Sometimes, you get a couple of kids who just don’t like each other but manage to work together for the greater good, like in Super Sons. Other times, it leads […]
The CW’s RIVERDALE, a dark adaptation of the classic Archie Comics characters, finished its first season last week. Taking the usually clean-cut characters in a direction David Lynch would have […]
DC Comics kicks off one of its most anticipated crossovers this week, with “The Button” being the highlight of another packed week of comics.
We’re all over the place this time around, as Bedrock regrets its election in The Flintstones, Jughead regrets posting a video that went viral and Batman… well, he has no […]
A surprising lack of new releases that I’m interested in this week – and no sales on Comixology to give me something to supplement my reading with. I guess I […]
The CW is going pretty full-on with adaptations. Last night it debuted it’s latest series, a classic series with a modern twist and it’s somewhat blown my mind.
We have a short week of content here, as I’m only working two days this week to prepare for an early Thanksgiving dinner Wednesday night. In honor of that, I’m […]
It’s Wednesday, which means it’s new comic book day! Let’s take a look at what I’ve bought today and what I’ll be reading and reviewing this week!
Stepping away from DC Comics for this edition, and dealing with some interpersonal relationships and interconnectedness of being. Jughead goes on a date with Sabrina the Teenage Witch (and, of […]
I love new comic book day! Except for when I get to the check-out. DC Comics’ twice-a-month schedule here is pretty costly, but at least I always have something to read!
One rich girl gets sent away to prep school in Europe in Archie, while the former heroes stuck on the farm over in Black Hammer meet a significant other.
Mark Waid finishes his first year in Riverdale and a flashback to Seattle one year ago highlights today’s edition.
It’s sidekick day at the Casual Geekery, with quick looks at the latest issues of Nightwing and Jughead. Now there’s a team-up that someone should make happen!
We finish off a jam-packed week with a little variety, with another day of three books with well-established characters from three different publishers – DC Comics’ The Flash, Archie Comics’ Archie and IDW’s GI Joe: A Real American Hero.
Before we jump into the first of this week’s Subway Shorts reviews, let’s take a look at what we’ve got coming in the next few days!
We’re back with more comic book reviews for the week, based on what I read on the subway ride home the night before. Today, we look at the last issue of the Street Fighter-GI Joe crossover and the latest issue of Jughead, as part of the new Archie reimagining.