A look at floating timelines in comics, including Marvel and DC Comics’ continuity changes, and “FoxTrot”‘s changing Apple tech.
A look at seven obsolete technology references in cartoons, from CB radios to phone booths to dial-tuner TV sets.
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.
DC Comics and Webtoon have announced a partnership to produce original webcomics featuring DC’s library of various characters.
An analysis of the famous Superman introduction (“faster than a speeding bullet…”), as summarized across media over the years.
The retcon (short for “retroactive continuity”) is a pretty ingrained part of […]
I saw on the Apple app store a promotion for Superman’s 80th […]
Fortune magazine reports that in 2018, the average cable TV bill hit […]
Here’s a look at what comics of interest are coming out in […]
Here’s my look at what’s coming out from Marvel and DC Comics […]