A little known, or at least often overlooked fact, is that back in the mid-1960s, Philip K. Dick wrote a children’s novel that was only published posthumously in the 1980s. I read it recently, and decided to share my thoughts on it.
Stargazing is story by Jen Wang about two girls meeting and becoming friends. One of the girls, Moon Lin, seems to be based (loosely) on the writer / artist’s own …
Where does the time go? Spend some of it reading reviews, why don’t you?
So in response to a recent Twitter call for “most controversial Batman opinion,” Tom King responded that the O’Neil/Adams team, Englehart/Rogers and Frank Miller should get co-creator credit alongside Bob …
I finally got around to watching Shazam! this week. Despite having been a fan of Captain Marvel since his revival in 1973, and despite liking Zachary Levi in most of the things I’ve seen him in, I wasn’t really eager to see the film version. This is mostly because DC has had no clue how to handle the character for decades. My worst fears about the film were realized.
It seems like a question that comics fans often ask each other, but it’s one that, if you give it some thought, simply can’t be answered.
Because you demanded it! (Well, a dozen of you or so did, anyway.)