Batman: Year One

Batman: Year One

Contributed By David Neth Okay, so call me simple, but the comic that most inspired me for the Fuse series was Batman: Year One. Especially when I was writing Fuse’s origin story in (you guessed it), Origin. Batman is such an iconic character in not only the DC Comics...
The Importance of Kingdom Come

The Importance of Kingdom Come

Contributed by Joshua Guess A lot of comics influenced me and the way I look at stories. Watchmen, Dark Knight Returns, all the usual suspects. To have been a reader of comics within the last thirty years means a certain vein of highly acclaimed books will be at the...
TMNT: Return to New York

TMNT: Return to New York

Contributed by Eddie Jakes Twitter | Website Few can argue that the 80’s was a comic renaissance. Comic artists were coming off the heels of legends like Stan Lee and Jack Kirby. The artwork was at its peak and with it came even better stories. During this time, I...
Sharing the Experiences of Superheroes

Sharing the Experiences of Superheroes

Contributed By Errick A. Nunnally There were two comics, for me. I know: lame, but it’s true. One from the past and one from the not too distant past—and both, in a stunning coincidence, are connected. We’ll start with the four-issue mini-series “The Falcon” by James...