Marvels Snapshot: Captain Marvel is a simple story, but in the hands of Mark Waid its tale resonates in a larger way.
The newest version of Marvels is a great way to experience this classic, timeless story for its 25th anniversary.
Sub-Mariner: Marvels Snapshot #1 is a worthy addition to the ethos and vibe Kurt Busiek and Alex Ross created with Marvels.
Later this week a little movie called Justice League opens, and I was curious what might be waiting at the comic shop should anyone wander in after seeing the movie. … Continue reading Heroes and Villains: Road to Justice League Edition
This time on Heroes and Villains, we’ll be looking at a variety of comics out this week and last, from a variety of genres and companies. Meet me after the … Continue reading Heroes and Villains – Reviewing Recent Comics 8-9-2017
In the first part of this essay, I briefly sketched the construction of American memories of World War II that began slightly before the war and continue into the … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop’s It’s All Connected – Just a Kid from Brooklyn: Captain America, American Memories of World War II, and the MCU, Part II
For many, yesterday’s big news was the appearance of Spider-Man in the new Captain America: Civil War trailer, and yes, it was super cool, especially the narrowing eyes, but my … Continue reading Your New Look at Ta-Nehisi Coates and Brian Stelfreeze’s BLACK PANTHER #1
Marvel Comics continues to recognize the 75th anniversary of Captain America this March as superstar creators unite to celebrate the sentinel of liberty in CAPTAIN AMERICA: SAM WILSON #7! Meet … Continue reading Celebrate Captain America’s 75th Anniversary With the Oversized CAPTAIN AMERICA: SAM WILSON #7
I don’t think I’ve have been this excited about a season premiere of a television show since the series premiere of “The Flash” last year. You see, the Flash isn’t … Continue reading The Flash S02 E01: The Man Who Saved Central City
As DC Comics’ mainstream anchor superhero team, the Justice League has traveled all over the DC Multiverse and encountered many facets and characters of the DC mythos and beyond. From … Continue reading Crisis Classics and Martian Comics
There’s a Crisis on the horizon of near-Infinite proportions in the comics world, but not the way you might be thinking. Today Marvel Comics, represented by editors Tom Brevoort and … Continue reading Secret Wars – The End of the Marvel Universe
Whether you know it or not, an injustice has been thrown upon us comic book fans for too long now. The legendary, red-scarved and black-cloaked vigilante with the hooked nose, … Continue reading Find Out What Evil Lurks In The Hearts Of Men On The Wednesday Run – April 18, 2012