THE BOOK DC Comics: The 75th Anniversary Poster Book contains 100 of the most important, most beautiful, and most bizarre DC Comics covers ever. These oversized covers span from the classic Action Comics #1 (1938) to modern tales such as Batman: RIP (2008). One of the coolest features of this book are the perforated pages. […]
Posts Tagged superheroes
While shopping at Wal-Mart this past weekend, I stumbled across these superhero briefs for men. Yes, these are for adults. They look like overgrown Underoos. While I’m always thrilled to find superhero apparel, these are not something I would wear. This takes scaring away the ladies and reinforcing stereotypes to a whole new level. And […]
Listen up folks! I recently appeared on an episode of VIEWS FROM THE LONGBOX! In this episode Michael Bailey and I discuss DC’s Who’s Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe. We cover everything Who’s Who related starting with the original 26 issue series and then getting into Update ’87, Update ’88, Who’s Who […]
Blue Devil is coming to the Justice Society! Hot dog! Apparently new writer Marc Guggenheim is interested in expanding the team roster. According to this article on Comic Book Resources, it appears everybody’s favorite “weirdness magnet” is set to the join the team in just a couple weeks with Justice Society of America #46. Here […]
Check out this sweet new Captain Marvel (a.k.a. Shazam) shirt I got from my father as a belated birthday present! I dig how the lightning bolt is sort of curvy, rather than harsh zig-zag lines. Love it. SHAZAM!
Happy Thanksgiving to all of you geeks here in the United States! For my international readers… sorry, our country is closed today for parade watching, massive turkey consumption, and tryptophan-induced comas. Come back tomorrow for the craziest shopping day of the year.
Okay, I haven’t read any Batman comics regularly in the past few years. I read Batman: RIP and didn’t care for it. Even though I’m a HUGE Tim Drake fan, I walked away from Robin once it became Red Robin. I’d simply had enough of the craziness in the Bat-verse and wasn’t interested in Grant […]
The Green Lantern trailer is finally available! Okay, now discuss.
As some of you may remember, I’m a big Alpha Flight fan. Yes, they are the laughing stock of the Marvel superhero jet-set, but I still love them. Thanks to Rob over at The Aquaman Shrine, I stumbled across this series of Alpha Flight comic strips by James Duncan. They are hilarious! Below I’ve presented […]
As I wrote earlier this week, Malibu’s Ultraverse was full of creativity and energy. I’ve come across an issue entitled Ultraverse Origins that was published eight months after the Ultraverse line launched. This book contains some good, succinct origin tales for many of the characters. Today I’m presenting just a handful of these origin stories. […]