Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins

I'm not really a believer in the concept of a "guilty pleasure". I like enough stupid stuff from all across the spectrum that there's really no other way to handle it all other than to embrace the assorted flaws and failings of it all, and just love it unironically. And yet still, with REMO WILLIAMS: … Continue reading Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins

Blah Blah Blog: Reader Questions 8

A post from my decade-old Marvel blog in which I answer some questions from the audience. Reader Questions 8 April 28, 2007 | 1:00 AM | By Tom_Brevoort | In General Home sick, but the Blog must go on. Plus, we're almost finished with the Reader Questions segment. So let's go!>Just how would a Skrull … Continue reading Blah Blah Blog: Reader Questions 8

BHOC: FANTASTIC FOUR #183

It was always the most exciting thing when a new batch of 3-Bags would show up somewhere, and you'd suddenly have access to issues that you had missed. In those days before there were comic shops, this was the only way one could find back issues (apart from mail order--and I was never confident enough … Continue reading BHOC: FANTASTIC FOUR #183

Blah Blah Blog: More 616

A post from my old Marvel blog in which Alan Davis writes in concerning the origins of the term Earth-616 used to describe the Marvel Universe. More 616 April 28, 2007 | 1:00 AM | By Tom_Brevoort | In General Alan Davis sent me the following information concerning the origins of the 616 designation for … Continue reading Blah Blah Blog: More 616

The Greatest DAREDEVIL Story Ever Told

A lot of time has been spent on analyzing the Marvel output of the early 1960s, trying to determine who did what and who really deserved the credit for the success of the line and the many characters and ideas presented therein. To reiterate my essential position on this, I feel as though at this … Continue reading The Greatest DAREDEVIL Story Ever Told