Thursday, October 14 2010
In picking up the well-worn Golden Age classic Moon Girl, writing duo Johnny Zito and Tony Trov table the central debate of 21st century creativity -- an open source of intellectual property.
Tuesday, August 24 2010
Following the apparent reconciliation between Wizard and Frank Miller in 2005, have issues are the publication's quality of journalism finally been settled?
Tuesday, May 25 2010
Cross-media project "The O>Matics in Comics", tables a wide list of talking points around comics, the web and the sustainability of the garageband music industry.
Tuesday, May 18 2010
Ultimate X-Men was perhaps not the radical departure from Stan Lee's original vision it has always been taken as. The common ground lies in Ultimate writer Mark Millar's evolution of the theme of danger.
Monday, September 20 2010
Unlike other divided yet cohesive narratives like 52, I Am An Avenger has no actual impact on mainstream continuity or ongoing arcs. However, the story is not exactly a throw-away.
Monday, June 21 2010
With the game of Musical Avengers well underway, will Avengers Academy make it to its adolescent years?
Wednesday, March 31 2010
Would you give recent Marvel books to your 10-year old self? Hickman taps that magic that originally made us want to read comics.
Tuesday, January 4 2011
With the upcoming Conan movie, The Iconographies presents a series of posts detailing the fictive career of the famous Barbarian.
Wednesday, August 4 2010
This week, deviating slightly from the usual topic of the relationship between religion and superheroes, Observance explores superheroes and the absence of religion.
Thursday, June 24 2010
Despite being an avowed atheist, J Michael Straczynski renders a powerful and moving depiction of a devout Spider-Man.
Wednesday, June 9 2010
Why would superheroes conform to ordinary, human practices like marriage?
Thursday, June 3 2010
Have you heard the bad news: DC's Crime Bible stories lionize the Biblical figure of Cain.