WildStorm: A Crash Course

We conclude our month-long salute to DC in the 1990s with an introduction to the most ’90s thing which ever existed. Something that was so of the era that even though it didn’t even start at DC Comics, DC couldn’t help itself but have it.

Mash-Ups, Frenzies and Wild Times: The Reign of the Fifth Week Event

Have you ever thought about what it takes to run a comic book publisher? It can be challenging work.

The Death of Superman is '90s Excess at its Most Important

As comic book fans we've all come to understand that death in the funny pages isn't always the end.

I Was Super There For Superman Blue

Look up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s…not Tim Beedle. That’s right, your pal Joshua Lapin-Bertone is taking over this edition of Super Here For…, but don’t worry Tim will be back next month.

Superboy: Losin' It is Fun '90s Nostalgia with a Dash of Attitude

Let’s face it, the times we’re living in can be a bit crazy.

The '90s Nine: DC's Most Enduring Characters From its Wildest Decade

This month’s “DC Loves the ’90s” celebration has mainly been an exercise in nostalgia, looking back at a thirty-year-old aesthetic by a culture and fandom which has moved on to new frontiers.

Nothing the Same But the Name: The DC Universe Takes a Tangent

In the 1950s, the Silver Age of Comics was a phenomenon born from necessity and ultimately the initiative of a single editor. Superhero comics were dying.

Hitman: A Rage in Arkham is Violent, Tasteless and Unbelievably Fun

Making your way in the world today takes everything you got. Taking a break from all your troubles sure would help a lot. Wouldn’t you like to get away?

Jacketed Justice: Nine Heroes Who Suddenly Bundled Up in the ’90s

The ’90s, a time for dial-up internet, holographic comic covers, the Macarena, and jackets on superheroes.

Out From the Shadows: Meet the WildC.A

The WildC.A.T.s are finally back! No, I’m not talking about Ted Grant or Yolanda Montez—they’re the Wildcats.

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