Late Nights in the Silver Age

“Duel of the Super-Heroes!” (Green Lantern #13, June 1962)

I’ve always enjoyed the adventures that the Flash and Green Lantern had together in the 60s. John Broome wrote the tales of the two popular DC heroes during the Silver Age and they were classic science fiction stories. Green Lantern #13 would be the first time that Broome and DC would have the two heroes… Continue reading “Duel of the Super-Heroes!” (Green Lantern #13, June 1962)

Late Nights in the Silver Age

Part Two of Amazing Fantasy #15 (August 1962)

Part two of Amazing Fantasy #15 begins with Peter Parker, dressed as Spider-Man, dazzling an audience in a tv station. Spider-Man becomes a nationwide sensation as people cannot believe that a man is able to climb walls and sling webs. As Spider-Man becomes popular, Lee makes Parker more arrogant around other people. The bullying has… Continue reading Part Two of Amazing Fantasy #15 (August 1962)

Comics · Superhero

Lazy Day Review: The Punisher #1 (2016)

The Punisher is back with a new creative team featuring Becky Cloonan (writer) and Steve Dillon (artist). The Punisher’s popularity has soared since his debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Netflix’s Daredevil. This first issue released this month and is riding on the heels of The Punisher’s success from Daredevil. Cloonan and Dillon craft… Continue reading Lazy Day Review: The Punisher #1 (2016)

Late Nights in the Silver Age

Tales of Suspense #76 (April 1966)

The second part that involves Batroc is titled, “The Gladiator, The Girl, and The Glory!” It picks up directly from the last story that was in Tales of Suspense #75. Batroc and Cap continue on the trail of the mysterious female Shield agent who has a cylinder containing Inferno 42, which is a deadly chemical… Continue reading Tales of Suspense #76 (April 1966)

Late Nights in the Silver Age

Late Nights in the Silver Age: Tales of Suspense #75 (March 1966)

Late at night, I like to read comics. It’s my way of drowning out the day and escaping into a different universe. Although I’m a young man, I’ve learned to appreciate and to love comics out of the Silver Age era. So, I’ve decided to blog about different stories from the era and since this… Continue reading Late Nights in the Silver Age: Tales of Suspense #75 (March 1966)