Tag Archives: Mark Waid

DC Comics through the Ages (Part 2)

Last time, in Part One, we took a look at the Golden Age versions of Batman and Superman, and the Silver Age versions of Green Lantern and Flash. This time, we’re taking a look at other major DC characters who … Continue reading

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Retro Review: KINGDOM COME

“Angels. No, not angels. Gods themselves. Superman had returned… in doing so, drawing from seclusion the titans of yesteryear… their emerald flashes and scarlet strobes lighting the darkness of the day.” “Kingdom Come” (1996) is one of those graphic novels that transcends … Continue reading

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DAREDEVIL!

Matt Murdock, the blind lawyer from Hell’s Kitchen, goes by another name at night… DAREDEVIL was created by Stan Lee and artist Bill Everett in Marvel’s Daredevil #1 (1964). The blind vigilante, first gained his extraordinary senses in the same … Continue reading

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