I’ve previously covered recommended comics for Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman. Thus, here’s a list of recommended comics for their Justice League pals, as well as the rest of
February 29 brings upon us that quadrennial leap year-defining event, Leap Day. Upon some research, it doesn’t seem to be a day that gets much mention in comics or animation, but
A list of animated cartoons and comics that should've entered public domain in 2016, but didn't.
Labor Day weekend is here once more. However, if you’re looking for the annual Labor Day weekend Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) telethon, don’t bother: as of this year, it&
In 2013, I did a blog post looking over the diversity of DC Comics’ core “New 52” books. It turned out that the number of books not tied to Superman,
Here’s what’s of interest coming out from DC Comics in July. A full list of solicitations is available here. Comics Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman #12, on sale July
A review of a collection of classic Silver and Bronze Age Superboy team-up stories.
This week’s minorities in cartoons entry is Thomas “Tom” Kalmaku, a supporting character in the Green Lantern comics. Thomas first appeared in “Green Lantern” (vol. 2) #2
According to the 1976 DC Calendar, February 20 is Hal Jordan’s (fictional) birthday. I’ve referenced said calendar in previous birthday posts for Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash, and Aquaman.
After a week, my “favorite minority cartoon characters” poll is now closed, and we have a winner, despite the very sparse vote count. The winner is… John Stewart! Thanks for