There was no new episode of “Avengers Assemble” this week, just a rerun of the clash with the Space Phantoms in the “Ghost of a Chance” episode, but that doesn’t … Continue reading The Avengers, Phineas and Ferb, and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.
Outer space, we’re told, has no boundaries. It goes on and on with uncountable moons, stars, nebulae and things we have yet to perceive plaintively trying to fill it. Time … Continue reading An Infinite Wait Ends With Infinity #1 On The Wednesday Run–August 14, 2013
In August of 2011, DC Comics made comic book publishing history and ended every title they were releasing, re-launching each new and returning title with a bold “#1” printed on … Continue reading Constantine, Responsibility, War And Sin – BBP! Speaks With Acclaimed Writer Ray Fawkes (Part 2)
For some of us, it’s been a long winter. Certainly, those that live in the north-eastern United States have had enough of the snow, the ice, the cold, the sleet … Continue reading All Life Ends With Age Of Ultron #1 On The Wednesday Run – March 6, 2013
The confrontation between Marvel Comics’ two biggest franchises, and their two biggest superhero teams, was the event of the summer, and the do-not-miss maxi-series that changed the status quo of … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop’s Holiday Gift Guide: AvsX Hardcover Edition
In the comic book industry, the big, company-wide, every-character-you-can-think-of-going-up-against-the-biggest-baddest-villian-imaginable-with-the-most-ultimate-of-stakes-on-the-line series is generally reserved for the summertime. It’s like sequential storytelling’s version of a popcorn-coma Michael Bay film. Well, here in … Continue reading Avengers Vs Xmen? I, Vampire? Justice League Dark? The Mind (And The Collector) Is Conflicted With Crossovers This Week On The Wednesday Run – March 21, 2012
…the only thing we have to fear… is… fear itself.” These words were spoken to a terrified nation almost seventy years ago by President Roosevelt and have remained part of … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop! Guest Blogger: Glenn Walker on Fear Itself, or why I don’t like crossovers
Every week this summer, we’ll be bringing you a new installment of a 12-part series of reviews of meaningful comics found in the collections of our writers. “Long Box” refers … Continue reading Tales from the Long Box Vol. 3 # 2: JP Revisits Crisis On Infinite Earths #1