A symptom of rising crime and falling standards in a spiraling society. Or—sometimes—a symbol of nothing at all.
The fascinating history of Batman’s Batman.
The Failure of the DCEU and the Reliable Value of the Unpredictable
How can any of us be held responsible for being bad, or given credit for being good, if all we are is conscienceless computer programs easily corrupted by a traumatic childhood?
If Batman: The Animated Series was the perfection of a world already created, Batman Beyond represents a fascinating world waiting to be explored.
DC writers hate him for being a one-note bit that persists over the years, surviving deaths and reboots with a mind and agenda of his own
Lets talk Iron Man!
A decade after its release, we’re still wrestling with The Dark Knight’s murky politics.
I vote for Corporate Merger Jesus.
Batman’s Stupidest Foe Isn’t Just Tragic–He’s Lethal
This week: Religion, Money, Education, Nature, and Comics!
Sandman Bookclub: The Kindly Ones, Pts. 4 and 5
Tonight, Mike recaps the Prologue to and Part One of The Kindly Ones.
The first Saturday of every May comic book publishers prepare several special issues to be given away at stores all over the country for free. You walk into the store (you can locate yours...
At various times during the past 24 hours I’ve tried to log in to ComiXology on my tablet with no success. That was, of course, because of a recent announcement Marvel made at SXSW....
Marc Webb’s The Amazing Spider-Man has the undeserved misfortune of coming second. Rebooted only 10 years after Sam Raimi first brought the web slinger to the big screen, The Amazing Spider-Man suffers from been there/done that fatigue....
I’m not sure why this hasn’t taken the Internet by storm, but Wired found a military comic from 2001 explaining how army personnel are expected to deal with “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” Fortunately (or...