Month: September 2016

September 25, 2016 /
September 25, 2016 /

In May 1939, the 27th issue of the Detective Comics was released, introducing Batman. He quickly became known as a new hero who worked alone. Not long later, people realized that…

September 25, 2016 /

Sunday mornings roll around and the first page that children (and teenagers) usually turn to is the Sunday comic page. Not only do these comics provide classic entertainment for the…

September 25, 2016 /
September 25, 2016 /

It’s been talked about in previous blog posts that modern day comics have a tendency towards darker visuals and subject matters; Tlanier’s post is a great analysis. It is undeniable that the movement…

September 24, 2016 /

As a child, I had an obsession with a particular comic called Archie. My father first introduced it to me around the age of 9 or 10 and I instantly became…

September 21, 2016 /

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2tcJLZt6Cnc] The systematic genocide of more than six million Jews during the Holocaust showcased just how cruel and absolutely wicked humans can be, and the personal history and narratives…

September 21, 2016 /

In September of 1930 Chic Young’s, Blondie was first published in newspapers. The storyline followed a beautiful socialite blonde and her rich boyfriend Dagwood. Three years after the comic was…

September 19, 2016 /
September 19, 2016 /