Icon & Rocket: Season One Examines Power and Responsibility

If superheroes existed in the real world, and they were Black, what would happen?

The Last Arkham: Alan Grant and Norm Breyfogle Look Madness in the Eye
From Comics to Movies to Myth: How DC Media Changes the Comics
Bringing Back Static: How the Latest Vision Captures What Came Before

In 1993, Milestone Media published four superhero titles with the intention of providing meaningful diversity for a readership that wasn’t properly represented in mainstream comics.

Strange Adventures Shows the Surprising Cost of Heroism

Strange Adventures by writer Tom King and artists Evan “Doc” Shaner and Mitch Gerads follows

Geoffrey Thorne Came to Play in Reviving Milestone's Blood Syndicate

Of the four flagship Milestone books, Blood Syndicate stood apart from the rest as the darkest.

The Terrible Twos: Stories of Batman's Second Year

Ever since Michael Keaton went toe-to-toe with Jack Nicholson in 1989, it’s been a tradition to discuss the comic book storylines that directors have drawn upon to realize their version of the Dark Knight.

What is the Blood Syndicate?

Of the many Milestone superheroes, only a handful have had much life outside of the comics.

Standing Up: Five of DC's Boldest Black Female Heroes and Storylines

In the Modern Age of Comic Book Fandom, social media platforms and online connectivity have brought together—and brought to light—readers who may not fit the traditional image of a fan as it existed throughout most of the 20th cen

My 2021 Top Three: Donovan Morgan Grant

We can all agree that 2021 had plenty of great stuff for DC fans.

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