Jimmy and Tom talk more Justice League with the episodes “The Brave and the Bold,” “Fury,” and “Legends”.
The daughter of a pair of two Golden Age heroes hasn’t been seen in a while.
Watson suggested this one. It was a good suggestion.
The guys discuss the original trade paperback of the Mark Waid/Alex Ross epic story of a dystopian DC future.
A legacy superhero who kept all the power at his disposal hidden in a pen.
A Golden Age DC superhero who somewhat inspired the prominent Vertigo character.
Giving one of the earliest superheroes a supernatural successor, we have the new Crimson Avenger.
A blind surgeon-turned-superhero, decades before Daredevil came along.
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?
Wait…Plastic Man? Plastic Man? You’re claiming Plastic Man is a Misplaced Hero? That can’t be right.