In the mid ‘90s, Don Rosa took up the monumental task of illustrating The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck. He wrote a 12-issue epic that covered the pivotal moments from Scrooge’s younger days before he…Continue
(collecting Wonder Woman #2-3, Sensation Comics #10-14 and Comic Cavalcade #1, 1942-43)
I have a confession to make: this was my first extended exploration of the Golden Age Wonder Woman. I’d read her first appearance and origin story in a couple of…Continue
I have a problem. My wish list never gets shorter. I buy a bunch of back issues- maybe a complete run from eBay or an assortment of odds & ends from mycomicshop.com- and soon my wish list is just as long as it was before the purchase.
I guess the real problem is that I like comics. I like a lot of comics. And I like a lot of different comics. I like the…
We read comics for the action- the fistfights and the big explosions. We read comics for the superheroes- the bright costumes and the capes. But we also read comics for the relationships- the romances, the mentors and students, the close-knit team. Over the years, comics have given us some great friendships. Here are ten of the best of them.
35 years after Luke Skywalker destroyed the Death Star, Star Wars is a multi-billion, multi-media empire. Cartoons, novels, video games and comic books stretch from the beginning of history to the distant future. They explore places and races that are both new and familiar. This year, Dark Horse is giving a big push to their line of Star Wars comics with new titles and…Continue