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Superman at 75 Part 3

Superman at 75 Part 3 0

Ok, I’m going to try and wrap this up today, but I keep coming up with more stuff, so if there’s a special part Four of Three, well consider yourselves warned, ok?  Ok. The next Superman story I want to discuss is technically not a Superman story at all, but rather about Rob Liefeld’s Superman(…)

More Favorite Superman stories

More Favorite Superman stories 0

before we get to the big 50 and the Byrne revamp, I want to make a special mention of the second Superman/Spider-Man teamup by Jim Shooter and John Buscema.  Superman fights the Hulk and Dr. Doom!  Spider-Man meets Wonder Woman!  all drawn by Buscema!  good stuff there, folks.  it’s one of the better early DC/Marvel(…)

Superman 75th Birthday some favorite stories about the big S

Superman 75th Birthday some favorite stories about the big S 0

Wow. 75 years for big blue.  I remember when he turned 50 like it was just a few months ago.  Wonder if I can dig up a clip on youtube. . .   apparently not.  hurm.  anyways, I thought I would take this moment to share a few of my favorite tales of the Man(…)

Long lost controversial Zeus Comics to be displayed

Long lost controversial Zeus Comics to be displayed 0

We’ve all had fantasies about stumbling upon a hidden cache of old comics somewhere, and occasionally we hear stories of just such things happening.  This is one of them.  This past week, former Cracked and Marvel editor Mort Todd was renovating a home in Portland, Oregon and discovered a hidden stash of the once controversial(…)

Masks #1

Masks #1 0

Masks is a comic I have been waiting for for some time for without fully realizing it.  Dynamite Entertainment has been slowly building it’s library of licensed properties for several years now with an emphasis towards a lot of pulp era characters (many of whom also have long histories in the comicbook medium as well).(…)

Hellboy In Hell #1

Hellboy In Hell #1 0

First off, this is not just another Hellboy comic.  While it does contain many Hellboy staples (he falls down, says “Crap.” and fights monsters, for instance), this is not just another romp for Big Red.  This is the culmination of all the mythology that Mike Mignola and his many collaborators have been laying down in(…)

When will Dynamite Entertainment relaunch Chaos! Comics?

When will Dynamite Entertainment relaunch Chaos! Comics? 0

Next month will mark the two year anniversary of Dynamite Entertainment acquiring the rights to the Chaos! Comics library of characters (with the notable exception of Lady Death).  For two years now Dynamite has sat on these characters while churning out books based on numerous other properties, including Vampirella, The Green Hornet, Robocop, Zorro, various(…)

Henry Rollins: The Long March Tour

Henry Rollins: The Long March Tour 0

A couple of weeks ago, I had the privilege of making the trip down to New Orleans, LA, to see a figure who has had a powerful influence on my life, first in my teenage years during my discovery of punk rock, and now again in my thirties, where my awareness of our cuntry’s situation(…)

Justice League: Doom finally delivers

Justice League: Doom finally delivers 0

Finally, the powers that be at WB have listened to the fans and to voice director Andrea Romano, and have brought back the actors that best portray the roles of the iconic heroes that make up DC’s Justice League (with the notable exceptions of Phil LaMarr’s GL John Stewart and Maria Canals’ Hawkgirl).  Tim Daly(…)

The Journeyman:  Max Maverick Part 3

The Journeyman: Max Maverick Part 3 0

And now, the third and final part of The Max Maverick interview. MG: Who’s been your favorite opponent to work with? and least favorite? MM: I love working Steve O’Malley and Rob Anarchy. With O’Malley, it’s easy. We know each other so well we can just go out there and riff. Same with Anarchy. He’s(…)