"Batman A-Go-Go!" starts silly, veers through social commentary, and barrels straight into a horror film, making for an unpleasant read.
Almost everyone dreams of big-screen stardom at some point in their lives, and it turns out superheroes are no exception.
We're spotlighting some of the side characters who have been left by the wayside. Today in To Absent Friends: Willie Lincoln.
Lots of people could tell you about George Perez's career in comics with more expertise than I have. So instead, I will tell you a story.
Shock SuspenStories may be a little hokey for modern comics readers, but it spoke out for social justice at a crucial time.
The early 1960s were a tough time for comic books. With superheroes falling out of fashion, what was a '60s DC superhero to do?
One comics reader shares their resolutions for a well-rounded reading year. Use these as inspiration for your own comics reading resolutions!
Robots in comics have two settings: help or murder. When they come dressed like our favorite heroes, they're probably set to murder.
Did you know that there were two seasons of an Iron Man CG-animated TV show in 2008? Here's the story of this forgotten adaptation.
Some supervillains have been lost to time. Is Mad Mod an underrated gem, or does he deserve to be forgotten?
We know Gene Autry as an American singer, songwriter, actor, musician, and rodeo performer. Now let's talk about his horse.
As many start to get into the winter holiday spirit, so, too, do our favorite comic book heroes (and a few villains).
When Hal Jordan meets the Green Lantern of Korugar, he's shocked she's a woman. And then he destroys her relationship.
Remember when Iron Man went to Comic Con and everyone made fun of his nose and then he almost died by sword? '70s comics were something else.
Even superheroes need friends! Unfortunately, sometimes those friendships fade. Here's a look at Nightwing's friendship with Bridget Clancy.