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 the DC Comics roster of characters. Again, I try to favor trade paperbacks over single issues (or the expensive Archives editions).
While animation exploded in quantity and popularity in the 90s, the 2000s also saw various changes. Some of the changes, however, didn’t seem for the better. Various factors (poor-looking Flash TV animation, a push for live-action programming even on Cartoon Network, the death of broadcast TV animation outside of Fox, etc.) led to this being … Read moreTop 10 2000s TV cartoon theme songs
Other than Amazon’s purchase of Comixology, the biggest comics topic online in the past week’s been yet another embarrassing round of sexism by a vocal segment of comic fans. To summarize: Janelle Asselin, a contributor to Comic Book Resources and comic creator, wrote a critique of the cover to the upcoming reboot/issue #1 of “Teen … Read moreYet another round of comics sexism: Janelle Asselin, “Teen Titans” and online backlash
It’s time to see what’s of interest from DC Comics this May. Full solicitations are available here. Comics Scooby-Doo Team-Up #4, on sale May 7, $3 Astro City #12, on sale May 14, $4 Adventures of Superman #13, on sale May 28, $4 (digital first) Batman ’66 #11, on sale May 21, $4 (digital first) … Read moreAnthony’s DC Comics picks for May 2014
Finally hitting the 21st century, here’s my favorite superhero TV show/movie openings for the 2000s and 2010s. I’m combining the two given there’s fewer choices for both decades, plus the 2010s aren’t done yet. My favorite opening is “Teen Titans,” but here’s some others: Static Shock I’ve written about Static previously. Virgil’s show ran on … Read moreThe best 2000s/2010s superhero TV show or movie openings