Category Archives: Comics Cosmos

Comics Cosmos – Kicking Ass Again

It was 10 years ago this month that the world was introduced to  Dave Lizewski and his superhero persona Kick-Ass in comicbook form. He was a teenager sick of crime who wanted to do something about it. And when he realized he couldn’t do it alone, Dave joined forces with some other street heroes, most notably Hit-Girl, who ultimately got her own comic series as well.  Continue reading Comics Cosmos – Kicking Ass Again

Comics Cosmos – Tiger Style

If you’re a Marvel fan (or you keep up with this blog), you know about the Daughters of the Dragon. But a few years before Misty Knight and Colleen Wing teamed up, there was a trio of martial artists who called themselves the Sons of the Tiger. They made their first appearance in 1974 in Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #1.  Continue reading Comics Cosmos – Tiger Style

Comics Cosmos – Mutant Pryde

With the announcement last week that Kitty Pryde and Colossus will be getting married in an upcoming issue of X-Men Gold, it seems like a good time for some background on one of Marvel’s most powerful mutants. Yes, I’m talking about Kitty, not Colossus. Because she was pretty much a kid when she first joined the X-Men, she hasn’t always been given a fair shake as the formidable character she is.  Continue reading Comics Cosmos – Mutant Pryde

Comics Cosmos – A Comic for Readers

OK, yes, all comics are for readers at some level. But the soon-to-be-published The Author’s Apprentice (currently on kickstarter), takes the concept a little more literally. With art by Czech artist Chechula and a story by Jessi Eichberger, this story of a young girl and a mysterious library is for those wanting a little more lit in their comics.  Continue reading Comics Cosmos – A Comic for Readers