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Comic books used to be as controversial as video games are today. If something was wrong with society in the early 1950s, comic books were to blame. There were generally two types of comic books to receive the blame:

Before continuing with this, I want to give the customary warning: If you haven't seen Star Wars: The Force Awakens, please don't continue reading this story. You either haven't seen it because you can't see it (people in China, for

After I turned into an adult, I never could read the Dennis the Menace comics without thinking about the real Dennis. Yes, there was a real Dennis. You don't hear much about him these days, but whenever the subject

I fully understand kids who were born in 1965. Those kids, who just turned 50 this year, were fortunate enough to turn 12 when Star Wars came out in 1977. It's those 65'ers for whom Star Wars meant the most. Me?

It's a big week for a lot of people. The new Star Wars film is out and, as with the last five of them, there's a whole lot of hype going on. As I've done for the past 35 years

In the long view of things, super heroes are supposed to exist in our own world.

Comic books just aren't as popular as they used to be. And time is the biggest problem.

Yes, we've probably all seen or heard about it at this point. The newest Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer. Initial reactions are excitement with the villain reveal, and that oh-so silky smooth Batman voice. This comic book fan

I have written this weekly comic book column for a few weeks now and I thought I should explain myself a little bit.

If you're a long-time reader of the ElectricSistaHood site, you may have noticed that we have started covering comics much more broadly. Although we have often talked about comics on the weekly podcast, we have now increased coverage of the