Daniel Buccafusca, East Stroudsburg University
The beloved DC Comics hero is not as popular as he was before he got put on the big screen.
Joy Young, Chapman University
The timeless superhero is coming out as bisexual — a refreshing twist that is equal parts heroic change and tangled conflict.
With plenty of content from the original comics, the Amazon Prime show’s plot development is full of endless possibilities.
Alex Luna, University of California, Berkeley
Getting into a new superhero may seem daunting, but these Spider-Man, Superman, Batman and crossover series can help you do just that.
Alexa Katherine Will, University of Pittsburgh
This revolutionary graphic memoir explores the author’s cathartic journey to identifying as nonbinary and asexual.
Chris Dang, University of California, Riverside
Not everyone on the team will make it out alive, but that was a risk they accepted with the chance to wreak more havoc.
Someone has to fill the void left by Iron Man, Captain America and Black Widow. Who will step up?
Olivia Dimond, Bates College
Impressive action sequences, a well-executed concept and massive strides in representation make the action comic book film worth watching.
Inspired by the ‘Flashpoint’ comic series, the film could feature alternative versions of heroes like Superman, Batman and even the Flash.
Rocksteady’s critically-acclaimed franchise supposedly ended in 2015, but all indications point to another installment on the horizon.
Mitchell Tanaka, Chapman University
Alan Moore’s comics explored a character’s psyche that continues to resonate with contemporary politics, albeit for the wrong reasons.
New Spider-Men? New villains? There’s loads of potential in the upcoming follow-up to the web-slinger’s 2018 smash hit.
Robert Pattinson (Battinson?) takes over for Batfleck, leading a new trilogy of movies about everyone’s favorite Caped Crusader.
Brendan Bell, Towson University
HBO’s adaption of the iconic comic caused controversy over creative liberties taken with its source material.
Gabriel Egbert, University of Louisville
Get ready to dive into star-trotting space operas and meet super-powered web slingers.
The streaming service allows fans to revisit the origins of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The clown prince of crime’s cinematic success could pave the way for similar movies.
Can HBO finally make an adaptation that will make Alan Moore proud?
Logan Floyd, Mercyhurst University
Grant Morrison’s comic book miniseries tells the story of three cybernetic animals and their perilous journey in search of home.
Stina Chang, University of Southern California
They cure all your comic cravings, and they’re right at your fingertips.
E.L. Meszaros, Brown University
The combination is rare, but it makes a lot of sense.
Amanda Pfender, Gateway Technical College
Its soundtrack and seven protagonists will have you hooked from the get-go.
Marianne Quijano, Texas A&M University
Comic books are so, so much more than superheroes.
Abraham Ramirez, University of California, Los Angeles
Sick of Superman? Indie comics offer gorier, more sexually active characters with storylines intended for a mature audience.
Haley Newlin, Southern New Hampshire University
As one of the earliest and most badass Avengers, fans think it’s time for a ‘Black Widow’ solo film.
Isabelle Mencia, University of Florida
If you don’t want to read back decades of origin story, these comic series might be a good substitute.
Jordan Coughlin, Rowan University
Following the successes of ‘Daredevil,’ ‘Jessica Jones’ and ‘Luke Cage,’ the newest Marvel series represents a definite step backward, but nothing more.
Marissa Cortes, Stony Brook University
Traditional books not working out for you? Check out these engaging graphic novels—no prior experience required.
Ngozi Ukazu’s web comic about sexuality, hockey and copious amounts of pie will find itself on bookstore shelves next year.
Jenna Ramsey, Seattle University
It’s only March, but I’ve already seen my favorite movie of the year.
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