Not that long ago, I watched a documentary called “It Might Get Loud.” The documentary brought together guitarists from three different generations- Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page, U2’s The Edge and The White Stripes’ Jack White. It was a blast. It was fun to listen to music from three of my favorite bands. It was fun to hear them talk about their influences- to see Jimmy Page…Continue
By Scott Snyder, Rafael Albuquerque and Stephen King
They had me at “Hello.” Okay, that’s not quite true. They actually had me by the second paragraph of the introduction when Stephen King reminded us that vampires are supposed to be killers. They’re vicious, literally blood-thirsty killers. For that reason, vampires…Continue
Last week, I started my list of the 100 greatest characters of the ‘70s and ‘80s. As with the list I did last year for the 100 greatest characters of the ‘90s and ‘00s, I decided to present the list alphabetically. It’s hard enough narrowing all of the characters down to 100 without having to try and sort them, too.
51. Lilith (Marvel, 1974): One sign…Continue
Last year, I wrote a pair of columns about the greatest characters of the past 20 years. I had a lot of fun coming up with the list and discussing it with everyone here. It was so much fun I’m going to do it again. This time, I’m looking at the 20 years before the past 20 years: otherwise known as the ‘70s and ‘80s. Sit back, read along and have fun. After all, that’s…Continue
Last December, the big two comic book companies both dropped the first hints of their major events for this year. DC would run Flashpoint while Marvel would launch Fear Itself. For some fans, it was like a Christmas bonus- the next big story to get excited about. For other fans, it was a lump of coal in their stocking- another huge company crossover to complain…Continue