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SDCC: That 70s Panel
George Perez, Val Mayerick, Martin Pasko and more discuss how DC Comics' superhero titles changed in the 1970s, further contrasting the era with the modern approach to comic books.
SDCC: Remembering the Julius Schwartz Era of Superman
Creators from across the decades assembled to discuss editor Julius Schwartz' time on DC Comics' Superman titles, which expanded into a discussion of what makes the Man of Steel tick.
Quote of the Day | Kids, superheroes and familiarity
“[Mort] Weisinger took all these things he didn’t care for because they weren’t his ideas and turned them to his advantage. Instead of resenting another character with a LL initial …
Superman At 75: Martin Pasko’s View of The Man of Steel
In celebration of Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster's Superman hitting 75, writer Martin Pasko reflects on his personal connection to the Man of Steel, his take on Superman's foes, the history of the hero's editors and more.
From Birmingham to Gotham City: Six questions with Mark Waid
Thirty-six questions. Six answers. One random number generator. Welcome to Robot Roulette, where creators roll the virtual dice and answer our questions about their lives, careers, interests and more. Trying …
Grumpy Old Fan | Putting a smiley face on the 1970s Superman
DC’s superhero comics of the ‘70s and ‘80s will always fascinate me — not just because I grew up on them, but because they represented the first steps past the …
What Are You Reading?
It’s time once again for another round of What Are You Reading?, kids. Today we welcome special guest Daniel Merlin Goodbrey, creator of Necessary Monsters, The Last Sane Cowboy and …
Grumpy Old Fan | Life, liberty and the pursuit of DC Comics Solicitations for July 2011
For most of us, it’s getting to be the middle of April. Everything is blooming and getting greener. Our thoughts turn to familiar rites of spring like baseball, taxes, and …
Assembling “The Essential Superman Encyclopedia”
Co-authors and comic book veterans Robert Greenberger and Martin Pasko spoke with CBR about Del Rey's definitive guide to the Man of Steel, and what it takes to tackle a project of this magnitude.