From Friendly Ghosts To Gamma Rays: Ferd’nand and The Green Hornet

Welcome back to From Friendly Ghosts To Gamma Rays! This week we take a peek at some awesome Sunday fun with Ferd’nand and the classic serial epic of The Green Hornet! Sundays Rock:¬† Ferd’nand Ferd’nand is th...
by Drew
6

 
 

Movie Mondays: Superman (1948 Serial)

Title: Superman Director: Thomas Carr & Spencer Gordon Bennet Writers: Lewis Clay, Royal K. Cole, Arthur Hoerl, George H. Plympton, & Joseph F. Poland (Based on Characters created by Jerry Siegel & Joe Shuster) Dist...
by Aaron
0

 
 

Abrams Advanced Review: Government Issue

Government Issue: Comics For The People, 1940s-2000s Publisher: Abrams Comic Arts Writer: Richard L. Graham Intro: Sid Jacobson Comic Art and Writing: Various This book presents us with one of the most interesting looks at comi...
by Drew
0

 

 

Character Spotlight: Oliver Queen Part 1

This is it! The end of Marchery/Archery April with the one who started it all, Green Arrow himself, Oliver Queen! He was the first archer superhero at DC comics. He followed in the path of Robin Hood and took some strange turns...
by Dr. Bustos
1

 
 

Character Spotlight: Etta Candy

She’s been best friends with Wonder Woman since World War 2. She’s impressed the Amazons with her skills. She’s able to stand side-by-side with superheroes. She knows the healing power of candy. Who is she? Th...
by Dr. Bustos
0

 
 
 

Sequential History: The Golden Age

The Golden Age of comics, roughly from 1938 to the late forties, was an amazing time to be involved in this unique art form. The modern comic book was born, and with it came the boom in sales that spurred the creation of many o...
by Eli
8

 

 

Character Spotlight: Mr. Mxyzptlk

Hailing from the 5th dimension, a being of godlike power travels through realities to find a worthy one to prank. Who is this creature of unbridled power that finds his way in the third dimension only to taunt one single man, e...
by Dr. Bustos
0

 
 

Character Spotlight: Jay Garrick

Many people today think of either Barry Allen or Wally West as the fastest man alive. There was a time where that title belonged to one person 75 years ago who came out racing on the comics page. Jay Garrick, the original, the...
by Dr. Bustos
0

 
 
 

Marvel Snapshot: Character Spotlight: The Vision

Hello and welcome back to another week in Marvel Snapshot! In this week’s edition, we’ll take a look at the wild, crazy, and often confusing origin of the Vision. This character spotlight is a little difficult to fo...
by Billy
2

 

 

Movie Mondays: Superman III

Title: Superman III Director: Richard Lester Writers: David Newman, Leslie Newman, (Characters by Jerry Siegel & Joe Shuster) Distributed By: Warner Bros. Pictures Starring: Christopher Reeve, Richard Pryor, Robert Vaughn, ...
by Aaron
0

 
 

SDCC 2012! Pt. 1: People

San Diego Comic Con, the biggest convention for anyone into anything comics or just about anything, really. I went to the latest event for four days and ran all over the place inside and out to bring you some coverage as well a...
by Dr. Bustos
0

 
 

Character Spotlight: Plastic Man

Able to stretch over tall buildings in a single step. Can transform into a locomotive. Bouncy enough to reflect speeding bullets. Plastic Man! Former criminal turned immortal hero. That may sound like a stretch but you don̵...
by Dr. Bustos
0