Sometimes, a Ten Things topic is easy. That’s not the case, this time around. Welcome to Ten Things: Ten Supers Whose Alias Is Another Super’s Real Name!
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After nearly a century of supers, some of our favorite supers have naturally fallen out of copyright… Welcome to Ten Things: Ten Public Domain Character Relaunches!
The 1970s were full of dystopian future tales like ‘Logan’s Run’ and ‘Soylent Green,’ and even comics weren’t immune. Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Doomsday+1 #1 awaits!
You may know him as a chrome-covered soldier and member of the Justice League, but his first appearance was another story entirely… Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Space Adventures #33 awaits!
When is the first issue also the twelfth issue? And more importantly, why WOULD it be? Today’s the day that we find out! Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Atomic Bunny #12 awaits!
In the words of superhero historian Jeff Rovin, “Bias because of phylum has no place in the enlightened universe of the superhero.” Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Underdog #1 awaits!
Everybody knows Blue Beetle and Captain Atom… but what about The Judomaster? Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Special War Series #4 awaits!
Why number three? Because I don’t own a copy of number one! Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Ronald McDonald #3 awaits!
Some people refer to the 70s as a time of malaise when comics weren’t any good. Those people have never met Alec Tronn… Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of E-Man #1 awaits!
A publisher known for resurrecting characters that deserve new stories, Pro Se Productions announces that it has licensed three comic characters, two from the 1940s and one from the 1950s, from Ronald Frantz. Author of FANDOM: CONFIDENTIAL
These days, Blue Beetle, Captain Atom and friends are associated with DC Comics. But that hasn’t always been the case. Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Americomics Special #1 awaits!
Jaime Reyes, the current holder of the mantle of the superheroic Blue Beetle, has once…
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