A look at DC Comics’ New 52 timeline, from the 2011 reboot through the “Rebirth” revamp/return of post-Crisis elements.
Bill Amend’s comic strip “FoxTrot,” as part of keeping up with evolving technology (and the nature of the strip’s sliding[…]
A look at DC Comics’ post-Crisis era timeline, from “Crisis on Infinite Earths”/Byrne’s “Man of Steel” reboot to the 2011 New 52 reboot.
A look at DC Comics’ timeline for its Silver Age/Earth-1 characters and stories, from Superboy’s debut to “Crisis on Infinite Earths.”
A look at the pros and cons of DC Comics’ timeline for its pre-Crisis Earth-2/Golden Age characters, from “Action Comics” #1 to “Crisis on Infinite Earths.”
A look at the various ways in which cartoon characters aging (or not aging) is approached, from aging in real time to no explanation at all.
A look at how “The Simpsons” has handled (or ignored) sliding timelines regarding its various flashback episodes.
On the heels of my sliding timeline entries on Superboy, “The Simpsons” and “FoxTrot,” let’s look at the effects of sliding timelines on[…]
A look at how DC Comics’ various sliding timeline changes have affected Superman’s childhood, both as Superboy (pre-Crisis) and as a teenage Clark Kent.
A look at how the concept of a floating timeline has affected “FoxTrot,” the long-running newspaper comic strip by Bill Amend.