The silver age of comics, roughly from 1956-1969, was a bastion of some of the most beautifully strange stories ever told in the medium. One of the notable characteristics of this period was just how often Superman would – in wrestling terminology – turn heel and become a source of grief for our heroes and their pals. This progressed to a point that there is an entire webpage devoted to examples of his “superdickery” But was it really that bad?
At the moment, online casinos are a very popular entertainment. Every year, more and more people begin to gamble, and each is guided by its own reasons. First of all, it’s worth talking about those who want to get rich, because only specialized sites can really provide such a chance. Here you can really count on the fact that in the end you can get a good source of income, but gambling must be approached correctly from the start so that your chances are high enough. Only in this way you can get a real chance of success.
A while ago, during my ‘Brief History of British Comics’ I was going to include a whole part to DC Vertigo, because in my head, I’d imagined they were British. They weren’t- but you’d never guess, given that it was at any given time pretty much dominated by the most acclaimed British comic book writers of the age.
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Have you heard? Robert Jeffrey II is back with issue #2 of Mine to Avenge: Book of Layla #2 on Kickstarter! I reviewed the first issue when it released and I’m elated to tell you about this next one!
Debut writer Bobby Singer is pleased to announce the launch of the Kickstarter for their first comic series, Flame Angel, a magical girl series set in Mississippi during the 1960s.
Shipping a couple in superhero comics is, at best, a very masochistic pursuit. Given the very long term nature of superhero comics, it’s a really bad idea to get invested in relationships that one writer loves, but the next writer tosses out the window. Or off the top of a bridge.
With news that a Sandman show has been picked up for 11 episodes by Netflix under the team of Neil Gaiman, David Goyer, and Allan Heinberg, we held a roundtable chat about Sandman: what it means to us, what we want from a TV adaptation, and the continuing Sandman universe.
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From the mind of famed author Roosevelt Pitt, Jr. and award-winning artist Nate Ledesma comes a story of epic proportions.
Act 2: The Mighty Thor
When Jane lost everything, it was just a part of being human. She lost her family, one by one. She had her life altered by the gods who did nothing to help her when she really needed it. Then, finally, she lost her health and with it, the ability to do the vocation she loved so much.