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Re-pave Paradise: The Legend of Wonder Woman

When I heard DC Digital were giving us a new take on the origin of Wonder Woman my reaction was, ...

Listen Up! A Pick of Comic Podcasts

We here at Panels are taking some much needed time off; in the meantime, we’re revisiting some favorite old posts ...

Women on the Verge: THE CLEAN ROOM #1

The Clean Room #1 (Vertigo) By Gail Simone, Jon Davis-Hunt and Todd Klein Two women. Two near-death experiences. Two very ...

Sunny Side Up: Read STARFIRE, Be Very Happy

Once she was DC’s most controversial character, but now Starfire’s not getting nearly enough attention. Back in 2011, when DC’s ...

Dreamcasting CAPTAIN BRITAIN

I’m so old, I’ve been with Captain Britain since his debut as a Captain America/Thor knock-off in his own Marvel ...

Uncollected: JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA #1-8 (DC Comics, 1991)

It’s 1950, the dark days of World War Two are behind the United States and man is looking to the ...

Listen Up! A Pick of Comics Podcasts

So, you’ve gotten addicted to Panels’ Oh, Comics! podcast, in which Preeti and Paul talk everything comics. If you’re like ...

Star Trek/Green Lantern: The Spectrum War #1

Mogo doesn’t socialise. Well, he’s dead when this crossover between two of the most popular franchises of the last 50 ...

The Unbreakable Lois Lane

We here at Panels are taking some much needed time off; in the meantime, we’re revisiting some favorite old posts ...

No Context Given: ACTION COMICS #53

From Action Comics #53 by Jerry Siegel, John Sikela and George Roussos (October 1942) ____________________ Follow us on Instagram for ...

Uncollected: Mr. and Mrs. Superman

I make no claims that this is important work. I don’t say the writing and art were industry changing. I ...

Whose Lois Is It Anyway?

It’s a hard time to be a Lois Lane fan. The New 52 relaunch saw DC demote her from being ...

No Context Given: TALES TO ASTONISH #49

  From Tales to Astonish #49 (November 1963) by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby and Don Heck ____________________________ Join us for ...

Uncollected: Black Lightning #1-8 ( DC Comics, 1995)

In the ’70s, Black Lightning was DC’s earnestly entertaining attempt to give the comics world an African American superhero, but ...

That One Issue: THE FLASH #270

The Flash #270 “A Fast Way to Die” By Cary Bates, Irv Novick, and Frank McLaughlin ‘Starting with this issue ...

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