Author Archives: Matt Santori

Review: MISTER MIRACLE #12

Review: MISTER MIRACLE #12

MISTER MIRACLE #12 Written by Tom King Art by Mitch Gerads and Clayton Cowles Edited by Jamie S. Rich and Brittany Holzherr Published by DC Comics Release Date: November 14, 2018 Darkseid is… defeated. And the hero of our tale gets to go on with his life, raise a family, and not worry about the

Interview: Steve Orlando Heads into DC’s Future with ELECTRIC WARRIORS

The future is literally now. The DC Universe’s future, that is. With tomorrow’s arrival of Electric Warriors #1 from writer Steve Orlando and artists Travel Foreman and Hi-Fi, the future of the DC Universe restarts from the seeds of Jack Kirby’s Great Disaster. Here to share his thoughts on the impending adventure, Orlando brings us

Baby, Queer Me One More Time: 39 MORE Indie Titles Doing Right by LGBTA Fans

Over the last few years, we’ve highlighted 101 print comics — not published by industry leaders DC or Marvel — and 80 webcomics that give queer, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, nonbinary, genderqueer, and asexual characters and stories center stage. The list is growing so quickly every day, to be honest, that keeping up with all

Interview: Abnett and Williams Sink Atlantis in SUICIDE SQUAD and AQUAMAN

Ready for the strangest crossover yet? Sure, you’ve seen Batman meet Elmer Fudd, but the Suicide Squad meeting Aquaman? Now we’re cooking. Co-writers Dan Abnett (Aquaman) and Rob Williams (Suicide Squad) team up to bring us the four-part “Sink Atlantis” story, and took a little time out to chat with Comicosity all about it. Want

Interview: Tini Howard Goes Beyond the Pale with EUTHANAUTS

Are you ready to find out what happens when you die? Tomorrow, IDW’s Black Crown imprint, headed up by comics legend Shelly Bond, launches Euthanauts, an exploration into the great beyond — and beyond! Comicosity sat down with writer Tini Howard to find out more about the new series, her work with artist Nick Robles,

Queer Visibility Interview: The Boston Comics Roundtable and their BEING TRUE Anthology

The Boston Comics Roundtable is a group of LGBTQ comic lovers that have come together to release an uplifting celebration of LGBTQ life and identity — Being True, an anthology blending fiction and nonfiction, from fantasy and superhero comics to real and touching stories from the artists’ lives — stories that have happy endings. A number of

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