Copyright issues lead to a character going away.
Batman forms a League of mortals instead of gods as he is wont to do in this DC Rebirth title.
It’s superheroes vs, Nazis in the mini-series event of the fall.
The guys discuss the original trade paperback of the Mark Waid/Alex Ross epic story of a dystopian DC future.
The embodiment of America has been a superhero, too.
A teenage boy learns he’s something of a legacy hero and a science experiment all at the same time.
There have been many incarnations of The Ray, so let’s take a look at the best known one.
Time travel is a tricky thing. Anyone who has ever had to deal with it in any sort of fictional capacity has to stop and figure out how the stuff … Read More
The Golden Age of comics was a screwy time. All manner of publishers put out all manner of characters, and many superheroes, the ones that weren’t blatant rip-offs of other … Read More
The 90s have a lot to answer for. During this time, superhero comics went for “edgy” characters that often had large guns, excessive pouches, and names that were often misspelled … Read More