I’ve been writing about monthly comics solicitations for years, and also have done a few one-off recommended comic posts. However, I thought I should write some more evergreen posts listing what comics overall I’d recommend. … Read moreAnthony’s recommended Superman comics
Since its naming in “Superboy” #2 in 1949, Superman’s childhood hometown has officially been the town of Smallville. While its aspects (and location) have varied over the decades since, one thing’s consistent: … Read moreJust how big is Smallville?
This week’s minorities in cartoons entry is Sunburst, a Japanese superhero… or rather, two Japanese superheroes. Takeo Sato The original Sunburst first appeared in “The New Adventures of Superboy” #45 … Read moreMinorities in cartoons: Sunburst
This week’s minorities in cartoons entry is Tommy Lee, a DC Comics character. Tommy first appeared in “Superman” (vol. 1) #362 (August 1981). Writer Bob Rozakis and artist Kurt Schaffenberger … Read moreMinorities in cartoons: Tommy Lee
Here’s a look at what’s coming out from DC for April 2015. A full list of solicitations are available here. Comics Convergence #1 (of 8), on sale Apr. 8, $5 … Read moreAnthony’s DC Comics picks for April 2015
In 2010, DC Comics released this compilation as part of its “Greatest…Ever Told” series of trade paperbacks. DC in recent years has largely opted to either ignore the pre-Crisis Superboy (in favor of … Read moreComic review: Superboy: The Greatest Team-Up Stories Ever Told