What other book could top this week’s Wednesday Run than one that celebrates the incredible history of Batman, and the incredible creators who have made their mark on the cape and cowl?
E.A. Henson goes in-depth with comic book legend Denny O’Neil in advance of his appearance this weekend at Toronto Comicon.
It’s a pretty exciting day if you’re a late 1980’s Batman fan. At that time, there were some great runs on everyone’s favourite superhero and his monthly comic book titles … Continue reading Go Dark, Go Detective With Two BATMAN Titles Today On The Wednesday Run
So, where were you in May, 1939? Enjoying a corn dog at the New York World’s Fair? Betting your pals that Lou Gehig’s consecutive games-played baseball steak would never, ever, … Continue reading Celebrate An Historic Number With Detective Comics #27 On The Wednesday Run–January 8, 2014
A year in the making. That’s how long it’s been that the fanboys and fangirls of DC’s “New 52” have been waiting for the return of Batman’s arch villain, the … Continue reading The Waiting Is Over But The Joke’s On Batman #13 On The Wednesday Run – October 10, 2012
In the late 1970’s, Detective Comics, starring Batman for those that don’t know but should, published a storyline that is now considered one of the greatest and most acclaimed interpretations … Continue reading Batman’s Legends Of The Dark Knight Tops The Wednesday Run – November 16, 2011
Off the top of my head, I’m having trouble remembering what the very first first issue comic I bought was. Of course, I was there for the first issues of … Continue reading Reboots and Recollections Part 3: JP Concludes His Top 10 Comics in DC’s September Line-Wide Comic Book Re-launch
Unless you’ve been living under a rock (or only visit this site for all things music, film, television and video games), you already know about DC Comics’ company-wide re-launch of … Continue reading Reboots and Recollections – JP Looks At DC’s September Line-Wide Comic Book Re-launch: Part 1