What comics did I enjoy reading in 2017? Here’s a list of 10 comic books, graphic novels, and webcomics, from “Goldie Vance” to “Dinosaur Comics.”
My annual look at cartoons that would’ve entered public domain in 2018 if not for changes to copyright laws, ranging from “Top Cat” to “The Fantastic Four.”
Some politicians and media associate “the real America” as something like Superman’s hometown of Smallville. Reality, however, favors Metropolis.
In a followup to my similar post about the Justice League, I take a look at what a diverse Avengers roster should look like.
The holidays are almost here, so I thought I’d make a list of graphic novels and trade paperbacks that might make suitable presents.
A look at 10 prominent vegetarian or vegan cartoon characters, from Lisa Simpson of “The Simpsons” to Beast Boy of “Teen Titans.”
For decades, the single issue comic book’s been popular. However, like the penny, it’s clearly showing problems as things now stand.
While a lot’s changed in Big Two superhero books, one thing has been much slower to change: the amount of cursing in DC/Marvel Universe comics.
“Scooby-Doo Team-Up” features the Scooby-Doo gang teaming up each month with a different DCU or Hanna-Barbera character. But which characters sell the best?
A look at the centennial anniversary issues of Wonder Woman’s comic book, including the several post-Crisis renumberings.