Tag Archives: DC Comics

The Shame of Shazam: Its Present Debacle and Abuse

Shazam hasn’t had the easiest run of things for a good long while–don’t let the box office receipts fool you! R.C. Harvey is here with the latest installment of Hare Tonic, focusing on the Big Red Cheese! Continue reading

 

Are You Not Entertained? Tegan Enters The DC Universe

Tegan O’Neil takes a dip into the world of subscription based comic book reading, with the DC Universe. Can she resist the temptation to watch cancelled television shows and focus on back issues instead? It’s time for an economics lesson! Continue reading

 

“They Left Me Alone And That Was Pretty Great”: An Interview With Phil Jimenez

Phil Jimenez talks with Alex Dueben about highlights from his twenty-eight year career in comics, the importance of mental health in the LGBTQ comics community, and why he’s returning to Wonder Woman. Continue reading

 

An Unusual Gang of Idiots: The Joy of Working at MAD Magazine Past Its Heyday

Ryan Flanders looks back at what it meant and what he learned during the 17 years he spent at the house that Alfred E Neuman built. Continue reading

 

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

 
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