Wayne Hall thinks DC Comics should be renamed as “BC,” which should stand for “Batman Comics.”
I love my longjohns superhero stories for sure, but I still want more variety in my comics reading!
Every so often, a superhero just has to try on new duds! Don’t worry, though—it’s only temporary!
I’m getting a lot of emails with the theme, “Escape from 2020” as if this year were a bad Indie comic. Given the horror that has been the pandemic, I can understand that sentiment.
This past weekend, I noticed something that encouraged me when it comes to comic conventions returning in 2021.
Marvel is pulling out all the stops for the return of Jack Kirby’s Eternals!
It’s now officially the holiday season, so what does that mean for us in 2020?
Every year, about this time, I talk about what’s happening in the comics industry that I’m thankful for. After all, Thanksgiving is happening this week here in the U.S. So let me talk briefly about a few things I’m happy about!
As a comics fan, I’m almost used to books I want arriving late (or not at all). The latest mini-series facing major delays is a popular one!
As a lifelong Batman fan, I’ve been patient. However, DC recently crossed the line with a Lobo-Batman! That was just too much, DC!
The current pandemic has certainly changed things as far as the comics industry goes. One of the aspects that has actually benefitted most from all the chaos has been crowdfunding, which has grown tremendously!
When you’ve read comics as long as I have, you notice trends and events that keep repeating themselves. The most recent is DC Comics yet again going “back to the future!”
I always appreciate the comics news here on MajorSpoilers.com, and I read the recent news release about Valiant Comics reprinting several of their classic stores. I like that, so let me tell you why!