| Jun 11, 2011
My comic book tastes ran to Classics Illustrated. Seriously, what's scarier than the graphic images of "Crime and Punishment" and Raskolnikov -- the existential "superman," not the caped one -- whacking the pawnbroker with an ax? Can I, then, hold my...
| May 8, 2009
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| Jun 19, 2009
| 3:10 PM
Baltimore began a major makeover more than twenty-five years ago and it started with the revitalization of the Inner Harbor, where you can start your exploration, completely on foot.
- National Aquarium in Baltimore. The Inner Harbor's anchor boasts...
| Dec 6, 2009
In my favorite panel of R. Sikoryak's "Masterpiece Comics" (Drawn & Quarterly: 66 pp., $19.95), Superman -- recast as Meursault, the protagonist of Albert Camus' 1942 novel "The Stranger" -- attacks a priest in his jail cell while crying out: "Don't waste...
| Dec 22, 2009
| 1:31 PM
Many of the most popular characters in the DC Comics universe unite in this animated series, which was part of ABC's Saturday morning lineup in the mid-1970s. Superman, Batman and Robin, Wonder Woman, and Aquaman all belong to the superhero brigade...
| Jan 18, 2010
| 7:37 PM
Look out, Batman and the Hulk, there's some new competition in town: Moses and Elijah.
A Central Florida pastor has teamed up with former Marvel and DC Comics artists and writers to take on a new spin to spreading the Christian message: comic books...
| Feb 24, 2011
Dwayne McDuffie, a highly respected comic book and animation writer who was a co-founder of Milestone Media, a landmark company that created a multicultural comics line that introduced black superheroes such as Hardware and Static, has died. He was 49....
| Sep 24, 2010
| 6:46 PM
The Green Lantern is coming, but the news crews are leaving.
Warner Bros. Studios will bring workers with subsidiary DC Entertainment from New York to Burbank over the next 16 months. DC Entertainment is the movie and game arm of DC Comics, publisher...