Bad enough I’ve got a post dealing with a very controversial topic that drives comic fans into a frenzy, but I’m publishing it on a Friday the 13th? Well, at least no one can accuse me of being superstitious! Continue reading Who’s the Man?
It saddens me that there’s a significant portion of the audience out there who won’t get the title reference. Continue reading It’s Miller Time (Again)
Don’t ask me how I got started on this, but at some point last year I felt compelled to go back and catch up on some of my old Batman comics—comics from a specific decade. Continue reading Batman in the 80s
Some things just seem to fit together so naturally. Peanut butter and jelly. Abbott and Costello. Continue reading A Super-Wonderful Valentine!
Another Christmas comic for another Christmas season. Continue reading Bad Santa
2020 has been a train wreck, with every day seeming worse than the day before, but there was a glimmer of hope yesterday morning when I logged on to Facebook. Continue reading The Unauthorized Spider-Woman
Gobbling up back issues of old comics is fun, but it’s also fun (and usually more challenging) to find old magazines and newspapers with articles about comics—particularly those periodicals designed with a wider, more mainstream audience in mind. Continue reading The Sensual Duck
In my Elektra opus posted back in May, I touched on a story titled “Paper Chase,” from Daredevil #178, cover dated January 1982, but probably on sale closer to September or October of ’81. It was only recently that I realized there was another cool story published earlier this same year with this same title. Continue reading Paper Monsters & Other Imaginings
This one’s been on the to-do list for years, but I’ve been putting it off because I was anticipating it becoming another epic piece akin to my Gwen Stacy Murder Case post. Continue reading Mourning Becomes Miller’s Elektra