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A Bizarro & Jimmy Olsen Road Trip

A Bizarro & Jimmy Olsen Road Trip

June 10th, 2015 | by Kyle King

Bizarro and Jimmy Olsen take a road trim in Bizarro #1 by DC Comics. I'm not ashamed to admit it. I love the Silver Age. Following Fredric Wertham's assault on crime, horror, and superhero comics and the resulting Congressional hearings on juvenile delinquency, in the 1950s,...

DC Comics: “DC You” Changes

DC Comics: “DC You” Changes

June 8th, 2015 | by Ryan Mayer

DC You is here and changes are in the air. We have all it covered for you here on ComiConverse. Over the past few months, DC Comics fans have been seeing and reading about changes that are occurring to the DC Universe including Superman. Recently...

Review: C.O.W.L #1: Principles of Power

Review: C.O.W.L #1: Principles of Power

June 7th, 2015 | by Nicholas Bennett

C.O.W.L's first issue makes for interesting reading. Published by Image Comics, the Chicago Organized Workers League, hereafter referred to as C.O.W.L, is a post-World War II Cold War era political thriller set in 1962 Chicago that tells the story of a group of super-powered agents...

Batman’s Biggest Bard

Batman’s Biggest Bard

June 2nd, 2015 | by Jonathan Thompson

Who were the greatest Batman bards of all-time?  Which storytellers had the biggest influence over the Batman mythos and how are we to to choose from such an embarrassment of riches? Batman's Biggest Bard Every Batman fan knows the story of Bruce Wayne and his...

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