Tonight on GeekNights we review another comic lent to us by Timo with The Ranks of the Black Order (Les Phalanges de l'Ordre Noir), a brutally honest and compelling tale echoing the horrors of the Spanish Civil War. In the news, the MOCCA is being subsumed by the Society of Illustrators. Expect a dearth of shows in the nearing future between PAX Prime/PAX Dev, a great deal of personal travel, and CounterStrike: GO.
Tonight on GeekNights, we review The Incal in all its craziness (though we avoid any spoilers, as you really just have to read this thing to understand it). We've returned from ConnectiCon 2012, which was dangerously successful, only to find that there is a new Sailor Moon anime in the works, and Naoki Urasawa is an awesome convention guest!
Tonight on GeekNights, we review the fantastic comic by Rich Burlew: Order of the Stick. Why yes, it happens to be a webcomic. In the news, Daryl Surat is heading to neither PAX nor Anime Boston, but to Sakura-con, for one very important reason, Scott geekbites Tezuka's Princess Knight (slow news day).
Tonight on GeekNights, we conclude our review of all 52 of the DC New 52 with week 4! Bam! Pow!
- All Star Western
- Batman: The Dark Knight
- The Flash
- Green Lantern: New Guardian
- Justice League Dark
- The Savage Hawkman
- Teen Titans
Tonight on GeekNights, late to the party and back from the slog, we bring week three of the DC New 52!
- Birds of Prey
- Blue Beetle
Dr. ManhattanCaptain Atom
- DC Universe Presents: Deadman
- Green Lantern Corps
- Legion of Super-Heroes
- Red Hood and the Outlaws
- Wonder Woman
Tonight on GeekNights, continuing with our full review of all of the New 52 from DC, including Batman and Robin, Batwoman, Deathstroke, Demon Knights, Frankenstein Agent of S.H.A.D.E., Green Lantern, Grifter, Legion Lost, Mister Terrific, Red Lanterns, Resurrection Man, Suicide Squad, and Superboy. Rym's in Japan, so if you're looking for our coverage of the New York Comic Con, stay tuned in the next few weeks!
Tonight on GeekNights, we begin reviewing the New 52 from DC Comics. We begin with Justice League, Action Comics, Animal Man, Batgirl, Batwing, Detective Comics, Green Arrow, Hawk and Dove, Justice League International, Men of War, O.M.A.C., Static Shock, Stormwatch, and Swamp Thing! Some of them are pretty good. Some of them are, well... In the news, the New York Comic Con (and what's left of the vestigal New York Anime Festival is this weekend, and alcohol's effects are possibly largely based on cultural perception.