Heroes Never Rust #68: Lex Luthor: The Thin Line Between Good and Evil
Heroes Never Rust #68 by Sean Ironman Lex Luthor: The Thin Line Between Good and Evil In a comic, you know how you can tell who the arch-villain’s going to be? He’s the exact opposite of the hero. – Elijah Price, Unbreakable Superman: For All Seasons #3 is from the point of view of Superman’s… Continue reading
Heroes Never Rust #67: The Power and Humility of Superman
Heroes Never Rust #67 by Sean Ironman The Power and Humility of Superman Issue two of Superman: For All Seasons covers the summer from Lois Lane’s point of view. It opens with Superman flying through Metropolis over Lois’s narration about Perry White, Editor-in-Chief of The Daily Planet, telling her not to believe what she sees… Continue reading
Heroes Never Rust #66: Superman, A Man’s Son
Heroes Never Rust #66 by Sean Ironman Man of Steel: Superman, A Man’s Son One of the complaints that I hear about the superhero films made in the last few years is that they are origin stories. How many times must we get Spider-Man’s origin? Superman’s origin? I must admit that I have made the… Continue reading
Heroes Never Rust #29: Filling in the Gaps
Heroes Never Rust #29 by Sean Ironman Filling in the Gaps One of the more frustrating aspects of comics in the 1960s is how fast-paced they seem. Each issue has a villain rise, fight the hero, and then get defeated. At times, at least by today’s standards, there’s no room for the story to breathe.… Continue reading
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- Episode 579: A Roundtable Discussion of Jodi Picault’s The Storyteller, with Samantha Nickerson and Chelsea Alice
- The Curator of Schlock #420: The Stepfather
- Video: Joy Baglio’s Residency Farewell Reading at The Kerouac Project of Orlando.
- Episode 578: Bob Kealing!
- The Curator of Schlock #419: Run All Night