- Screen Reviews
- November 24, 2017
Lydia Loveless bares her soul in this riveting film.
Lego super-heroes take over Brick Journal
The tenth anniversary edition of this fan magazine takes a retrospective look at the history of anniversary issues of other classic comic magazines.
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Russell Crowe! Resident Superman historian Steve Stav asserts that the Man of Steel winds up playing second fiddle to his super-dad.
A hardback history of Super Heroes on television, from the Man of Steel to the recent Aquaman series.
Like a kid in a toystore, Matthew Moyer is agog over this photo collection devoted to Mego’s delightfully strange line of classic superhero action-figures from the late Seventies. They look like dolls to me….
X-ray vision is pretty useful, and the Batmobile is one sweet ride, but there’s something about a high-flying, heavily-armored man with a drinking problem that really captures Steve Stav‘s imagination.
Superman blows his brains out and a sleazy detective tries to cash in on the publicity. At least that’s what Carl F Gauze thought he saw during this muddled film.
Everyone has lots to say about John Byrne. Matthew Moyer examines this collection of interviews and art that let the man and his work speak for himself.
Part Filipino, part Irish, all female Prettier Than Pink tells all about music, Molly Ringwald and comics to Kyrby Raine.
Artist and editor Dick Giordano headed DC Comics’ editorial department through the ’80s. By a strange coincidence, that happens to have been the decade of Ben Varkentine’s "golden age" as a fan, so he’s here to get filled in on all the details.
Comix prodigy Josh Sullivan looks back fondly at all the funnybooks that brought him into the game so long ago.