Pulp Culture, Screening Room

Catching up with the Coming Crisis

   When Arrow first aired, I was there. For every episode, I was there. After the fourth or fifth season we had an on-again-off-again relationship. The plots were hampered by more drama than was necessary, but I guess that is the nature of storytelling now. Instead of ranting about it I chose to just become… Continue reading Catching up with the Coming Crisis

Collecting

My Vintage Shopping Day Finds for Under $20

   Today was somewhat of a free day for me. I took it off for one reason, but something else came up. All of that aside Mrs. Multiverse and I went out for Sushi then visited a few local antique malls. Here is my haul, all for under $20 (US).   Mystery Figure    First… Continue reading My Vintage Shopping Day Finds for Under $20

Certain Point of View

A New Superman? Why not? Stay Open to the Options.

   So today, the internet broke with the "news", more like speculation, that Henry Cavill was out as Superman. After the shit storm, names were bandied about. Most notably, to me, was Michael B. Jordan. This choice intrigued me. As a matter of fact, Jordan could bring something new to the character, but this isn't… Continue reading A New Superman? Why not? Stay Open to the Options.

Celebrate

Superman and the Secret Planet

   This labor of Super Love is a wonder piece of work. When I was growing up, this was my Superman until Chris Reeves’ forever took George’s place in my heart. That being said, The Adventures of Superman is still a much beloved show, for me. I was excited to hear about this missing show,… Continue reading Superman and the Secret Planet

Collecting

Superman and His Incredible Fortress of Solitude

  Source: Superman and His Incredible Fortress of Solitude – DC Special Series large format comic #26 (1981)    This issue of DC Special Series is a treat. Head over to “A Superman Collector in Hawaii” to read his entry on the issue.    When I was a kid, I couldn’t get enough of Superhero Secret… Continue reading Superman and His Incredible Fortress of Solitude