This graphic novel initially finds the caped crusader confronting the worst super villain ever: his own mid-life crisis.
Superman: The Golden Age Omnibus, Volume 3 is the third installment in the Superman Omnibus series. It is comprised of Action Comics No. 48–65, Superman No.
Time is gone . . . absolutely, completely, inexplicably gone.
“will . . . fire the imaginations of emerging writers, readers, and movie buffs.”
The appeal of The Flash TV show on the CW network transcends age groups in a way that few television shows ever really do any more.
Released in 1968, Music from Big Pink by The Band changed the musical landscape.
For Green Arrow: A Celebration of 75 Years, publisher DC Comics has dug through their massive vaults to find the perfect summation of the life of Oliver Queen.
It wasn’t just the wild laughs, hilarious parodies, and complete lack of respect for almost anything it wrote about that pushed MAD into the spotlight.
The Bronze Age is when Superman broke the chains of Kryptonite! Batman could finally become a vampire!
In the months prior to America being dragged into the Second World War, the country was filled with undercover agents from Germany and other foreign lands.
The myths and stories a society embraces speak volumes about what that society really is.
“. . . ranks among the best in an already exceptional series.”
My first shock with comics occurred in the seventies. I was under the ominous grasp of a winter flu when my mother decided to take me to the doctor.