Monthly Archives: December 2010

Green Lantern 154-155: "Hate Crime"

We’ve talked about a few superhero comics recently that have tried to treat superheroes confronting difficult, real world problems that superheroes typically avoid. Those cases dealt with animal cruelty, and Chuck Austen with the X-Men and Mark Millar with Superman … Continue reading

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Green Lantern 154-155: “Hate Crime”

We’ve talked about a few superhero comics recently that have tried to treat superheroes confronting difficult, real world problems that superheroes typically avoid. Those cases dealt with animal cruelty, and Chuck Austen with the X-Men and Mark Millar with Superman … Continue reading

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X-Men Unlimited #44: "Can They Suffer?"

Given our look at Superman For the Animals recently, I thought it would be interesting to look at another comic produced in collaboration with the Doris Day Animal League as part of its Comics for Compassion Program, X-Men Unlimited #44, … Continue reading

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X-Men Unlimited #44: “Can They Suffer?”

Given our look at Superman For the Animals recently, I thought it would be interesting to look at another comic produced in collaboration with the Doris Day Animal League as part of its Comics for Compassion Program, X-Men Unlimited #44, … Continue reading

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The Mighty

By now we’ve seen a few attempts to tell Superman stories. In “What’s So Funny about Truth, Justice and the American Way,” for example, in the face of a corrupt and broken world, he’s been incorruptible and unshakable in his … Continue reading

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