The Man of Steel is 75. His biography is our history.
Seventy-five years ago, every red-blooded American kid read comic books. READ MORE >>
How Disgressions into Murder, Terror and Alec Baldwin Explain "Where the Wild Things Are"
“I have no faith in anything,” says Maurice Sendak in his final interview. “I never have, much.” READ MORE >>
Stan Lee is a legend. But not for the reasons you think.
Stanley Martin Lieber, known to generations of Marvel Comics readers as Stan Lee, last weekend launched yet another creation: a line of comics for young kids. But he hasn’t actually written a comic in decades. Even when he did, his definition of “writing” probably wouldn’t have lined up with yours. Lee’s work, for the most part, involved unleashing a torrent of plot points at one of his artists and acting out fight scenes. READ MORE >>