A happy-go-lucky hero and devoted family man who can mimic the powers of any animal on Earth and beyond. His powers come from a connection with the morphogenetic field of Earth also known as the Life Web or the Red.
Now’s your chance to read up on all of the New 52 Justice League members. I actually REALLY LOVED that first arc of Aquaman and if you haven’t read the Court of Owls arc in Batman then you realllllly need to fix that asap.
Get all of the following collections for just $5.99 each:
Justice League vol. 1: Origin
Justice League Dark vol. 1: In The Dark
Superman - Action Comics vol. 1: Superman and the Men of Steel
Batman vol. 1: Court of Owls
Wonder Woman vol. 1: Blood
The Flash vol. 1: Move Forward
Aquaman vol. 1: The Trench
Green Arrow vol. 1: The Midas Touch
Shazam! vol. 1
Geen Lantern vol. 1: Sinestro
Which of these would you recommend?
comiXolgy Unbound's Weekend #comicbinge
↳Sweet Tooth by Jeff Lemire
I LOVE anything post-apocalyptic, and have always thought people look better with horns, so when I first stumbled across Sweet Tooth in college, I thought it was the coolest thing ever. I never read it all in one go though, so thats the plan tonight. SWEET TOOTH #COMICBINGE!
A cross between Bambi and Cormac McCarthy’s The Road, SWEET TOOTH tells the story of Gus, a rare new breed of human/animal hybrid children, has been raised in isolation following an inexplicable pandemic that struck a decade earlier. Now, with the death of his father he’s left to fend for himself … until he meets a hulking drifter named Jepperd who promises to help him. Jepperd and Gus set out on a post-apocalyptic journey into the devastated American landscape to find ‘The Preserve’ a refuge for hybrids.
#comicbinge comes to you every Friday at the end of the work day suggesting series runs you can binge on over the weekend!
"You guys like The Twilight Zone?
Yeah, of course you do. Because you read graphic novels like the one you’re currently holding in your hands. And because The Twilight Zone is undeniably awesome.
Well, ladies and gentleman, you are about to read the most spectacular episode of The Twilight Zone that was never produced.
The Underwater Welder is written and illustrated by the staggeringly talented Jeff Lemire. I am deeply threatened by Jeff’s creativity, a fact mitigated only partially by the fact that he is Canadian and thus, inherently non-threatening.”
Damon Lindelof, introduction to The Underwater Welder by Jeff Lemire, February 2012