Well, this has been a bit of a different week.
Ever since ever, the Legion of Super-Heroes has been my favorite comic book title. Lots of talented people have contributed to the depth, breadth and scope of the series and the world that it inhabits. And so last year, I kicked off our official Legion of Super-Heroes Creators Hall of Fame!Continue reading Legion of Super-Heroes Creators Hall of Fame – Nominations for 2021
The votes are in! Blue Towel Productions’ first ever inductees into the Legion of Super-Heroes Creators Hall of Fame have been decided!Continue reading Legion of Super-Heroes Creator Hall of Fame–2020 Inductees
It’s time for another Weekly Geeky Question. Each week my friend Rod asks me some geeky question that I have to answer. We’re now up to Week #50, so we’ve been at this for a while. This week’s question follows on from last week, where we talked about disappointing story payoffs.
What are some of the most best story payoff’s that I have ever seen?
Every week in 2018, the plan is that my friend Rod is going to ask me some geeky question that will answer in a post. This week is Week #23, and for this extended, bonus-length edition of this series, we’re now finishing with the question from last week:
Pick the weirdest powered characters I can think of, rank / seed them and then pit them against each other in a tournament!
Every week in 2018, the plan is that my friend Rod is going to ask me some geeky question that will answer in a post. This week is Week #3, and Rod brought up a question connected to both the X-Men (his favorite comic book series) and the Legion of Super-Heroes (my favorite).
For pretty much as long as I’ve been keeping track of comics and aware of their internal continuity, the Legion of Super-Heroes has been my favorite title. I’ve mentioned the concept before, but in brief it’s the idea of super-powered teenagers in the future (usually 1000 years in the future) who have banded together to defend the “United Planets” from all sorts of threats. The series started as a spin-off of Superboy comics, as the team debuted in a story where they traveled to the past to recruit Superboy as a member, but quickly grew beyond those humble beginnings. Continue reading The Legion of Super-Heroes – an Historical Overview
A story in five reactions. Continue reading Star Trek / The Legion of Super-Heroes
Recently, I pulled some comic trade paperbacks off my shelf to get rid of – books I just don’t feel are worth the space anymore. Most were pretty clear cut decisions, but one wasn’t – Invasion! Continue reading Invasion!