In magical practice, the term magnum opus has a different meaning than in popular context. Latin for "the Great Work," its been used since the early alchemists, and taken on various shades of metaphorical meaning through different traditions,...Show More Summary
Grant Morrison and Dan Mora send guard dogs to corner Klaus and only his wolf Lilli can help him escape in the latest issue from BOOM! Studios.
CSBG explains why Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely's take on the most mythic of superheroes deserves a spot in your personal library.
“You’re much stronger than you think you are. Trust me.” All-Star Superman by Grant “Solaris is so cool, you guys” Morrison (writer), Frank Quitely (penciller), Jamie Grant (inker/colorist), Phil Balsman (letterer, issues #1-8), and Travis Lanham (letterer, issues #9-12). Published by DC, 12 issues (#1-12), cover dated January 2006 – October 2008. Some SPOILERS below, […]
The first two issues of Grant Morrison & Dan Mora's Santa Claus origin story will be reprinted in an oversized format with new commentary.
A reviewer for GoodReads offered up her thoughts in a December review of the upcoming Wonder Woman: Earth One graphic novel by Grant Morrison and Yanick Paquette. A negative review took the creators and the publisher to task for what she perceived to be deviant fantasies. Several geek-centric sites, including Bleeding Cool, noted how this […]
Was "Final Crisis" writer Grant Morrison forced by DC editorial to change the ending of the event series so it wouldn't be such a downer?
Zenith is quite likely the best possible revisionist superhero comic series told in five-page chapters. That sounds like damning with faint praise, and there’s an aspect of that — those short chapters put Morrison and Yeowell’s work in a straitjacket that they can never get free from, denying them all but the most absolutely necessary splash […]
In this week's CBLR, was Marvel not allowed to refer to Red Skull as a Nazi in the early 1990s? Was Grant Morrison forced to change the ending of Final Crisis to give it a happy ending? Why did Clark Kent go from working for the Daily Star to the Daily Planet?
"Grant Morrison and Dan Mora keep the suspense taut throughout 'Klaus' #2 with expert pacing."
Vertigo Comics have always been deeply rooted in British culture thanks to the contributions of creators like Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, and Warren Ellis. So it makes sense that some of the new Vertigo debuts this season would lookShow More Summary
Each week, Big Issues focuses on a newly released comic book of significance. This week, it’s Klaus #2. Written by Grant Morrison (Nameless, The Multiversity) with art by Dan Mora (Hexed), this issue reinterprets the legend of Santa Claus in an action-packed narrative that doesn’t lose the holiday spirit. Show More Summary
Even a mid-table West Brom side have plenty of players taking part in Euro 2016 this summer. The likes of Boaz Myhill (Wales), Jonas Olsson (Sweden), Jonny Evans, Chris Brunt, Grant McAuley, (Northern Ireland), James Chester (Wales) and James McClean should all be in France representing their country. Two of West Brom’s most important players, […]
Klaus just wants to give gifts to the poorest of homes, but he'll need all his magical skills in Grant Morrison & Dan Mora's BOOM! series.
The Wachowskis copied heavily from Grant Morrison’s comic book series The Invisibles, Nicholas Cage could’ve been Neo, and Samuel L. Jackson could’ve been Morpheus. All that and more in The Film Theorists’ video.
In the spirit of the season, readers have given BOOM! Studios a real gift this fall, buying enough copies of Klaus #1 to warrant the release of a third edition. The unique take on Santa comes from Grant Morrison and Dan Mora. Orders for the third edition close on December 7th and copies should be … Continue reading BOOM Studios! Prints 3rd Edition Of Klaus #1! ?
AICN COMICS Reviews: SUPERMAN: AMERICAN ALIEN! Grant Morrison’s 18 DAYS! VISION! TOTEM! DEADPOOL! & More! Read the full article on AICN Logo by Kristian HornTABLE OF CONTENTSThe Pull List (Click title to go directly to the review) ALL...Show More Summary
Jessica Jones comes to Netflix, Man in the High Castle streams on Amazon, and Marceline the Vampire Queens gets her own four-part miniseries on Adventure Time! A deadly Grant Morrison character swoops in on Gotham, a Jim Henson project...Show More Summary
Santa Claus is getting a bad-ass update in a new comic book series penned by Grant Morrison, and we've got the details after the jump.Click To Continue Reading