Or – “Not Entirely What I Had Expected…” One of the earliest female heroes of the Golden Age of Comics, Phantom Lady is usually notable for being (in Rodrigo’s words) “nakeder” than many other super-heroes. Now, she’s back on her feet in the post-Flashpoint New 52, and her origin story is about to be told. Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Press Release There are many titles coming out this summer to be excited for. From DC COMICS-THE NEW 52 to BEFORE WATCHMEN to HE-MAN AND THE MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE, DC Entertainment is publishing a wide variety of the most anticipated releases in the comic book medium. Today, we are pleased to add another new title to that roster: PHANTOM LADY.
Or – “Quoth The Elder: Hubba Hubba Zoot Zoot!” When close attention is paid to the comic books of the Golden Age, it’s clear that the publishers were working to entertain all ages and various audiences, especially at the beginning. Certain titles were created for kids, sure, but there were comic books aimed directly at women, at teens of both genders, and (as Tom Baker reportedly said about Leela’s leather bikini) even a little something for the dads. As with many aspects of our modern culture, though, the 1950’s were approaching, and they would pretty much ruin everything… (Stupid Richie