There are so many superhero movies being made recently, and although I find most of them entertaining, I just don’t get the same feeling of happiness watching them that I used to with older versions like the original Superman movies (1978-1983), Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of […]
For a while now I’ve been thinking about comic artists and writers of the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s. They were people directly affected by the wars and violence of their time. Some went on to create truly amazing and grisly horror and crime comics, in part reflecting on […]
Our friends at Neon Harbor take a look at, “The Secret of Turkish Superman / Supermen Dönüyor.”
“Mistakes happen. Sometimes those mistakes end up in print with a distribution in the hundreds of thousands. Here are some classic screw-ups, printing errors, and unfortunate coincidences that have graced the pages of comic books and newspaper strips over the years.” See them here.
Friend of the Gutter Jessica Ritchey writes about 2016’s summer blockbusters: “And it matters more than it might seem that Hollywood has lost its nerve and touch in making blockbusters. Pop culture is how a society of diverse people talk to each to other—finding common idioms no matter […]
Guest Star Jessica Ritchey returns this month with another entry into her series, Cahiers du Cannon. Last Month, Jessica wrote about Castaway. This month she looks at Christopher Reeve in Street Smart (1987). Until Batman V Superman disgraced itself in theaters the most reviled Superman property was easily […]