Tag Archives: DC Comics

The Art and Anatomy of DC Comics’ Metahumans with Ming Doyle

Ardo Omer spoke with Ming Doyle about one of DC’s more inventive licensed projects: a collection of Batman’s anatomy drawings of fellow DC characters, published by Insight Editions Continue reading

 

I’ll Assign This Treason Case to You

Tegan turns her eye to Steve Ditko, and his Shade the Changing Man series. Gather round: there’s learning to be had. Continue reading

 

The Vast Gate

Leonard Pierce was probably never a fan of capitalism to begin with, but when he saw what it did to Spider-Man, that’s when the gloves really came off! Continue reading

 

Crisis In Time

If you’re going to write about Crisis On Infinite Earths, it’s best to go deep, and in Tegan’s latest installment of Ice Cream for Bedwetters, that’s exactly what she does. Continue reading

 

Jerk City, USA

Mike Grell wrote a lot of issues of Green Arrow. But were any of them any good? Let Tegan take the wheel. Continue reading

 

Jack Kirby and Alex Niño: Innovation at DC Comics in 1972

Searching for the unusual in the sometimes formulaic world of mainstream comics, we travel back to 1972 and uncover Jack Kirby’s despair and Alex Niño’s faces. Continue reading

 

The Joe Kubert Interview

In this 1994 interview, Joe Kubert talks about how he broke into comics in the “shop system,” his work as a freelancer and editor at DC Comics and concludes with his foray into graphic non-fiction. Kubert also talks about founding the Joe Kubert School of Art. Continue reading

 

“This Man, This Monster”: Super-Heroes and Super-Sexism.

Ken Parille looks at Super-Ugly Muscles and Male Superhero Outfits. Continue reading