In this week’s From the House of Ideas, we look at tales of the Amazing Spider-Man both past and present.
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J. Michael Stracyznski’s Babylon 5 (1994 – 1998) was groundbreaking for a number of reasons – its unified five-year structure, its use of CGI, and Stracyznski’s use of internet forums … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop’s Alien Invasion – Londo & G’Kar
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
“Ninety percent of everything is crud.” – Theodore Sturgeon Hello and welcome back to “The Ten Percent,” a regular column here on Biff Bam Pop! where every other week K. … Continue reading The Ten Percent: Cloud Atlas (2012)
“Ninety percent of everything is crud.” – Theodore Sturgeon Twenty years ago, J. Michael Straczynski’s epic, award winning series Babylon 5 first aired on broadcast television. The show marked an … Continue reading The Ten Percent: Babylon 5 (1994 – 1998)
When you think super-teams in the Marvel Comics universe, the Avengers come to mind immediately, followed quickly by the Fantastic Four, the X-Men and half a dozen others. I’m going … Continue reading Titanic Teams – Gone But Not Forgotten Teams of the Marvel Universe