Articles in Classic Comic Cover Corner
This was one of the first WWII comics to show solidarity with our troops and the message was clear: If Superman is onboard with our military, shouldn’t you be?
After Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, DC rebooted the western hero, Jonah Hex, as a post-apocalyptic protagonist called, ‘Hex’ (which you’ll note rhymes with Max.)
Did you see Grodd on last week’s episode of The Flash? If not, then you missed what will probably be remembered as the greatest television event in history.
In decades worth of twisted comic tales, the Vision’s origin is about as convoluted as they come; but the new film streamlines the story in a respectful manner.
Marvel has been pretty decent at empowering its female characters, but two heroes from their cinematic universe have caused damage to the that good reputation.
He didn’t create the Hulk, but when you see Jade Jaws on screen in Avengers: Age of Ultron, that’s the spirit of the Hulk as Herb Trimpe drew him in the comics.
It’s unlikely that we’ll ever see a film based on the 1974 team-up of The Avengers, the Fantastic Four and The Inhumans, but one can dream of the possibilities.
If you are like me you’ve wondered how Easter became such an odd amalgamation of activities, and Captain Carrot adds yet another variable into the mix – aliens!
Ben Affleck, from the upcoming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, made an appearance before Congress last week, but has comics’ Batman ever gone to Washington?
The recent controversy over artist Rafael Albuquerque’s Batgirl #41 variant cover has more to do with the victimization of comic fans than of Batgirl. Here’s why…
Every Sunday morning we showcase a classic comic cover, complete with compelling pop culture commentary, for your cordial contemplation. It’s the Classic Comic Cover Corner!
Menace #5 – July, 1953
Cover Art by Bill Everett
If there’s one …
This would be the perfect story for Drew Goddard to bring to life on the big screen, where Peter Parker has to deal with having grown two extra sets of arms.
Pop culture lost one of its most iconic personalities on Stardate 47634.44, when Leonard Nimoy transported to that big Alpha/Omega quadrant in the sky.
The Internet was ignited when Zack Snyder tweeted a picture of Momoa as Aquaman.
Does he look badass? Absolutely! Does he look like Aquaman? Absolutely, not!