We Saw The Inhumans: The IMAX Experience and Oh, Brother

By Stefano De La Cuesta “The Inhumans” have been a pillar of Marvel’s funny books for decades since they were conceived by Jack Kirby and Stan Lee in the pages of Fantastic Four #45 (December 1965). However, their trip to other mediums of entertainment has Read More …

The Rundown: A Host of Creators Summon The Demon

In The Rundown, Deadshirt dives into our cardboard long boxes to shine a light on important, unusual or otherwise remarkable comic runs (mainstream or otherwise) from a specific creative team or teams. The Series The Demon (Vol. 3) #1-58, The Demon Annual #1-2 Written by Alan Read More …

Kirby Fights for Earth! An Ode to The King on His Birthday

Jack Kirby would have been ninety-seven today. I’m positive you won’t be able to swing an uplifted mutant man-cat in any comic-friendly corner of the internet without hitting a dozen articles detailing the history of Cap or the Fantastic Four or any of a newsboy legion’s Read More …

X-Men and the Other: The History of Marvel’s Mutants as Minority [Part 1 of 2]

The X-Men are one of the most unusual success stories in comics history. Initially the black sheep of the original 60’s Marvel offerings (there was a five year period where Uncanny X-Men solely published reprints of older stories), they wouldn’t find success until writer Christopher Read More …