It’s hard to believe that Charles Darwin was born over 200 years ago today, considering how many millions of Earthlings we have left to convince of his now-obvious theory of evolution. But now even the knuckle-dragging unbelievers have as cool a point of entry as the bleeding-edge believers with journalist Eugene Byrne and artist Simon [...]
Happy Sunday, comics jockeys! Superman/Batman: Public Enemies finally arrives this month, and it’s bringing the baddest Lex Luthor of all time. Disagree? Read my defense on Wired, and let me know who you think is better. Or is that badder?
Back at it, after a week fighting off a fucked up stomach flu. I sure could have used a murderous lunatic to help me kill it off. Hey, why not Lobo?
What’s that you say? He’s been too busy starring in a forthcoming comic written by Anthrax thrasher Scott Ian? Oh sorry, I didn’t know that.
Yes, even more Watchmen coverage. After all the armchair quarterbacking about the film’s box office opening, I couldn’t resist. Will the film flop before summer hits? Or will it be the next Brazil. Read on for the answer:
Classics Illustrated still makes sweet comics, especially when its narratives nab compatible visuals. Rick Geary’s dispassionate pen has blessed the new Papercutz series, a pairing that has been explored before in an interview with Geary on Morphizm.
But now it is Kyle Baker’s turn to take a stone-cold literary classic down the rabbit hole.