Kids fighting evil? What can go wrong? Nothing, actually. This series was meant for kids.
A 90s era Fantastic Four crossover? Well, that’s something that exists.
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?
Tom and Jimmy can’t quit now! They’re covering “Mxzypixilated,” “Action Figures,” and “Double Dose”.
Why does the Hulk of all fictional characters have so many children running around?
Comic Bento’s theme this month was “Elementals,” and first up is a retelling of the Fantastic Four’s origin. Yeah, see, they had earth (Ben), air (Sue), fire (Johnny obviously), and … Read More
The Death of Captain Marvel is one of those stories that routinely show up on critics “best of” lists, but that you never get around to reading. Well, it has been … Read More
Well, the day is finally here. The last issue of Secret Wars is finally in our grubby little hands or sitting digitally on our computers, tablets or other electronic devices. … Read More
So, I finally saw the new Fantastic Four. Look, no one logging in here today is looking for a Fantastic Four movie review. You want Star Wars. But I’m prepping for an unexpected … Read More
The deconstruction of the superhero genre is something that has been going on for a few decades now, and is often rather repetitive. Generally, it is an excuse to show … Read More