Author Archives: Chris C. Hernandez

Review: SUPERMAN #1

Review: SUPERMAN #1

SUPERMAN #1 Written by Brian Michael Bendis Art by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, Alex Sinclair, and Josh Reed Edited by Jessica Chen, Michael Cotton, Brian Cunningham Published by DC Comics Release date: July 11, 2018 Superman #1 launches readers into a series of new beginnings for the Man of Steel. It takes readers straight from

Review: BATMAN #49

BATMAN #49  Written by Tom King  Art by Mikel Janin, June Chung, and Clayton Cowles  Edited by Jamie S. Rich  Published by DC Comics  Release date: June 20, 2018  One of the Batman franchise’s biggest attraction to readers is his rogues gallery. Their modus operandi, origin stories, and appearance have just as much appeal if

Cómix Latinx Interview: Edgar Miranda-Rodriguez on LA BORINQUENA #2

A superhero’s introduction to the world can be amazing, fun, and exciting but what comes next usually defines who they truly are. Puerto Rico’s very own super woman La Borinqueña debuted a year ago to excited readers around the world. Now with issue #2 of we find Marisol trying to balance her “normal” life with

Review: NANCY DREW #1

NANCY DREW #1 Written by Kelly Thompson Artwork by Jenn St-Onge, Triona Farrell, and Ariana Maher Edited by Nate Cosby Published by Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: June 13, 2018 Since the beginning of time, humans have told stories about countless characters. The best of those are cherished and passed down generation after generation. Nancy Drew,

Cómix Latinx Interview: Jordan Clark Takes Readers to ELK MOUNTAIN

Immigration has been a boiling point topic for communities around the world since the beginning of time. There is an inherent vein of Xenophobia that taints humanity’s heart and can infect even the best people. Elk Mountain is a new graphic novel by Latinx creator Jordan Clark that is currently crowdfunding on Kickstarter. His story attempts to tackle the migrant

Review: THE MAN OF STEEL #1

THE MAN OF STEEL #1 Written by Brian Michael Bendis Art by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, Jason Fabok, Alex Sinclair, Cory Petit Edited by Jessica Chen, Michael Cotton, Brian Cunningham Published by DC Comics Release Date: May 30, 2018 Superman is back. Of course, he wasn’t gone but there is something special about this issue that signals a return

Interview: Sebela and Hixson Sail with SHANGHAI RED

Revenge is often times depicted in quick, passionate, and sometimes unconscious actions in an attempt to right a believed wrong. There are other times, though, that revenge becomes justice wielded by a clear-thinking individual determined to return balance to their life and world. Shanghai Red is a story like this and creators Christopher Sebela and

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