The Elseworlds story continues to great impact as Sean Murphy is one of the best in the biz. Here’s our Batman Curse of the White Knight #4 review.
Author: Brian A. Madrid
A great new sci-fi comic that you should definitely add to your collection. From writers Neil Gibson, Tasos Anastasiades, this is The Traveller.
Our roving reporter hits the streets yet again looking for some awesome, and he found it at the Harrisburg Comic & Pop Convention.
Another chance to put the light onto an up and coming cosplayer from the community. Here’s our latest Cosplayer Spotlight InfamousLaura.
Another look at one of the Cosplay community’s best from our roving reporter.
We talking to another cosplayer and showing off all of the awesome that comes along with the hobby. Please meet All American Vixen Khainsaw.
Interview exclusive with Karrigan Taylor Conducted by OutRightGeekery writer Brian A. Madrid Gorgeous Petite package Soon to graduate from Florida’s Full Sail University, Karrigan Taylor has it all figured out. Born in Massachusetts and soon to have a BFA in...
Our roving reporters are all over the place this year talking to fans, creators, and cosplayers.
The adventures of the Caped Crusader continue in this series from DC Comics that just gets better and better.
The long ride to the end of this series is finally here, and there was more than a bit of surprise.
And now for something completely different from DC Comics and the Black Label imprint. WTF is going on?
That little bundle of awesome has taken her skills to Cali. What could possibly go wrong?
DC Comics’ young readers line Wonder Comics continues to deliver some hits. Check out our Naomi #4 review from Bendis, Walker, and Campbell.
The epic mini-series from writer Tom King continues from DC Comics, and we read it!
The comic book that take role-playing games like Dungeons & Dragons to a whole new level.
Batman comics reach a major milestone in a huge way, as the last arc before 1000 wraps in style.
The big event at DC Comics right now is another crisis, but you’ve seen nothing like this before.
Creepy cool sci-fi is never out of style, and this one is from one of the all-time greats in the genre.
Written by Aurêlie Pollet / Illustrations by Vincent Bergier Published by The Picture Book Agency, France Distributed by Prestel What a Difference a Day and Night make The phrase, “Once upon a time” were words used to bring a children’s...
A game of Dungeons and Dragons gets way too real in this new series from Image Comics.
The relaunch of Hit-Girl continues with its rotating creative team lineups, and this debut is a quiet one. Shhh…
The next big thing from DC Comics and Brian Michael Bendis is here, and it’s cool!
The relaunch of Mark Millar’s most well-known universe has been stellar, and this series is why.
Scott Snyder’s crazy Dark Multiverse Batman continues to wreak havoc on Gotham and the real Batman.
The Millarworld projects just keep on rolling with yet another great issue of this great character.
The vilest villain to come out of a Dark Multiverse Universe is still tormenting Batman in the best ways ever.
The latest comic book-for-streaming title from Mark Millar and Netflix is a solid read. The show will likely be better.
Justice League Dark #3 Written by James T. Tynion IV Artwork and Cover by Raul Fernandez, Alveri Martinez Bueno, Variant covers by Greg Capullo & Jonathan Glapion Colors by Brad Anderson Published by DC Comics Review of Justice League Dark...
The three-pronged attack from DC’s premiere superhero team continues in this series. Here’s our review for Justice League Odyssey #1.
Our roving reporter hit up writer Amy Chu about her career at NYCC 2018, and here’s that video.