"*Unless I'm mistaken, Camelot 3000 deserves more respect as a first attempt at non-Code work with then-controversial material.
You're not mistaken at all, Richard, and I'll add my voice to your chorus. Camelot 3000 was a big…"
"Camelot 3000 was an OK plot about Arthur's return when 3000 CE England is invaded by aliens, with superior Brian Bolland art (the final issue was delayed by almost a year, which just murdered enthusiasm and affection)
When I returned to buying…"
"I've read a couple of issues of Sonic, although I think he was being published by Archie at the time. It's not aimed at me, so I didn't make it a regular thing. Are they still making Sonic video games? If the brand is still…"
"Howdy, Darin! So glad to see the big day is coming! (For print, anyway.)
Would you be interested in doing an interview for my Tribune column? I'm just talking 5-10 questions, which we can do via email. We can do it any time, and I'll file…"
THE BIG STUFFBatman: Reptilian #1 (of 6)DC Comics | 32 pages | $4.99Writer: Garth Ennis | Art/Cover: Liam Sharp | Variant: Cully HamnerGotham City is filled with murderous creatures who stalk the shadows — foul villains with murderous impulses who strike fear into the hearts of every man, woman, and child in the city. But what strikes fear into the hearts of those who…See More
" New Batman images offered on eve of release of ‘Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One’
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"Thanks for the info, Rob! As we all know by now, DC's exit from Diamond makes figuring out what's coming out on a given week more difficult. And figuring out what's print and what's digital more difficult still."
"I watched the first two episodes of the TV show this week, and liked it enough to read what they're now calling Vol. 3 today. I've always liked Frank Quitely's art, so it wasn't a hard sell. I enjoyed it, and plan to read the…"
By Andrew A. SmithTribune Content AgencyJune 17, 2021 — Loki has launched, and once again we are presented with a Disney+ show that could go in many different directions. Let’s consult the tea leaves — and the comics and myths on which the show is based — for what they suggest. TIME VARIANCE AUTHORITYMarvel’s TVA first appeared in 1980s Thor comics. It’s a little less severe than the TV version — it keeps time variations to a minimum and monitors the ones that exist, rather than pruning them…See More
"Why So Serious? Intense faces abound in 'Batman: The Long Halloween;' Four new images released
Only the Joker seems to be smiling throughout the film as intensity runs the gamut of action and emotion in Batman: The Long Halloween, Part…"
"Batman, Gordon make a date with Calendar Man in new clip from 'Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One'
Calendar Man gets an audience with Batman and James Gordon in an all-new clip from Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One.
"Key moments revealed in new images from 'Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One'
Great moments are the foundation of a memorable film, and Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One is filled with them – as depicted in four new images…"
"I just got around to reading the previous issue of Fantastic Four, the start of the wedding of Doom storyline... and it's gonna be a corker. While I've enjoyed Slott's run, there are only a few times where it's really grabbed me.…"
Cap, a slight correction to your "Reprint Wishes" in CBG #1680. It was the Armorines that wore "Iron Man-type armor." The bodies of the H.A.R.D. Corps members were implanted with technology that would allow them to utilize one Harbinger power (such as strength or invulnerability) at a time. H.A.R.D. Corps #4 was my first Valiant book.