The Comic-Verse: Awesome Art & The Top 15 Featured Links (02/16/14-02/21/14)


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
Batman Black & White #6 – Sadist Bat confessionals

Sidekick Reviews
The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 10 “Inmates” Review

Arousing Grammar
Magneto: hero/villain & More Magneto: hero/villain

X-Men X-Pert
X-Men comics (February 19, 2014)

Bag & Bored
REVIEW: ‘Daredevil’ #36

Time Wants A Skeleton
She-Hulk #1

Modern Mythologies
Undying Love

New Warriors 1 review

Copper and Chrome
I Think Every Superhero You Love Should Die and Come Back to Life: A Response to View from the Gutters

Longbox Graveyard
Retcon: Roy Thomas And Earth-2

Lantern’s Light
Black History Month: Characters We Should See More Of – Honorable Mentions

The Superhero Satellite
RETCON: Crisis On Continuity Earths

The Short List

Comics and Cookies
Review of X-Men #11

This Week in Comics: Bet You Didn’t Think I Was Even Still Doing These edition

Comic Art Spotlight

Here I thought I’d share some of my favourite comic-related works of art from Jamie Tyndall. This is the fourth and final edition 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.

7 thoughts on “The Comic-Verse: Awesome Art & The Top 15 Featured Links (02/16/14-02/21/14)

  1. Tyndall reminds me of Liefeld. Impossibly tiny waists, huge tits, the feet tend to taper off to a point. A few of the images even have pouches. And, of course, the sexualization of the women, while the lone man present looks strong and heroic. (Also, he draws Spider-Man’s webs coming from the wrong place. They’re supposed to shoot from beneath his wrist, not on top of it.)

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