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The Never-Ending Battle Superman Didn’t Fight: A Review of ‘Superman: The War Years’

Superman is so powerful, he could’ve ended World War II single handedly in ten minutes. Why didn’t he? What was he doing? Those are the questions asked and answered by former comic book writer and editor Roy Thomas in Superman: The War Years 1938-1945, a large hardback book that is one part retrospective and one […]

Wonder Woman Journal

Insight Editions’ Wonder Woman Journal

I finally got a chance to use my Wonder Woman journal. Okay, I lied. I haven’t used it; it’s just too pretty to use. I don’t want to vandalize it with my terrible handwriting and insignificant rambles. The cover is made out of a sturdy material that is scuff and scratch resistant.  With Wonder Woman’s infamous […]

lois lane fallout

Fans will fall in love with ‘Lois Lane: Fallout’

Lois Lane, the fearless Daily Planet reporter, is equally as iconic as DC Comics’ seminal hero Superman, but she usually serves as a supporting character. Author Gwenda Bond, however, reverses those roles while asking, “Who was Lois Lane as a teenager?” The result is Lois Lane: Fallout, a new YA novel (that appears to be […]


Waris: The Poison Ivy Story Fan Fiction

Fan fiction is great for many reasons. It can give any writer a preexisting world in which to tell stories. Or it can allow a story to exist for that random character, whom you see pass by on screen for eight seconds in a film. Here we have a writer telling a story about Poison […]


DC Comics: Super-Villains: The Complete Visual History Review

Heroes and villains: two sides of the same coin. Although, one side of that coin is clearly much more important: without villains there could be no heroes, but without heroes, villains would still exist. Look at any battle between good and evil; it’s always the bad guy leading the show. The villain chooses who, what, […]