Time again for my monthly look at what’s coming out from Archie Comics, this time for April 2011. Dates listed[…]
A look at the usage of Martin Luther King in animation, including a made-for-video movie, Adult Swim’s “The Boondocks,” and the WB’s “Histeria!”.
The All-New Batman: The Brave and the Bold #3 Written by: Sholly Fisch Art by: Rick Burchett This issue’s full-length[…]
As NPR’s “Monkey See” blog noted today, new gay Archie Comics character Kevin Keller now has a logo (no relation[…]
Life With Archie #6 Written by: Paul Kupperburg (Betty/Veronica stories), J. Torres (Jinx vignettes) Art by: Norm Breyfogle (Betty/Veronica stories),[…]
On the heels of my sliding timeline entries on Superboy, “The Simpsons” and “FoxTrot,” let’s look at the effects of sliding timelines on[…]
A look at how DC Comics’ various sliding timeline changes have affected Superman’s childhood, both as Superboy (pre-Crisis) and as a teenage Clark Kent.
A look at how the concept of a floating timeline has affected “FoxTrot,” the long-running newspaper comic strip by Bill Amend.
What the headline says, folks—according to TVShowsOnDVD.com, the fifth and final season of “Rocky and Bullwinkle” is coming to DVD[…]
The second annual C2E2 (Chicago Comics and Entertainment Expo) is being held this year on the weekend of St. Patrick’s[…]