In the final (for now) installment of the Howard the Duck reading series, we examine the duck’s shift from social satire to Marvel Comics parody.
Steve Gerber’s final work on the first volume of Howard the Duck (for real this time!) feels like a losing gamble.
Examining Howard the Duck #28 – when a Wolfman writes a duck man and ends up with a bomb.
Ten ways to look at Howard the Duck #24 – the part that reflects the whole, the whole that is just a part.
A long time ago in a world he never made. . . STAR WAUGH! Third in an ongoing Howard the Duck reading series.
What do Disney and “decency” campaigns have in common? The blandification of culture. Covering Howard the Duck #21.
A return to Howard the Duck after a nearly three-year hiatus from the If It WAUGHs Like a Duck series. . .
The final installment of our reading series examining both version of Omega the Unknown, this time examining The Defenders #76 and #77, in which the original series was wrapped up after being cancelled.
The not-so-final installment on the final installments of both versions of Omega the Unknown.
The ninth installment of reading both versions of Omega the Unknown (from 1976 and 2007 respectively) against each other.
Both versions of Omega the Unknown #8 seem to be “nowhere plans for nobody.”
In 1977 a fill-in writer accidentally highlights the queer mysteries of adolescence, while in 2008 the adventure ramps up towards conclusion.
In the sixth installment of Alpha & Omega things take a turn for the charming and the meta.
The fifth installment of our exploration of both Omega the Unknown series.
The fourth installment of our Omega the Unknown double-read through features cats, bullies and nano-bots.
The third installment of our Omega the Unknown double-read through, as our protagonist tries to figure out the complexities of school hierarchies.
The second installment of our Omega the Unknown double-read through, as our protagonist is introduced to New York City.
The first installment in a new series of posts comparing the 1970s Omega the Unknown comic book and the 2000s re-imagining.
The final installment of If It WAUGHs Like a Duck considers life after deadlines.
Even Steve Gerber can’t live up to the expectations of a Gerber-penned Howard the Duck, how can we expect Chip Zdarsky to?
In 1977? Evil mojo. In 2016? Evil Mojo!