Writer & Artist: Matt Wagner
Colors: Brennan Wagner
Letters: David Lanphear
In 1985 my father decided that it was time for a change and he took a new job in Indiana. I wasn’t completely s... Read More...
Character Profile: Superman
Created by: Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster
Publisher: DC Comics
First Publishing Date: May 1938
Column by: Max Mallet
“For a lot of people, Superman is and has always been Ameri... Read More...
Writer: Mark Millar
Artist: Frank Quitely
Colors: Sunny Gho
Letters/Design: Peter Doherty
Jupiter's Legacy 2 #5
Beautiful. That is the one word that came to mind when I closed Jupiter’s Legacy 2... Read More...
Column by: Max Mallet
Friends, Amazons, geeks of all stripes! There’s reason to rejoice.
Wonder Woman is a force to be reckoned with. Not just to Ares, or the patriarchy, but to the fiercest of all vill... Read More...
Ladies and gentleman, boys and girls; welcome to True Brit, a look at comics based in Great Britain and / or written by British creators – or on this case, British conventions.
I was a bit unsure ... Read More...
Character Profile: Riri Williams, A.K.A. Ironheart
Created by: Brian Michael Bendis and Stefano Caselli
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Comic Book Debut: May, 2016 ((Invincible Iron Man (2015-2016) #9))
Column b... Read More...
Wonder Woman: Wonder Words
Some correspondence answered by Bob Reyer
(That letter above is from 1974's Wonder Woman #212, commenting on the return of the Amazons and Diana's super-powers.)
With so... Read More...
l to r: Dr. William Moulton Marston, Harry G. Peter, Sheldon Mayer, Max Gaines
Wonder Woman: Her Creator and Creation
The "birth story" of the Amazon Princess by Bob Reyer
(To honor the 75th Anniversary o... Read More...
WONDER WOMAN: MILESTONES!
A compendium by Bob Reyer
Suffering Sappho! Here's a not-so-quick rundown of some of the major moments in Wonder Woman's more than 75-year history! (For the most part, issue date... Read More...
We still need Wonder Woman. The 75th anniversary of her first appearance coincides with intense, public, necessary conversations about gender and power. She may be a decades-old fictional character, but she can... Read More...