Ice Cream For Bedwetters
Let Us Now Praise Famous Synthezoids
The penultimate edition of Tegan O’Neil’s super-hero column takes a look at Secret Wars, The Vision, Chris Ware, Jonathan Franzen, 9/11, and what it feels like to despise yourself for what you spend money on.
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 …
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!
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.
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.
Time to Meet Your God
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo stake their claim that, yes, there is something new under that Gotham City sun. “You sure about that?”, Tegan replies.
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.
Bolting topicality onto a struggling juvenile concept never elevates the juvenile concepts as well as creators always seem to think.
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.
It’s 2018. It’s a weird time in the history of our nation. It’s a weird time in my life. A lot of people are afraid of a lot of things. And here we are talking about Ninjak.
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?