The Comic-Verse: Awesome Art & The Top 15 Featured Links (10/16/14-10/24/14)


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
Why Daredevil is the BEST comic out there today

X-Men comics (October 22 2014)

Arousing Grammar
Intermission: Norman Osborn

Modern Mythologies
There is No Limit to Savagery

She Hulk 9 review


The Telltale Mind
Mind Capsules – Amazing Spider-Man #8 and Aquaman #35

Nothing But Comics!
Future Foundation: How To Fix The Fantastic Four

Nightcrawler by Chris Claremont

Sidekick Reviews
The Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 2 “Strangers” Review

Sci-Fi Jubilee
Batman Eternal #29 Review

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: A Hen in the Wolf House (EPISODE REVIEW)

Comparative Geeks
The Dark Knight Returns and Moral Relativism

Outright Geekery
Rant: Marvel’s Secret Wars 2015 and Other Teasers

My Week (and Weeks and Weeks) in Comics: She Wouldn’t Let us Get Lantern Rings Edition!

DC Movies Line-up: Let’s discuss this craziness please

Comic Art Spotlight

Here I thought I’d share some of my favourite comic-related works of art from Nicolás R. Giacondino. This will be the second and final week 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 (10/16/14-10/24/14)

    • Hearing that the Comic-Verse brought Comparative Geeks to your attention puts a smile on my face. The whole purpose of the feature is just that and I’m glad to hear it is working. I personally discovered his blog when he wrote a guest post for the Sourcerer and have been a regular follower since.

      I’m ashamed to say I’ve never read either Frank Miller story but it is definitely on my to-do list one of these days.

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