I don’t know the exact date, but I must have settled on the name Comic Book Herald sometime around August 2010 (that’s when my Twitter handle debuted!), a few months into my first real world job, and around a year before I’d get married. It’s strange to consider, but I’ve had nearly a full decade with Comic Book Herald now, although any site traffic data doesn’t begin in earnest until 2012. [Read more…] about Previously On #96: The Decade in Comic Book Herald
In terms of entertainment, 2019 was pretty remarkable. I’m not sure where it’ll fall in the decade when we look back, but for my money some of my favorite comic book TV, comic book movies, and straight up comic book moments of the decade all happened this year.
Since I’ve already shared Comic Book Herald’s favorite comics of 2019 in a host of places, this week’s column will focus on favorites across other mediums and categories. [Read more…] about Previously On #94: Dave’s Faves, 2019 Year-End Non-Comics Edition!
Like many, I approached HBO’s Damon Lindelof driven Watchmen with heavy skepticism, yet was blown away week after week (for at least seven weeks in a row!) with one of the smartest, most ambitious superhero shows imaginable. [Read more…] about Previously On #93: HBO Watchmen Season One Review!
A scathing Alan Moore quote from a few years back blew up recently (thanks @Kylepinion!), and its incisive fury is clearly getting under a lot of people’s skin, from comic creators to critics to fans. Moore – a creator I still have ranked as my favorite comic book writer of all time – manages to call adults into superheroes (and I’m paraphrasing with my tongue lodged somewhere in the middle of my cheek) racist babies.
Here’s the full quote: [Read more…] about Previously On #92: Why I Love Superhero Comics