Joe Anthony Myrick
703 articles published since September 19, 2017
About Joe Anthony Myrick
Joe Anthony Myrick (or JAM) is a comics writer who specializes in, of course, covering the big figureheads of the industry (Marvel and DC), as well as lesser-known indy parties and some personal favorites like BOOM! Studios.
JAM is a member of the comics team.
JAM covers all facets and quirks of the comic industry, but especially is a fan of BOOM! Studios' Buffy and Power Rangers series. Also, he indulges in the horror genre, currently reading The Neighbors.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8: Making [Spoiler] the Big Bad Was the Right Move, But It Was Done All Wrong
The canonical comic book-bound eighth season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer gave readers the right Big Bad at the wrong time with the wrong execution.
Dynamite's Army of Darkness Forever comic book sequel to the Evil Dead series reveals the third film's "happy" ending is in fact the darkest timeline.
Ed Piskor's Eisner Award-winning Hip Hop Family Tree comic book series is receiving a brand-new Omnibus release from Fantagraphics this fall,.
Magneto is set to return in the upcoming Resurrection of Magneto miniseries, just as mutantkind's Krakoan era faces its dramatic conclusion.
One future star of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has one surprising connection to one of the company's most prominent stars, Captain Marvel.
Superman is the ultimate good-hearted hero, but he's not perfect - and these 10 heroes got on his bad side by making a terrible first impression.
Boom! Studios Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers #112 takes readers inside the team's pivotal Morphin' Grid for the first time in franchise history.
Alligator Loki and Jeff the Land Shark join forces for the "Clawsover of the Century" when the Infinity Paws are on the line.
Iron Man 2 is widely considered the low point of the MCU, but Invincible Iron Man #10 revisits a key point in the movie, giving it new context.
The Trial of Magneto is X-Men's most famous mutant trial, but the end of the Krakoan era will see one original X-Men member face the death penalty.
Avengers: Twilight unleashes a disturbing fate for the team, ending the team and erasing their legacy as Earth's Mightiest Heroes in Marvel's future.
It may be easy to scoff at the idea of Kingpin being Thanos' MCU successor, but the comics already set a precedent for it that makes sense.
The original concept art for Rob Liefeld's infamous rendition of Captain America from the 1990s will soon be available at auction from comics.ha
As Marvel prepares to reboot Blade for their Cinematic Universe, they have the opportunity to adapt one of his best supporting comic allies.
Blade has found a new sword that puts a dark twist on Thor's iconic Mjolnir hammer, coming with an even bigger price for those who wield it.
Blade is set to face-off against a billionaire inventor who is in many ways the dark opposite of Tony Stark – except with one dangerous advantage.
The preview for Avengers #6 reveals one critical distinction between the God of Thunder and the many other deities populating the Marvel Universe.
"There Is a Very Specific Plan": Marvel Officially Confirms Juggernaut's Murdered X-Men Team Will Return
The new X-Men roster that included Juggernaut was wiped out just as quickly as they were introduced, but Marvel has hinted they may be returning soon.
Superman stories have raised many questions over the years, but one that has caused a major debate among fans may finally have an answer.
Blade and Doctor Strange have a long history in the Marvel Universe; an upcoming Blade storyline will reunite the two for an epic heist story.