Hi Guys.Just thought I'd stick this up here in case anyone is interested. I'm a volunteer on a radio program here in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. On my latest program, I did a short interview…Continue
The most striking element of issues 53 and 54 of volume 1 of The Micronauts is the old Star Trek cliché of an alien world where the inhabitants dress, talk and behave like Depression-era Chicago…Continue
Some of you might be interested to know that there is a campaign to get some small, belated recognition for Bill Finger for his outstanding work on Batman, via a Google Doodle in his honour on the…Continue
Some final thoughts on how DC’s JSA comics addressed the early years of the ‘War on Terror’. This third column will focus on how the Princes of Darkness storyline looked forward to what it would…Continue
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Being the latest instalment of our reasonably in-depth examination of DC One Million, Grant Morrison's epic transtime JLA tie-in of 1998. So far we have followed the central storyline of attacks on civilization in two eras masterminded by Solaris the Tyrant Sun, aided and abetted by Vandal Savage. We've seen how these were thwarted (and in the best time-travelling…Continue
This is one of a series of posts on DC One Million, the Grant Morrison-helmed, month-long, macro-crossover from 1998.
In this installment we're looking at some of the 'ghosts' haunting the celebration of Superman's return from eons of exile in the Sun - one writer notable by his absence, and four ongoing titles that more or less wrapped up during DC One Million. Follow the hyperlinks to Week 1, Week 2 and Week 3 for previous entrants in this series.