superheroes


Graphic Reviews: Coming Soon! (October)

Coming Soon! (October) Since we’re rolling into pumpkin spice and Halloween season with the start of October, I wanted to take this week to start one of my new planned segments for Graphic Reviews. With the changes to the structure of Graphic Reviews, the first article of each month will […]


SitSoC Episode 134: Finally Infinity War

We finally got around to our Infinity War Review, so watch out for Spoilers (I didn’t move this one up sooner because you have no excuse for not seeing Infinity War yet).


Graphic Reviews: DCC ’18 Showcase (Round One)

DCC ’18 Showcase (Round One) As promised (though, my apologies, quite awhile later than I said), this week I’ll be talking about five of the creators who are currently signed up as guests to appear at Denver Comic Con this year. My goal is to help familiarize readers with authors […]


Con Talk: Denver Comic Con 2017 Day 1 – There is Only One Batman

Denver Comic Con 2017 Day 1 There is Only One Batman Now I know I already had one re-cap of Day 1 but I had to save an entire article for this one because this was absolutely a dream come true. While I very much enjoyed some of the celebrity […]


Graphic Reviews: Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman While I’m counting down the hours until I get to see DC’s newest superhero movie, I have to admit that I had rarely¬†felt much of a connection to Wonder Woman, either when I was growing up or now as thirty year old woman. Wonder Woman has always been […]


Graphic Reviews: Love and Capes 2

Love and Capes The massive, blockbuster success of Guardians of the Galaxy and all of the other Marvel films in the last ten years is living proof of our love of superheroes. While the modern superhero has only been with us for a little under a century, humanity has always […]


Graphic Reviews: DCC Showcase – Marguerite Sauvage & DC Bombshells 1

DCC Showcase – Marguerite Sauvage & DC Bombshells I have been waiting since before I started writing Graphic Reviews to be able to attend the Denver Comic Con (living at the opposite end of the state¬†made that a bit more difficult than it is now) and I’m very excited to […]


Graphic Reviews: The Runaways

The Runaways Parents play a huge role in shaping who we are. Their choices about how to guide us (or be completely absent) in our formative years can sometimes shape us into happy adults in the best of cases or neurotic creatures in desperate need of therapy in the worst […]


Graphic Reviews: Incognito

Incognito   Antihero In Disguise As a reader who didn’t grow up with the strict morality of the superhero stories from childhood, it’s interesting to see how the portrayal of superheroes has varied over time period and genre. When I think of the 1940’s superheroes, I tend to think of […]