“Why Lois, What Are You DOING Under that Desk?”

It’s time for another update from BIFF SOCKO, TWO-FISTED NEWSHOUND. Biff Socko covers Comic Book News like zits on the A-V Club. Faster than Perry White! Stronger than J. Jonah Jameson! Hotter than Cat Grant! He is…BIFF SOCKO!   DATELINE: METROPOLIS- Action #18 is the last issue featuring the...

Web Arted Jan 6th

A gathering of wonderful art spotted by yours truly these last seven days. Great stuff by Watterson, Mignola, Miller, Rude and many more!

SDCC 2011 – Comics, movies and video games oh my! Jul26

SDCC 2011 – Comics, movies and video games oh my!

The Annual 42 Comic-Con International was held in San Diego, California, July 20 – 25. The weekend ended with a bang as Cowboys and Aliens premiered, Hugh Jackman made a special appearance, and Arkham City was released to the masses for a little preview. Twitter was full of information. I’ve...

Crazy Comic Covers: Lois Lane #110 “Indian Death Charge”...

The Cover: Unless Lois Lane happened to get freaky-deaky with a Native American at some point in the comics and had a baby real quick, it’s safe to say that she has stolen someone’s baby. I can only imagine years of pining after Superman without any success have finally snapped her fragile...

Just A Thought | Funeral For A Friend

After doing my usual comic book website reading, I noticed that Doomsday was set to return to the DC Universe, but apparently not running into Superman. While I think a lot of his original impact has been lost, Doomsday happens to be part of one of my favorite storylines in comics. Funeral...

Crazy Comic Cover: Lois Lane #73 "The Dummy and the Damsel&quo...

The Cover: Um, I’m not quite sure what else can I say about this cover. Lois Lane seems to have Superman chained down to a table with Kryptonite chains while a crazy looking puppet Superman is being whipped by Lois Lane with a cat of nine tails. Look at that expression on Lois’ face! She’s...

Undervalued Spotlight #41

In the late 60s and early 70s comic books were tackling some very important social issues. The Amazing Spider-Man and Green Lantern ran some very controversial drug use stories. Famously the Amazing Spider-Man issues #96-#98 did not receive approval from the Comics Code Authority and these issues are now known as “the drug issues”. Titles like Lois Lane and Wonder Woman were exploring women’s equality issues…