Rising Again From The Grave Is “Deadman #1” On The Wednesday Run

October 1967. Fifty years ago. That’s when Strange Adventures #205 hit newsstands across North America. It was DC Comics’ first science fiction monthly comic book and it told tales featuring … Continue reading Rising Again From The Grave Is “Deadman #1” On The Wednesday Run

31 Days Of Horror: Tomb Of Dracula: The Complete Collection Vol. 1

The fall season. It is a time when the leaves turn shades of red and yellow and brown, then die and pile forlornly on the ground below. It is a … Continue reading 31 Days Of Horror: Tomb Of Dracula: The Complete Collection Vol. 1

Heroes and Villains – Reviewing Recent Comics 9-13-2017

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 9-13-2017

Don’t Be Caught Dead Without “Deadman By Kelley Jones: The Complete Collection” On The Wednesday Run

Hands down, Deadman is one of my favourite DC Comics characters. Created by industry legends, Arnold Drake and Carmine Infantino within the pages of Strange Adventures #205 in 1967, the … Continue reading Don’t Be Caught Dead Without “Deadman By Kelley Jones: The Complete Collection” On The Wednesday Run

#Kirby100: Glenn Walker on The Green Arrow

When most folks think of Jack Kirby at DC Comics, they think of the Fourth World and Kamandi, the older fans might say the Challengers of the Unknown or the … Continue reading #Kirby100: Glenn Walker on The Green Arrow

Pulp Novels Make For ‘The Greatest Adventure #1’ On The Wednesday Run

I was introduced to Tarzan of the Apes through the Ballantine softcover publications of the Edgar Rice Burroughs pulp classics. My father had collected and read collected those books during … Continue reading Pulp Novels Make For ‘The Greatest Adventure #1’ On The Wednesday Run

Camp Comes Alive in TwoMorrows’ ‘Hero-A-Go-Go’!

With the debut of the 1966 Batman television series, a craze of camp swept through pop culture, especially comic books, and would   infect the world for more than a … Continue reading Camp Comes Alive in TwoMorrows’ ‘Hero-A-Go-Go’!

It’s A Good Day For the End Of the World In “The Kamandi Challenge #1” On The Wednesday Run

A couple of weeks ago, friend and compatriot Glenn Walker (he of @monsura and regular contributor to all things cool on this very website), came to visit my hometown city … Continue reading It’s A Good Day For the End Of the World In “The Kamandi Challenge #1” On The Wednesday Run

31 Days Of Horror 2016 Brings A Gothic “Deadman: Dark Mansion of Forbidden Love #1” On The Wednesday Run

It’s October – and that means that the weather is getting cooler, the leaves are beginning to turn shades of yellow, orange and red, and you’re probably mulling over what … Continue reading 31 Days Of Horror 2016 Brings A Gothic “Deadman: Dark Mansion of Forbidden Love #1” On The Wednesday Run

Holiday Gift Guide 2015: Batman The Complete Series

I’ve talked about this before, how the 1966 “Batman” television series was probably the gateway drug for every comic book fan out there. Even as ‘the old man’ here on … Continue reading Holiday Gift Guide 2015: Batman The Complete Series

31 Days of Horror 2015 – The Justice League Vs. the Cosmic Vampire

Back in the autumn of 1971, comic book writer Mike Friedrich had been chronicling the adventures of the Justice League of America for almost two years, and it had occurred … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror 2015 – The Justice League Vs. the Cosmic Vampire

Glenn Walker On… the Legion of Super-Heroes

Each week, one of Biff Bam Pop’s illustrious writers will delve into one of their favorite things. Perhaps it’s a movie or album they’ve carried with them for years. Maybe … Continue reading Glenn Walker On… the Legion of Super-Heroes