A couple months back, a Saturday morning favorite of mine celebrated the golden jubilee of its debut as Super Friends premiered on the ABC television network on September 8, 1973. Continue reading Super Friends 50th Anniversary
At some point within the last couple of days, Keith Giffen passed away. He would have been seventy-one years old on November 30. Continue reading Keith Giffen 1952-2023
Crazy, fascist Cap from the 50s versus the true, original Cap from the 40s back in the 1970s (did you follow all that?) is probably the greatest Captain America storyline ever and one of the greatest comic storylines overall, ever. Continue reading “Two Into One Won’t Go!”
As a nostalgia-fueled blog, it’s not surprising that human memory (specifically my human memory) would be a regular theme here, but it is just a tad surprising to me that it seems to have become the dominant theme. Continue reading When Batty Met Supey
Some things just seem to fit together so naturally. Peanut butter and jelly. Abbott and Costello. Continue reading A Super-Wonderful Valentine!
It was only two to three weeks back that I was trying to get in touch with Denny O’Neil. Continue reading Denny O’Neil 1939-2020
Don’t worry, kids—Santa’s fine. Continue reading The Murder of Santa Claus, 1973!
This summer marks the 40th anniversary of the greatest birthday gift I ever received. Continue reading Summer of ‘79
On my list of potential blog topics for the future, the career of Len Wein was near the top. Continue reading Len Wein 1948-2017
Last year’s post on the JLA-JSA team-ups (or “crossovers,” if you will) proved to be one of the most popular in the short history of this blog. Continue reading The All-Time JLA-JSA Team-Up Countdown!