About five years ago, a friend of mine had known this very fact about me. He, himself, was massively into Marvel Comics. So, this friend goes to a convention and picks me up Ms. Marvel #4. When he gives me the comic, he tells me about how Carol Danvers is like Diana Prince, one of my favorites in the DC lore. Needless to say, this stirred something within me. After reading that single issue, I embarked on a journey to know just about as much about Carol Danvers as I could.
Within the first arc of the “Young Animal” version, we are introduced to Casey Brinke and dismembered variation of the Doom Patrol. Throughout the duration of its’ first six issues, the title manages to not only reunite the core team and build on some new members.
This month on Captain's Comic Log, our friend Josh 'Captain Nostalgia' Burkey of Victims and Villains takes a look at DC Comics' New 52 Green Lantern Volume 1! Is this a series worth reading? Was this a good relaunch of the series or did it fall flat?
This month of Captain's Comic Log, our friend Josh "Captain Nostalgia" Burkey of Victims and Villains takes a look at the graphic novel "Wonder Woman" by Mike Deodato. While discussing the themes of this book, Josh also brings up a great conversation about the meaning of life!
Sometimes in comics, we’re given characters that serve for a specific era and then fade into the distance like a ship into the mist. Unfortunately, Batwoman was exactly one of those characters. But how has things changed since her return?
For this week's Extra Tuesday, special guest Captain Nostalgia of Victims and Villains takes a look into his comic log to do a review of Geoff John's run in Justice Society of America back in 2006. Is it worth reading off of DC Universe? Check out the Captain's review!