The Comic-Verse: Awesome Art & The Top 15 Featured Links (02/09/14-02/15/14)


Welcome to The Comic-Verse, a feature that is all about sharing and promoting content. Not only will you find links to the very best comic-related posting each week from my fellow WordPress bloggers but you’ll also be treated to art from one talented individual. It is all about spreading the word while also honoring those people who tirelessly work away on blogs of their very own. So sit back and enjoy!


The Top 15 comic-related postings of the Week

House of Flying Scalpels
Pretty Deadly #4 – Immersing yourself in surrealist beauty

Sci-Fi Jubilee
Batman #28 Review

Sidekick Reviews
The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 9 “After” Review

Arousing Grammar
Gambling on Spider-Man

X-Men X-Pert
X-Men comics (February 12, 2014)

Bag & Bored
REVIEW: ‘She-Hulk’ #1

Time Wants A Skeleton
The Movement #9

Modern Mythologies
Man Of Reel: Destiny & Loss

All New X-Men 23 review

Copper and Chrome
John Byrne and the Copper Age Superman

Weekly Comic Book Review
X-Men Legacy #24 – Review

Comic Book Baddies
Valentine’s Day, Harley Style!

Retcon Punch
The Superior Spider-Man 27

Longbox Graveyard
Visions Of The Past

The Comic Book Stop
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Issue #30 Review

Comic Art Spotlight

Here I thought I’d share some of my favourite comic-related works of art from Jamie Tyndall. This will be the third of four editions where I’ll be highlighting his work. To check-out more from him, go to his DeviantArt page HERE.


That wraps up this installment of The Comic-Verse. Have any comments? Anything you wanted to share? You know what to do.

4 thoughts on “The Comic-Verse: Awesome Art & The Top 15 Featured Links (02/09/14-02/15/14)

  1. The Elektra picture infuriates me. She’s a ninja assassin. She relies on speed, stealth and agility in combat. Why would she wear heels?

    And the Green Lantern one shows the difference in how male characters are treated compared to females. His picture shows him looking strong and threatening. The other four, the women, are all shown looking sexy. Their pictures highlight their sexuality, as opposed to their strength. This is why comics have such a bad reputation for misogyny. And I think this is something we male geeks need to be a lot more aware of, and a lot more cautious of.

    • The Comic-Verse Artistic Spotlight is all about showing work from a whole range of styles. Some styles divide people but that doesn’t mean they are any less popular among others. I see both sides of the argument and remain a neutral party but I see what you are saying. Next week will be the final edition of this artist and maybe the next one that is featured will better suit your tastes and preferences. Thanks for the comment and for sharing your opinion. I’m all for stronger portrayals of women in comics and just having more female creators involved in the medium as a whole than there are now.

  2. House Of Flying Scalpel’s post on Pretty Deadly as well as your Off The Shelf article make me want to check out that title when it comes out in Trades. Great links! And thanks as always for the plug!

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