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Monthly Archives: August 2010
I was talking with a professor at my school the other day and we started talking about comic books. He has started buying comics for his son and he wanted some advice on which titles he should but. He had … Continue reading
Steven King is back with a column that looks at “Lost” in the only possible way it makes sense. Check it out!
In the very last issue of 52, there was a reference to Identity Crisis being the “middle crisis.” Fans anticipated the mega event and expected it to be in the same vein as the previous mega-crossovers, but everyone forgot one … Continue reading
The lead up to Infinite Crisis could have been an event in and of itself. Theoretically, it all began with Identity Crisis (but Jeph Loeb would probably want you to believe that it began with one line from Lex Luthor … Continue reading
In 2004, a very different kind of crossover was born. Brad Meltzer’s Identity Crisis was the absolute exact opposite of Crisis on Infinite Earths in every way possible. In fact, it was the opposite of every event crossover that … Continue reading
Crisis on Infinite Earths is the father of all mega event crossovers. Period. This year is its 25th anniversary (we share a birth year!) and to go back through the pages of the comic is to travel back in time … Continue reading
Some concern has been raised recently in regards to my feelings towards mega crossovers. And while my opinions over Marvel’s Civil War are pretty well documented, people have wondered as to how I feel towards other mega event crossovers. I … Continue reading
Sometimes I get these genius ideas for movies, and I just have to share them. This is one such idea. Pitch Title: Meme Movie Genre: “Movie” Movies Director: Jason Friedberg Aaron Seltzer
The headline of “Today’s superheroes send wrong image to boys, say researchers” is like a punch to the chest of every fanboy out there.