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Happy Birthday, Batman! From ALL Your Friends & Family… at Warner Bros. [VIDEO]

It’s Batman’s 80th birthday, and DC Comics isn’t going to let anyone on the planet forget it. They’ve released a 3-minute video of just about everyone wishing a fictional man who dresses up as a bat “happy birthday”. Well, just about “everyone” in the Warner Brothers stable anyway… If you watch the video – and […]

The Toys That Made Us Season 2, Episode 2: Transformers!

The Toys That Made Us season 2 is now streaming on Netflix, looking at four more toy lines that touched collectors souls and have stood the test of time. In episode 1, they took a look at Star Trek toys. In episode 4, Hello Kitty. And in episode 2, we got what is arguably the most […]

75 Years Of The Emerald Archer

It’s been 75 years since Mort Weisinger and George Papp saw the publication of their More Fun Comics #73 (Nov 1941). It was the first time readers got to see billionaire businessman Oliver Queen done the Robin Hood inspired costume of the Green Arrow. Weisinger drew inspiration from more than just Robin Hood, there are elements that […]

Preview Of The Shadow 1941: Hitler’s Astrologer

Dynamite has put the graphic novel The Shadow 1941: Hitler’s Astrologer up on their DRM-Free digital website. The collected series was written by Denny O’Neil with art by Michael Kaluta. Re-Mastered and available for the first time in over two decades! On Easter Sunday of April 1941, a young woman pushes through the Manhattan crowds, […]





The Shadow Masters Series – Dynamite Expands Shadow Publishing Program

The Shadow 1941: Hitler’s Astrologer sold out immediately when it shipped showing the demand for the classic Denny O’Neil and Mike Kaluta story. So Dynamite Entertainment has not only taken the book back to press for a second printing, but they’re going to see if lightning will strike twice. A second volume has been announced […]

How To Write Comics And Graphic Novels by Dennis O’Neil – The Late Show

Dennis O’Neil has a long history in the comics industry as both a writer and editor. He’s best known for writing Green Lantern/Green Arrow and Batman, through the seventies,  Spider-Man in the eighties and for editing  Batman-related titles in the nineties. A widely published novelist and screenwriter, he is currently lecturing at the NYU on […]

The Mark Waid Signing In Vermont That Never Was… Or Was It?

Mark Allen Haverty writes, As mentioned in my article two days ago about Curt Swan, I owned a comic shop in Vermont, which was open from July 1993 through Halloween 1995. It was an interesting up-and-down ride. The first year was all about establishing ourselves and just making it by, the second year we were […]

How To Write Comics And Graphic Novels by Dennis O’Neil #17 – Making Pictures

Dennis O’Neil has a long history in the comics industry as both a writer and editor. He’s best known for writing Green Lantern/Green Arrow and Batman, through the seventies, Spider-Man in the eighties and for editing Batman-related titles in the nineties. A widely published novelist and screenwriter, he is currently lecturing at the NYU on […]

How To Write Comics And Graphic Novels by Dennis O’Neil #12 – Creating A Narrative

Dennis O’Neil has a long history in the comics industry as both a writer and editor. He’s best known for writing Green Lantern/Green Arrow and Batman, through the seventies, Spider-Man in the eighties and for editing Batman-related titles in the nineties. A widely published novelist and screenwriter, he is currently lecturing at the NYU on […]

Monday Runaround – Fifteen Years Of Black Action Figures

CoverWatch: The Heroic Age: Villains #1  will have new cover art, shown here. CollectWatch: Fifteen years of black superhero action figures… “I was excited because seeing a black (action figure) just was laughably rare. I remember buying it, putting it away and thinking I would give it to my son as a birthday gift or […]

How To Write Comics And Graphic Novels by Dennis O’Neil #8 – Bester Both Worlds

Denny O’Neil has a long history in the comics industry as both a writer and editor. He’s best known for writing Green Lantern/Green Arrow and Batman, through the seventies, Spider-Man in the eighties and for editing Batman-related titles in the nineties. A widely published novelist and screenwriter, he is currently lecturing at the NYU on […]

How To Write Comics And Graphic Novels by Dennis O’Neil #6 – Whoever Knows Fear…

Denny O’Neil has a long history in the comics industry as both a writer and editor. He’s best known for writing Green Lantern/Green Arrow and Batman, through the seventies, Spider-Man in the eighties and for editing Batman-related titles in the nineties. A widely published novelist and screenwriter, he is currently lecturing at the NYU on […]

How To Write Comics And Graphic Novels by Dennis O’Neil #3 – Homogenized For Safety

Denny O’Neil has a long history in the comics industry as both a writer and editor. He’s best known for writing Green Lantern/Green Arrow and Batman, through the seventies, Spider-Man in the eighties and for editing Batman-related titles in the nineties. A widely published novelist and screenwriter, he is currently lecturing at the NYU on […]

How To Write Comics And Graphic Novels by Dennis O’Neil #1 – First Class Discipline

Dennis O’Neil has a long history in the comics industry as both a writer and editor. He’s best known for writing Green Lantern/Green Arrow and Batman, through the seventies,  Spider-Man in the eighties and for editing  Batman-related titles in the nineties. A widely published novelist and screenwriter, he is currently lecturing at the NYU on […]