More from the Triangle Years series: Part One: Embrace Continuity Part Two: Out of the Closet Part Three: Death, Reign, and Rebirth The Man of Tomorrow Believe it or not, being engaged to the Man of Steel isn't everything it's cracked up to be. One of the great things about the Triangle Years is that … Continue reading Superman: The Triangle Years, Part 4 – Will They/Won’t They
More from the Triangle Years: Part One: Embrace Continuity Part Two: Out of the Closet Legend has it that the first major story line for the Superman titles during the Triangle Years was to be the wedding of Lois and Clark. The only problem is that "Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" had … Continue reading Superman: The Triangle Years, Part 3: Death, Reign, and Rebirth
Oh, the comics year that was 1988. I was still relatively new to comics at that point; I bought my first superhero comic off a spinner rack in the summer of 1986. Because this was my early days of reading comics, I no doubt view much of 1988 through rose colored glasses. Highlights Superman turned … Continue reading Comics Year in Review: 1988
More from the Triangle Years: Part One: Embrace Continuity A month before the Triangle Years begins, Clark Kent proposes to Lois Lane. She still doesn't know he's Superman. This is, of course, a total dick move on Superman's part, but it's something that's rectified just a few months into the Triangle Years. The Triangle Years … Continue reading Superman: The Triangle Years, Part 2 – Out of the Closet
Bold statement: Superman's glory days happened during the Triangle Years in the '90s (although the current books are getting there). I can understand if that sounds insane, particularly since I'm making the above statement as someone who loves the hell out of Silver Age Superman. If you've never read Superman stories from the Silver Age, … Continue reading Superman: The Triangle Years, Part 1 – Embrace Continuity
Superman is a dad. This is one perhaps my favorite thing in all of comics right now, and has been for the two years since Rebirth happened. Lois and Clark being married and having a son have taken the Superman story to a new level, one that had formerly only been seen in imaginary stories. … Continue reading If Jon Kent goes away we riot.