The final part of our countdown is here. Do your favourite covers make the list? Find out in this edition of Kinker Korner.
Now, let’s face it, chances are if you’re making a superhero film based on the works of Marvel you’re going to want to stick Stan “The Man” Lee in there… Read more »
Do you have a favourite spider-man cover? Kinker Korner this week explores the top 31…. (yup)….so check out if yours made it.
Hugh Jackman has never came out and told the world indefinitely when he would finally hang up his claws.
That is, until now.
When faced with the challenge of horror comics, Stan Lee faced it head on, and recruited the talents of his artistic staff to come up with stories that, while not necessarily as creepy and scary as EC books, still managed to pull off a bit of weirdness.
Seduction of the innocent created a nationwide panic in the 1950s about the effects of comics on children’s behaviour. Were Wertham’s allegations justified?
When did readers stop caring about the Fantastic Four? With countless Avengers and X-Men titles, why do the FF struggle to support even a single title?
The elephant in the room that can’t be avoided, however, is a perhaps unavoidable by-product of Stan’s skill at self-promotion, and that is the extent to which he deserves credit for many of the characters, titles and concepts that he is so associated with.
With Asgardians, Olympians and a whole range of deities and cosmic beings found within the Marvel Universe, where does the Christian God fit in?
Spider-Man Swings Into The Library of American Comics & IDW Publishing.
San Diego, CA (October 10, 2014) – Adding to IDW Publishing’s ever-growing partnership with Marvel, the publishers announced today at New York Comic Con they will be teaming up to bring the world’s most popular Super-Hero, The Amazing Spider-Man, to IDW’s Library of American Comics (LOAC) imprint.