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First, a little more investigation.

This story marks a historic moment in the Man of Steel’s publishing history: the first Superman comic book story not credited as being written by co-creator Jerry Siegel. 24 more words

Jerry Siegel

At the Movies Episode 55: Wonder Woman

After 76 years, the Showcasers are ready to talk about Wonder Woman. It’s getting rave reviews, but how does Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot’s entry into the DC Extended Universe stack up? 60 more words


The Many Lives of Catwoman Moments, Week Four: Disguises, Escapes, and Heartbreaks

My new book The Many Lives of Catwoman: The Felonious History of a Feline Fatale is officially out on July 1 (though it looks like Amazon and other retailers may be shipping them out already, so you can go nab one now!), and in advance of the book’s release… 326 more words


Underrated: Creators Of Yesteryear I

This is a column that focuses on something or some things from the comic book sphere of influence that may not get the credit and recognition it deserves. 798 more words


Movie Review: 'Batman and Bill'

Stories about unsung heroes are always guaranteed to bring out a flood of emotions from people and this is exactly what author Mark Nobleman is aiming for in the documentary Batman and Bill. 445 more words

Movie Reviews

'Batman and Bill'

Bob Kane created Batman.  We know this because we’ve seen his name in the ‘Created By’ credit for more than 70 years now.

Bill Finger is the person who, among other things, came up with the idea of the Bat logo on the chest.   242 more words