I first met Batman battling villains from the Hall of Justice with the other Super Friends, part of the Saturday morning cartoon lineup of the 1970s, and soon afterward I caught the campy reruns of the 1960s live-action TV show. This led me to scour my brother Aaron’s Bronze Age collection of DC Comics, the […]
Cartoonist Johnny Sampson finally got his dream job at MAD magazine. Now he’s one of the only artists keeping the legendary publication going.
Wil Wheaton weeds through TV and the Internet on his promising new SyFy show, The Wil Wheaton Project.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Friday, April 25
Notable films that never made it to screen
A Daniel Clowes showcase at the MCA demonstrates the uneasy relationship between art and comics.
What’s on the Agenda for Sunday, August 12, 2012
Chicago Comic con convenes in Rosemont