If you are looking for an atypical start to the television extension of the Marvel Universe, and you longed for a deeper examination of the lynchpins of those classic Avengers stories from the source material, you may just be in luck.
The second new comic book day of the new year continues DC Comics Future State event, one of Marvel’s perennial hits, a tribute to the architect of the Uncanny X-Men, and a satirical take on Superman from Ahoy Comics.
2021 starts off with DC’s much-discussed Future State event, as well as two big Marvel releases, one from a classic Kirby creation and the other from the world of Star Wars.
After serving up several impeccable horror releases in the 4K UHD format, Blue Underground delivers a knockout restoration of a gritty genre classic with a stellar edition of Vigilante.
The last new comic day of the year brings a wild 2020 to a close. At least comics were there for fans to help navigate all of the problems and gave us a legitimate excuse to stay home and overindulge in the medium.
With another standout film under its belt, the Wonder Woman franchise remains the crown jewel of DC’s cinematic offerings and Gal Gadot and Patty Jenkens remain the reigning queens of contemporary superhero filmmaking.