- The Lacking Organization
- July 3, 2020
It took Cheo a couple of years to get back into his usual Latin-flavored slinky tinkles after leaving his previous band, but we’re all glad to hear he’s back.
The tenth anniversary edition of this fan magazine takes a retrospective look at the history of anniversary issues of other classic comic magazines.
Meet and greet famed graphic novelist Frazier Irving, illustrator of Necronauts, Season of the Witch Boy and Batman. OK, everybody’s illustrated Batman at some point, but that just proves he’s in the club.
A hardback history of Super Heroes on television, from the Man of Steel to the recent Aquaman series.
This new tome from Michael Eury brings back Matthew Moyer‘s childlike sense of wonder even better than a real, live Captain Action plastic figurine would. No mean feat.
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….
Hey kid! Wanna write comics? Carl F Gauze suggests you read Danny Fingeroth‘s collection of interviews and articles from Write Now!, a magazine for Super Hero cartoonists, first.
The Dark Knight Returns in a whole new epic franchise. Batman has been cleaned up, overhauled and given a dark sense of realism not seen since Tim Burton’s first Batman feature back in the day. Rob Levy is spooked and overjoyed.
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.
Hulk finally has movie. Hulk becomes Ang Lee’s cinematic plaything. Hulk smash — or does he? Steve Stav, resident Marvel Comics afficionado, explores the effects of gamma radiation in his green-tinted review.