I know some people get frustrated with the revolving door of death in comics, but I’ve made my peace with it. In fact, I kind of love it.
Despite the longstanding popularity of Superman, his stories can be hard to write. Enter: The Golden Age writers' ludicrous scenarios.
Harlan Ellison is one of the most influential figures in science fiction, and in 1971, he fought the Justice League.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will be his second headlining movie, but what did his first comic appearance look like?
From creating iconic superheroes and groundbreaking storylines to fighting for creator rights, Neal Adams was a legendary comic book artist.
In 1962, a Fantastic Four movie was made that by all appearances is amazing. Tragically, we can’t see it, because it took place in a comic.
If you're wondering what a "retcon" is or just how and why comics can jump from issue #14 to #642, we've got just the explainer for you.
Comics continue to have a whitewashing problem and it needs to be addressed. It's a systemic issue that needs to be nipped in the bud.
The history of comics corner boxes is basically the history of superhero comics, but only one inch tall.
How odd do you think comics made for ~20 years about Bob Hope and Jerry Lewis got? If you guessed "pretty odd," you'd be right.