Batman once had a bodyguard.
A faceless hero looks deeply into things until DC decided he needed to be mystical or something.
DC Comics released DC Rebirth #1 this past week. The ending proved highly controversial to say the least. But you know what? The controversial ending didn’t have to happen. My … Read More
In 1986, Alan Moore’s Watchmen first hit comic store shelves. Often cited as one of the finest superhero stories ever done in the medium, Watchmen was partially the result of Moore being … Read More
I’ll admit I ran out of steam and interest with the release of Convergence #8. It took me awhile to get around to completing my reading of the tie-ins, and it … Read More
I am approaching this particular case file with a bit of trepidation. Every other character I’ve used for this ongoing column has been owned by DC or Marvel. Some were … Read More
Continuing Tom and Jimmy’s rewatch of the DCAU.
It’s nice to see Convergence actually take itself a bit seriously this week and not just seem like the old Marvel “Assistants Editor’s Month” where it was just a free for … Read More