Tag Archives: Marvel Comics

Hey, It’s a Column about Wolverine

At about the fifty percent mark of this review, Tegan mentions that this column is actually about Wolverine comics by the team of Goodwin, Byrne & Janson. Wait for it! Continue reading

 

Simonson’s Fantastic Four

Michel Fiffe’s wandering eye makes its way to the pages of Walt Simonson’s run on Marvel’s Fantastic Four. Continue reading

 

An Interview with Marie Severin

In this 1986 interview, Severin discusses her time at EC, revealing her coloring process and the people behind the legendary company. Continue reading

 

Revisiting Dakota North

According to Keith Silva, we don’t talk enough about Dakota North–and he’s here to remedy that situation, with a look at the under-discussed ’80s miniseries by Martha Thomases and Tony Salmons that introduced the character. Continue reading

 

We Need to Talk about Thanos

Tegan and Thanos go back a long way, but have both of them outgrown the comics where they met? It’s time to find out. 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

 

Fear of a Black Panther

In 2010, 36 years after its release, the story “Panther’s Rage” was collected and reprinted for the first time. David Brothers and Tucker Stone took it all in. Continue reading

 

Loomings

I hadn’t read a comic book in months when I picked up The Saga of the Sub-Mariner – the single longest period of time in my entire life without reading a comic. Why did I decide to break my fast with The Saga of the Sub-Mariner? Continue reading