Nothing good lasts forever. And after three years, the dream creative team of Ryan North and Erica Henderson, writer and artist on The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, is finally breaking up. One of the greatest creative teams in recent Marvel history is coming to an end.
Ryan North is a funny, smart guy. But if comics writer and artist Jason Latour is to be believed, he has some bad opinions about Looney Tunes.
Unbeatable Squirrel Girl isn’t just an honest-to-god delight, it loves poking fun at Marvel Comics’ past. The series is getting a brand new original graphic novel, which just so happens to be a wonderful homage to a classic Punisher tale, too.
At this point, there should be pretty much no surprise that anything The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl touches turns into instantaneous delight. But a new arc about time travel? Doreen Green let loose on the 60s? Oh yes, we’ll take all of this, please and thank you.
It’s the year 2015, and the announcement of a crossover between Squirrel Girl and Howard The Duck is big enough news to be unveiled at New York Comic Con. We live in a weird, wonderful time, everyone. We really do.
We've got some totally excellent news. Bill and Ted of Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure and Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey are getting a new comic! And the people making it are aces!
Three space travelers arrive at the long abandoned planet Earth only to discover the entire planet turned to gold. Then they discover the corpse of King Midas, whose powers remain. It's a bizarre tale only Ryan North of Dinosaur Comics and the amazing Adventure Time comics could do! Or would, probably!
What's in comic shops tomorrow? Well, two of the internet's favorite things are smushed together head-on at the spinner racks! Also, new Conan the Barbarian, Fantastic Four, and the end of Jason Aaron's run on PunisherMAX!
Over at Ryan North's Dinosaur Comics, the perpetually-frozen-in-one-comic-strip Tyrannosaurus calculates the "Expected Real-life Batman Generation Rate." Needless to say, the odds aren't good.
Superman is one of those superheroes who has a whole constellation of abilities rather than a discrete superpower. But one fan theory suggests that all these abilities — from superstrength to heat vision — stem from a single superpower.