Tag Archives: DC Comics

The Wreckage: Part Two

Tegan concludes her look at Grant Morrison and Richard Case’s shadow-casting run on Doom Patrol to see what it can tell us about comics, nostalgia, and Cliff Steele. Continue reading

 

Rationality and Relevance: Dennis O’Neil

This interview was conducted in 1978 and 1980 and released in full form in The Comic Journal #66 (September 1981). Among the many topics they cover, young Gary Groth and Mike Catron ask Denny O’Neil about the potential for the art form – specifically, beyond the mass audience and the superhero genre – and talk about a promising new writer O’Neil is editing, Frank Miller. Continue reading

 

Denny O’Neil: 1939 – 2020

The influential writer and beloved editor passed away, leaving a super-hero industry forever changed behind him. Continue reading

 

The Wreckage: Part One

Tegan takes us back to the past, no longer as recent as it once was, for a look at the Doom Patrol–specifically, the one whose legacy remains critically intact. Continue reading

 

The New Dynamics: Anarchy in the DM

Twenty-five years ago, DC Comics signed with Diamond Distributors. Eric Reynolds reported on a leaked memo. Continue reading

 

Doomsday Clock: What’s It All Mean?

R.C. Harvey isn’t going to let Geoff Johns get away with spending a huge amount of time messing around with old Watchmen comics and thousands of alternate DC universes without giving the end result the old once over. Can Bob resist the bombast? Continue reading

 

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