Charles Soule and Ron Garney reveal how Matt Murdock's secret identity was reinstated in a story that's totally worthy of Daredevil.
Karen O’Brien is a comic book reviewer for CBR. She began reviewing comic books for Comics Buyer’s Guide magazine shortly after she became a book editor at Krause Publications. Books she authored for the publisher include Toys & Prices, O’Brien’s Collecting Toys, and O’Brien’s Collecting Toy Cars & Trucks among others. She eventually became a columnist for Comics Buyer’s Guide and wrote “The O’Brien Factor,” a monthly column that featured indie and mainstream comics reviews and creator interviews. After CBG ceased publication in 2012, she began writing for the indie-minded Broken Frontier site. In 2016, she joined the review team at Comic Book Resources and curbs her enthusiasm for Batman by reviewing other titles, too. Karen has been collecting comics since she was a kid and her mom let her select an issue of Superman from the magazine rack at the grocery store. She still has it.
Articles by Karen O'Brien
The former Thor is still unworthy, but under Jason Aaron's watch, he'll be a hero worth looking up to sooner than later.
Though not written for newcomers to the character and his mythos, Francesco Francavilla’s new series is pulp fiction at tis best.
Star Wars fans are going to enjoy this series, and Cullen Bunn and Luke Ross explain what makes Darth Maul so dangerous.
Seeing Adam West's Batman team with Lynda Carter's Wonder Woman is a dream come true.
Artist Nicola Scott's swan song on the series is epic, as she turns Greg Rucka's script into a powerful origin finale.
The team behind Marc Spector's delusions is firing on all cylinders as Moon Knight kicks off its next mind-warping arc.
In Dan Abnett and Brad Walker Aquaman #6, the King of Atlantis proves he is no molwark in an epic clash against Superman.
The divisive effects of "Civil War II" arrive at Wanda's doorstep in James Robinson and Joelle Jones' "Scarlet Witch" #9.
It's not easy being an Amazon princess, and it's even tougher to be her mother in Greg Rucka and Nicola Scott's "Wonder Woman" #4.