order, a guide to the deadly Marvel Event

If there’s one X-Men that will not die, it’s Wolverine. He is just too much popular for that, even if they go down that road in the movie universe. Well, in the comics, they also killed Logan but, you know, it’s Marvel! That said, in 2014, there was a big pseudo-crossover event around the death…