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Holy Double Entendre Batman!: Week 7

Thanks to a college student complaining about reading Y: The Last Man and Perseopolis when he thought he’d be reading innocent comics like Batman, people have been collecting inappropriate Batman panels – mostly from the Golden and Silver Ages. So, here’s a weekly feature that’ll

Holy Double Entendre Batman!: Week 6

Thanks to a college student complaining about reading Y: The Last Man and Perseopolis when he thought he’d be reading innocent comics like Batman, people have been collecting inappropriate Batman panels – mostly from the Golden and Silver Ages. So, here’s a weekly feature that’ll

All’s Fair in Love and War: Fables Volumes 3 and 4

Fables Volumes 1 and 2 were pretty intense. The first volume has Bigsby Wolf solving the alleged murder of Snow White’s sister, Rose Red. The second volume involved an uprising by the non-human fables at The Farm. All of this wrapped up with an introduction

Holy Double Entendre Batman!: Week 5

Thanks to a college student complaining about reading Y: The Last Man and Perseopolis when he thought he’d be reading innocent comics like Batman, people have been collecting inappropriate Batman panels – mostly from the Golden and Silver Ages. So, here’s a weekly feature that’ll

Holy Double Entendre Batman!: Week 4

Thanks to a college student complaining about reading Y: The Last Man and Perseopolis when he thought he’d be reading innocent comics like Batman, people have been collecting inappropriate Batman panels – mostly from the Golden and Silver Ages. So, here’s a weekly feature that’ll

Holy Double Entendre Batman!: Week 3

Thanks to a college student complaining about reading Y: The Last Man and Perseopolis when he thought he’d be reading innocent comics like Batman, people have been collecting inappropriate Batman panels – mostly from the Golden and Silver Ages. So, here’s a weekly feature that’ll

Holy Double Entendre Batman!: Week 2

Thanks to a college student complaining about reading Y: The Last Man and Perseopolis when he thought he’d be reading innocent comics like Batman, people have been collecting inappropriate Batman panels – mostly from the Golden and Silver Ages. So, here’s a weekly feature that’ll

Holy Double Entendre Batman!: Week 1

Thanks to a college student complaining about reading Y: The Last Man and Perseopolis when he thought he’d be reading innocent comics like Batman, people have been collecting inappropriate Batman panels – mostly from the Golden and Silver Ages. So, here’s a weekly feature that’ll

Fables Vol 1 Featured Image

Fables: They did it First

Here at Comic POW! because we’re not obsessed with reviews and are, instead, looking at greater themes within the works, we’re able to revisit older stories along with the newer stories. So this blog post kicks off a series focusing on Bill Willingham’s Fables. There

Exploring Reality (and other themes) in Joe the Barbarian

Grant Morrison can be a tough read. His comics are almost always filled with metaphors, allusions, references, and Easter eggs. Sometimes this works masterfully like his run on Batman and Robin Vol 1. Sometimes it falls flat like his run on Action Comics Vol 2.

Done with DC Monthlies for Now

Last month I ended my Batman pull at my local comic shop. (Which ends my “I’ll stay with Batman if Snyder’s on the book” stance from last year) I guess it was just bad timing, but the New 52 killed my three year experiment with