The Man of the Hour, a Justice Society mainstay, hasn’t been seen in a while. Does someone have a problem with a hero who gains his superhuman abilities due to popping pills?
DC Comics has had a number of heroes go by the name “Manhunter,” but to date only one has been a woman.
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow premiered last night after months of anticipation. Could it deliver on the solid foundation that Flash has brought us for the last year and a half? … Read More
Kid sidekicks are a thing for many heroes. Usually they’re supposed to be someone for the young reader to identify with. And while not every superhero has had a kid … Read More
Marvel and DC both have many characters that share strong similarities with their cross-company rival. Sometimes it is a coincidence. Two people have the same idea, no matter how novel, independent … Read More
Convergence continues to trudge along with little of significance happening besides Rucka and Hamner’s return on The Question. Be sure to catch up on all the Convergence happenings with coverage … Read More
Forced to fight to the death, who is the last member of the JLA left standing?
Continuing my look at the first week of DC Comics Convergence event. Be sure to check out Week One, Part One for my spoiler filled ramblings on Convergence #1, Batman and Robin #1, … Read More
Last week, Watson posted his thoughts on who would win in an epic, non-powered fight to the death between a number of Justice Leaguers, forced into combat by having … Read More
Crisis on Infinite Earths probably didn’t kill off anywhere near as many characters as its reputation. But reputations are kinda screwy that way anyway, considering how many people are probably … Read More