The weirdest political messages in the history of comics

Every now and again, comic book writers try to infuse superheroes' foibles with societal relevance or their own personal political beliefs. But in fictional worlds where Galactus the World Devourer tries to eat the biosphere every two weeks, these attempts can get downright baffling. » 10/24/12 12:30pm 10/24/12 12:30pm

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Great Comics Artists Who Redefined Batman

Batman's appearance is intended to provoke superstitious cowardice among the criminal element of Gotham City — but it's also become a part of our culture. The bat-ears, cowl and dark silhouette are instantly recognizable. And when you think "superhero," Bruce Wayne's cape and cowl are among the most likely images to… » 12/14/11 1:01pm 12/14/11 1:01pm

Neal Adams' Vision For The Forever War That Never Was

Now that we're all excited about Ridley Scott's Forever War » 10/16/08 3:40pm 10/16/08 3:40pm movie, it's worth looking back at the version by Stuart Gordon () that we almost had in the early 80s. Gordon, who later worked with Forever War author Joe Haldeman on , came close to making a PBS miniseries of the epic war novel, but ended up turning it…