A look at floating timelines in comics, including Marvel and DC Comics’ continuity changes, and “FoxTrot”‘s changing Apple tech.
In November’s issue of “Superman: Son of Kal-El” (starring Jon Kent), Superman’s son comes out as bisexual. It’s receiving much non-comics media attention.
Here’s my look at graphic novels and trade paperbacks of interest coming out in July 2020. (Disclosure: The blog is an affiliate […]
I saw on the Apple app store a promotion for Superman’s 80th anniversary in “Action Comics.” The app store listed what Apple […]
My thoughts on why Superman seems to be the go-to for live-action TV adaptions instead of Batman, in spite of the latter’s popularity.
A look at the multiple factors that killed off superhero sidekicks as a concept, from the rise of superhero teams to the debut of Spider-Man.
I go into a list of reasons why “normal America” looks more like Superman’s city of Metropolis, versus his childhood hometown of Smallville.
Today’s Google Doodle is of Walter Cronkite, in honor of what would’ve been his 100th birthday. Cronkite was for Baby Boomers and […]
A look at modern presidents of the United States that Superman has met in stories, from Franklin D. Roosevelt to Barack Obama.
I’ve been writing about monthly comics solicitations for years, and also have done a few one-off recommended comic posts. However, I thought […]