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X-Men comics and characters are rife with meaning and serve as a mirror of how society treats anyone who is and feels different and how those same people cope in a world that hates and fears them. The concept of the X-Men served as a... more

DC Comics has a long and storied history–no pun intended, but in this podcast, we analyze the true ringleaders of DC Comics’ holy trinity: Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman.

Before CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR, there was Mark Millar's amazing CIVIL WAR. In this podcast, we analyze the scope of this entire event and ask what this book's effect might be on Marvel's newest crossover event, CIVIL WAR II.

Written by Mat Johnson, INCOGNEGRO is about a black reporter in the early 1930’s using his light skin and Eurocentric features to impersonate a white man as he investigates lynchings in the south.

Chris Claremont's continuous X-Men run from 1975 to 1991 changed the way we look at superheroes forever and matured not only a Marvel franchise but the superhero genre in comics itself.

The ComicsVerse Podcast team has assembled to bring you, the listener, an in-depth discussion on the X-Men crossover, "Age of Apocalypse," just in time for the upcoming film, X-MEN: APOCALYPSE, due out on May 27th.

Hey Millennials, I know it seems the 1980's were, like, ten million years ago, and you dislike Hillary Clinton way more than I do, but can't we cross the Generation Y/Millenial border and all agree that comics are in need of more diversity even if... more

MONSTRESS, written by Marjorie Liu and illustrated by Sana Takeda, is an all new series from IMAGE comics. At the center of the story is Maika Halfwolf, a young arcanic (i.e. non-human) girl with a mysterious past and an even more... more

Most people with little knowledge of comic books and comic book characters know a few things about X-Men's Storm, aka Ororo Munroe. After losing both her parents during the Suez Canal Crisis in Cairo, Egypt, an orphaned Ororo... more

Have you read Tales of Mr. Rhee? No? Well you should. As part of our Comics You Probably Never Heard Of podcast series, the ComicsVerse team sat down to talk about this popular indie series, but widely unknown to most outside of the... more

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