The mighty Justice League made their first appearance in The Brave and The Bold #28. Under the pen of creator Gardner Fox, seven heroes of the DC Comics’ universe united to tackle evil. The original lineup had Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Aquaman, and Martian Manhunter. The heroes had to work together… Continue reading The Brave And The Bold #28 (March 1960) (Part One)
Hawkeye. Hawkguy. Matt Fraction and David Aja’s spin on the Avenging Archer will be a memorable take on the character for years to come. The creative team showed readers what Clint Barton’s life is like when he’s not avenging the world. It makes the comic have an indie vibe to it instead of a superhero… Continue reading Hawkeye #1 (2011)
Daredevil: Yellow is a mini series that focuses on Matt Murdock/Daredevil in his early crime fighting years. The story is written by Jeph Loeb and the art is by Tim Sale. Daredevil was created by Stan Lee and Bill Everett. When they first created the character, they made Daredevil’s costume a bright yellow color. Loeb and… Continue reading Daredevil: Yellow #1
Scooby Apocalypse takes the world of Scooby Doo and flips it upside down. The comic that began last year completely reimagines Scooby and the gang. The gang is updated for a modern audience and their origins are different from the cartoons. The comic is written by the duo of Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis. The… Continue reading Scooby Apocalypse #1 (2016)
Clint Barton (Hawkeye) has been my favorite character from Marvel for a few years now. I’ve always liked characters who didn’t have super powers. I liked Hawkeye, but he didn’t become my favorite until Matt Fraction’s comic run on him. Fraction showed Barton’s life when he isn’t Hawkeye or when’s he’s not an Avenger. Fraction’s… Continue reading Clint Barton
Photo courtesy of DC Comics. The Atom has been around since the golden age of DC Comics. Ray Palmer is the most noticeable Atom and he is able to shrink to microscopic sizes thanks to his custom suit. Palmer first appeared in Showcase #34 during the Silver Age where he would use a dwarf star… Continue reading What Would You Do If You Were The Atom?
In this classic Green Lantern story, Carol Ferris becomes the villainous Star Sapphire for the first time. The story was written by John Broome and the art was by Gil Kane. Hal Jordan, who’s Green Lantern, has to do battle with Carol Ferris who’s his romantic interest. Not only is it hard for Jordan, but… Continue reading Green Lantern #16: The Secret Life of Star Sapphire! (October 1962)