Superman is a character full of hope and optimism. The first Superhero, hitting newsstands all the way back in 1938. He may not be as popular as someone like Batman, but he deserves to be looked at with respect. Surprisingly though, when it comes to story recommendations, it seems to be the same five stories over and over again. While yes, they are definitely worth reading, I wanted to highlight some amazing stories, along with a few classics, that don’t nearly get as much love and attention, but will also provide a well rounded look at the character that is Clark Kent. My choices may raise a few eyebrows, but any discussion about great Superman stories is a worthwhile discussion. [Read more…] about The 11 Best Superman Stories!
A series in which we attempt to find the single, perfect superpower by reviewing each one on a five-star scale.
DISCLAIMER: This installment talks about real death and the human body.
This Installment: Flight
The ability to naturally defy gravity and travel in a non-parabolic fashion.
This week on “Previously On,” I review Tom King and Andy Kubert’s Walmart Superman special, consider the trend of comic book publishers reflecting on their own history, and fall in love with new comic book day all over again. [Read more…] about Previously On #82: Tom King’s Superman, Marvel History Lessons, and #NCBD
This week on “Previously On,” I review Marvel Comics #1000, marvel at the state of superhero comics, and love the MCU inspiring new readers. [Read more…] about Previously On #81: Marvel #1000 Review, Superhero Comics Surging, and the Thrill of MCU to Comics Converts
Jimmy Olsen is one of the most recognizable supporting characters in comics, and for my money, the most famous pal in history. The red-headed bow-tie wearing Daily Planet photographer is up there with Archie and Dennis the Menace as fictional presences interwoven in the modern American mythology. [Read more…] about The Essential Jimmy Olsen Comic Book Stories