Amanda Waller is not angry. She is not cold. She is not a hero, or a villain, or even a bureaucrat. Amanda Waller is tired. Tired of a system where regular people must suffer daily as a matter of course.
Last year, the world of Milestone Media made its long-awaited return to comic shelves. Static, Icon, Rocket and Hardware live again in a shared universe of their own, living the kinds of stories they were created to tell.
Since 1938, Superman has been described as “Champion of the Oppressed.” As we celebrate Black History Month this February, it’s only fair to ask: do the Black readers and fans who look to Superman for a hero not deserve a Superman of their o
Every culture in the history of the planet has its own mythology. The stories we tell to explain the world, to inspire and to entertain through the long nights. Ancient Greeks had a pantheon of gods, from Zeus to Hades.
Everyone knows the story of that night in Crime Alley: Zorro, shortcut, mugger, pearls, tragedy, vow. The scene which set a young Bruce Wayne inexorably towards his identity as Batman is an indelible part of our culture.