Joe Anthony Myrick
665 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.
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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.
The biggest difference between Static and his 2000s animated counterpart lies in their motivations to be heroes. Does this hurt the 2023 version?
Jock has called in a team of all-star comic artists to create variant covers for his upcoming creator-owned series Gone, a sci-fi tale from DSTLRY.
Marvel's upcoming new Spider-Woman ongoing series will also mark the return of a familiar villain from Netflix's MCU continuity: Diamondback!
Wolverine's healing factor has evolved over the years, with new creators continuing to introduce different limitations to Logan's power.
"He'd Like To See Me Obliterated": Hulk Lore Gets Even Darker As Marvel Changes Bruce's Transformations
Bruce Banner and the Hulk have often been at odds, but recently their struggle for dominion over their shared body has grown more intense than ever.
The big fight pitting the leader of the X-Men against the leader of the Avengers reveals Cyclops' true power to those who would doubt him.
Guardians of the Galaxy #6 finds the team in their most precarious position ever, giving them time to reflect on the tragic events that led there.
The Marvel heroes of the the publisher's revolutionary '60s era are given an entirely new purpose in The Super Hero's Journey by Patrick McDonnell.
The hero career of Blade's daughter Bloodline continues to rise thanks to her first superhero team-up with none other than Miles Morales' Spider-Man.
A D-list villain from Spider-Man's past has returned to help him kill one of his A-list villains — and he's scarier than he's ever been before.
The X-Man Nightcrawler has started fighting crime as the Uncanny Spider-Man, but one suggested nickname may fit Kurt Wagner's new persona even better.
DC Comics will recontextualize the earliest adventures of Alan Scott, the original Green Lantern with a new series from writer Tim Sheridan.
Kingdom Come, the iconic classic four-issue miniseries from 1996 returns to DC's forefront as main canon Batman and Superman meet their counterparts.
Daredevil has always had enhanced vision, but his latest upgrade enhances his abilities even further.
Earth's Mightiest Heroes as we know them may cease to exist as Marvel teases the end of the Avengers.
Steve Rogers practically cements himself as the ultimate symbol of America by taking on one of the most hated jobs in American history.
The sequel to Batman' 89 appears set to serve up another fascinating continuation of Tim Burton's film adaptations, with Batgirl set to appear next.
The wedding of Tony Stark and Emma Frost is already off to a rocky start, but a wedding marred with surprises could also be ending in doom.
A forgotten character from the MCU finally gets to be the hero to the heroes that he was destined to be. Not a superhero, but a super therapist.
Colossus has been under the control of his evil brother Mikhail for some time now, turning him into one of mutantkind's greatest traitors.