Looks like I’ll get this “Black History Month” post in just under the wire! Continue reading Celebrating Black History Month!
Unless you’ve been cut off from the Web and/or television these last 48 hours, you have already heard that Spider-Man is joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Continue reading Spidey Joins the MCU
Marvel Comics (also known as “Marvel Comics Group,” “Merry Marvel,” and “The House of Ideas”), after lying comatose in its sickbed for three decades, will be euthanized later this year. The comics company is 54 years old.
Happy MLK Day to all! I was thinking of doing an African-American themed post today, but then decided I’d hold off on that until February (Black History Month). For the time being then, I want to check back in on some superheroish television programs just as they’re about to return from the midseason break. Continue reading TV Superheroes at Midseason
As fate would have it, mere weeks after finishing up my multi-part Man-Thing opus, TwoMorrows finally… finally put out the “Swamp Men” book they’d been promising for the last DOZEN years. Continue reading Man-Thing Addendum
As an orthodox geek, my Christmas Tree is pretty much a salute to geekery. Having finished decorating over the weekend, I figured I’d share my tree with my blog readers. Continue reading A Very Geeky Christmas
We’re about a quarter of the way through the new network television season and I figure it’s as good a time as any to take stock of the numerous comic-book inspired programs. Continue reading TV Shows for Comics Fans: November 2014
NOTE: This is the eighth and final installment of a multi-part series of posts examining Steve Gerber’s final arc on the 1970s Man-Thing series. Continue reading “Pop Goes the Cosmos!”
NOTE: This is the seventh part of an eight-part series of posts examining Steve Gerber’s final arc on the 1970s Man-Thing series. Continue reading “A Lunatic on Every Corner!”
NOTE: This is the sixth part of a multi-part series of posts examining Steve Gerber’s final arc on the 1970s Man-Thing series. Continue reading “The Nightmare Box!”