Tag Archives: superhero comics

“Wonder Woman” (2017)

Blowhard, Esq. writes: Wonder Woman has always been a second-tier character for reasons largely having to do with her incoherent, if interesting, origins. Created by psychologist William Marston specifically to be the opposite of too-violent heroes like Batman and Superman, to … Continue reading

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The Crossroads of Infinity

Blowhard, Esq. writes: Jack Kirby, Fantastic Four #51, 1966

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Superheroes in Therapy

Sax von Stroheim writes: Continuing my series of reviews of superhero comic books that I bought out of a combination of (a) their being on sale, (b) a modest amount of curiosity about them, and (c) my own incurable superhero … Continue reading

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Fanservice

Sax von Stroheim writes: I picked up the first seven issues of Red Hood and the Outlaws from the same digital comics sale that netted me those Batman comics. As I noted (briefly) in that post, Red Hood and the … Continue reading

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