L. thought 'Tec was going to be good, but then ...
Some of the best characters are villains, and one of my favorite villains is Alice. That is, Kate Kane's thought-to-be-dead twin sister Elizabeth, who was actually kidnapped in childhood and tortured by terrorists, eventually becoming the Religion of Crime's High Madame. Her alternate personality is a beautifully twisted version of Alice Pleasance Liddell of Wonderland... Continue Reading →
While V. and I celebrated the news that J.H. Williams III will write and illustrate a regular Batwoman comic, it occurred to me that reading comics is a bit like dating. The sheer variety is exciting, but once you really connect with a title (or five), it's like magic. You're positively giddy on the Wednesdays... Continue Reading →
To paraphrase our friend Shag of Once Upon a Geek, sometimes our hobby hurts us and it doesn't love us back. That's a pretty good summary of how I felt last week when V. dropped the news that Greg Rucka, one of our favorite comic book writers, was parting ways with DC. I'm running out... Continue Reading →
As far as my comic-shop file is concerned, 2009 was a good year overall — and it really didn't have that much to do with lantern rings and cape-baiting zombies. DC's "Blackest Night" and many of the tie-ins have been perfectly enjoyable, but the books that stuck with me this year were more about individual... Continue Reading →