The Justice League battles the Legion of Doom as drawn by Alex Ross.
Welcome back to the second installment of Gabbing Geek’s Cultwatch! feature. Last time around, Jimmy was largely baffled by The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across
The guys discuss the original trade paperback of the Mark Waid/Alex Ross epic story of a dystopian DC future.
Not just a rock band, but also the son of Plastic Man.
Jimmy and Tom are still chugging away at this! This installment covers the Superman episodes “Fun and Games,” “A Little Piece of Home,” and “Feeding Time”.
Dynamite Comics reveals some of the origin story of both Voltron and King Zarkon.
I can remember, back in the 90s when Image Comics formed around Marvel’s biggest artists jumping ship to form their own company, being told
In this space last week, I recommended the comic book series Planetary, the deconstruction of the superhero genre and pulp literature in general. This
I have a reputation on Gabbing Geek as a guy who doesn’t like comic books. This knock is generally well deserved. I don’t like much
The X-Men were created for two primary reasons. One was because Stan Lee needed another superhero team and was feeling kind of lazy, so