The Agony Booth’s Bizarre Silver Age Comics series has been going on for ten years now (with some admittedly long gaps in there), and you may have noticed one thing every installment so far has in common: They’re all about…
Marvel has gone from being the House of Ideas to the House of Ideologues, and frankly it’s tiresome.
Cashing in on the blaxploitation fad by tossing a street-smart, jive-talking superhero up against the usual mix of comic book villains, which at the time were mostly campy, color-blind disco rejects.
Sometimes it seems like Jor-El sent his son to Earth because he foresaw what a rancid sack of dicks he was going to turn into.
Four American superhero films were released in 2007: an extension of past failure (Fantastic Four 2), a brand new attempt at awful (Ghost Rider), the tragic last gasps of a series that at one point was the shining point of the entire genre (Spider-Man 3), and Underdog.
Werewolf rodeos never really caught on as a national pastime.
One of the first comic book movies to take the subject matter seriously.
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