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[Review] INVADERS #1 Opens a Complex Story of Friendship and Trauma

With Invaders #1, Marvel harkens back to its legacy of World War II-era characters including Captain America, Namor, and others. Brought forward into the...

Atlas’s Western Comics: An Old Idea with Some New Twists

So the next time some troubled fan of the Distinguished Competition tells you that Spider-Man is just a nerdy boy-scout type from Queens, you can tell them that they’ve got it all wrong; he’s really the Lone Ranger.

The Dusk of the Monster Age: The Rise & Fall of Space & Robot Comics

As a jaded comics historian looking back on the age of wonder and optimism that was the ’50s, my favourite comics are ones that feature artists and writers’ far-fetched visions of the future — robots and all — and a few of the best ones come from people you’re probably familiar with for other work they did.

‘Captain America: White’ – An Unfortunately Named But Worthwhile Retcon

Captain America, thrilling readers since 1941, has gone through a few editorial adjustments during his 75-year tenure. For instance, fans recently expressed their distaste...

Golden Age Civil War: When Heroes Become Fascists

Mighty Marvelites, gather 'round your screens to read of the first Marvel Comics multi-title crossover. Thrill as I The Timely Comics Watchamacallit fill in...

Golden Age Marvel Universe – Fire V Water: Dawn of Business

I've covered the first Marvel comic and the Golden Age Civil War. I've reviewed a few familiar names with unfamiliar faces. I discussed the...

Golden Age Marvel Comics: A Timely Intro To Heroes & Villains

Have you ever wondered how Captain America and Bucky met? Have you ever thought about the origins of what we now refer to as...

Casting Namor: The Sub-Mariner for the Marvel Cinematic Universe

Namor, The Sub-Mariner was created by Marvel Comics (then known as Timely Comics) in 1939, one of Marvel's earliest creations along with Captain America...