Tag Archives: Michael Lark



BATMAN ANNUAL #2 Written by Tom King Art by Lee Weeks, Michael Lark, Elizabeth Breitweiser, June Chung, and Deron Bennett  Published by DC Comics Release Date: November 29, 2017 The Bat and The Cat. Tom King has gradually re-established Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle as a couple and beyond throughout his run and this Annual

Mary Jane, Mary Sue, and the Rise of Forever Carlyle

Hey, describe Mary Jane Watson for me. Should be easy enough, she’s been around since 1965. That’s over 50 years of Spider-Man storylines to draw from! Go on, I’ll wait. Got an answer? It’s probably a small-paragraph in length, right? Nice job. Now take that small, fully-functional paragraph and remove the words “Spider-Man,” “red hair,”

52 In 52: SECRET AVENGERS: The Ellis Run

Welcome to 52 in 52, a look at the vast world of Marvel Unlimited. I will be reading and sharing my thoughts each week regarding a different single arc or event from somewhere within the world of Marvel Unlimited, trying to find things I haven’t read that are relevant to the current comic or cinematic

Review: LAZARUS #19

LAZARUS #19 Written by Greg Rucka Art by Michael Lark, Tyler Ross, Santi Arcas, and Eric Trautmann Published by Image Comics Release Date: September 2, 2015 Forever Carlyle is dead. This is what happens next. It’s oddly fascinating to see the world depicted in Lazarus keep turning, however tentatively, with its main character taken off

TRADE WAITING: Week of March 18, 2015

Welcome comic book debutantes and vagabonds! It’s another Monday and that means another look at some of the hottest trade paperbacks, collected editions, and graphic novels in this week’s “Trade Waiting” – your weekly spotlight of five noteworthy comic book collections that are being released to stores this Wednesday and why you should watch out

THE HANGOUT featuring Michael Lark: July 28, 2014

Artist and co-creator of Lazarus, Michael Lark, joins the girls of the hangout to talk about the latest volume coming out this week, plus Gotham Central, the fact that he actually likes drawing horses and of course “Rate the Genre!” It’s time to check out The Hangout. Get the low down on all his behind