Is Todd McFarlane's Spawn a more significant series than it's ever been given credit for? It may well be.
Articles by G. Kendall
How did the most "extreme" of the Batman: The Animated Series villains enter the official canon?
Marvel's '90s Spider-Man cartoon looked to a classic Stan Lee/Steve Ditko story for inspiration, to mixed results.
We revisit another Batman episode Bruce Timm wishes had never been produced, and the comic that told a similar story.
Did the animated adaptation of the Morlocks' debut live up to its inspiration? Are '90s kids still waiting for Logan and Jean's hook-up?
Years before Jason Momoa's Bro-Aquaman, the animated Justice League offered its own revamp of the hero.
Marvel fans were denied an anime-influenced X-Men cartoon three decades ago. But were we robbed ... or did we dodge a bullet?
How did DC's tie-in comic shamelessly outshine a Batman: The Animated Series episode with the same premise?
Venom's comics debut launched Todd McFarlane into superstardom and altered Marvel's course for years. His animated debut, however...
What happens when you create an incredible looking Batman Beyond villain who just doesn't catch on as the hero's main villain?
What innovative element of X-Men caused the network some concern...until FOX realized it could save a few dollars?
Does the Clown Prince of Crime actually take himself too seriously? An episode of Batman: the Animated Series answered just that question.
Once upon a time, a disastrous Fantastic Four cartoon brought in members of the X-Men crew, and a classic influence, to save the show.
In a roundabout way, the animated Justice League may have actually helped pave the way for the current Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Did a Batman anime almost take the place of a Justice League series? And did the show really almost star a group of teen sidekicks?