Tag Archives: Tegan O’Neil

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

 

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

 

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

 

Shut Up ‘n Play Yer Guitar

Tegan thought she was done, but then Todd McFarlane reprinted a bunch of issues of Spawn tie-in comics, and so she’s back. With a movie pitch! Continue reading

 

The Empty Mirror

After 18 months, it’s time for the final episode of Tegan O’Neil’s column, Ice Cream For Bedwetters–and we’re talking Spider-Verse, the Clone Saga and the motivation behind it all. Continue reading

 

What He Taught Me

Stan, Jack, and Stan’s kid brother didn’t create Thor, the Norse god of thunder, or Loki, or Odin, or Asgard, or any of all that. Asserting that they did is silly on the face and yet … Continue reading

 

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

 

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

 
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