Comics and Graphic Novels
To get you in the mood for Iron Man 3, or should you feel in the mood after seeing the movie, here are Ramp's Top Ten Iron Man Stories from the comics.
Easter: a time for resurrection. Unless you're a comic book hero, in which case any time's a time for resurrection.
Astonishing X-Men not only allowed Joss Whedon to write the woman who inspired Buffy, but marked the beginning of a relationship with Marvel Entertainment from which the fans benefit the most.
Miss Buffy? Well, good news! If you didn't know, Joss Whedon is still writing Buffy's story in Season Eight, the canonical continuation of the TV show...in comics!
Superheroes. Even the ones that don't have fire-absorption powers are pretty hot. As we get ever closer to Valentine's Day, Conor takes a look at the heroes we'd like to lock lips with.
In anticipation of Joss Whedon's imminent arrival in Dublin for JDIFF, Thought Balloon is taking a look at his best work in comics. We all know the world needs more Firefly. You know what else it needs? More Fray.
Fans alarmed by Spidey's death and Doc Ock's body-snatching villainy should trust the saga and enjoy The Superior Spider-Man for what it is: a clever, fun ride. Conor Tannam reviews.
There hasn't been a better time to try wandering into your local comic book store and giving monthy comics a try. Marvel Comics wants to tempt you with a slew of #1 issues they put out this January.
Comic book film adaptations are huge business, but comics aren't seeing a boost in popularity. Seamie reckons new readers simply don't know where to start... but he can help.
Last weekend, the Batmobile from the '60s Batman show sold for a whopping $4.62 million. It served as a stark reminder of all the other cool things we'll never own, and a list was born.
Will Fitzgerald spent his entire Christmas break reading comics so he could tell you what the December releases from Marvel NOW! had to offer. We works him hard, in fairness.
After the release of the Man Of Steel trailer, fans and cinephiles alike are wondering if Superman has anything new to offer audiences. Our Will O'Keeffe knows there's more to the world's most famous superhero than red jocks.