I love the idea of the Outsiders, but in the 35 years they’ve been around they’ve never actually fulfilled their initial premise. I have always been bothered by superhero teams. I mean, those are the books that I enjoy the most (as opposed to solo titles), but the entire set up of a superhero team…… Continue reading Who are The Outsiders?
Macallan (top of the line) Atomic Robo Greatest Hits I love Atomic Robo. Atomic Robo is comics at its finest. I am currently writing an entire piece on why Atomic Robo is great. I have no idea what is in this comic, but it is $1 and it’s Atomic Robo and that is all you…… Continue reading Weekly Whiskey: Comics Worth Your Money for 11/21/18
In August of 1990, Detective Comics began a three issue arc by John Ostrander, Flint Henry, Mike McCone, and Jose Marzan, Jr. The issues contain two stories, one about the Batman we know and love, the other about a comic book about Batman. The latter depicts Batman as a crazed demon, while the former features…… Continue reading The Crazy Dick Sprang Detective Comics Covers from 1990
I love 90’s comics. It’s not nostalgia. No, the vast majority of my nostalgia with regards to comics comes from the 80’s, which is when I started reading them. In fact, 90’s superhero comics actually drove me away from comics all together, but 90’s indie comics brought me back. But this post isn’t about those,…… Continue reading Top 5 90’s Superhero Events
Tom King has spent 51 issues trying to find the Flying Water Vase of Zenn-La. The vase shows up in the first issue of The Vision, by King, Gabriel Walta, and Jordie Bellaire. It shows up on the 4th page, to be exact, and it appears in nearly every issue of the series. It comes…… Continue reading Shallow Waters: Tom King’s Attempt to Find Depth in Batman