The Wild Storm: Savior Complex

I’ve written before about how we shouldn’t look to superheroes to save us in the world of THE WILD STORM.

The Wild Storm: Breaking Through the Bottleneck

Warren Ellis and Jon Davis-Hunt sure aren’t wasting any time with this fourth (and presumably final) story arc of THE WILD STORM, are they?

Arrow: Seven Seasons In, Ollie's Story Continue to Surprise

Yes, I know this is the second straight week we’ve discussed Arrow here in Couch Club, and the third time over the past month. Yes, I know that we have five other #DCTV shows airing right now, all of which are worthy of columns.

Aquaman's Underwater World: James Wan on Designing Atlantis

From the wonder and discovery of Arthur, to the strength and determination of Mera, to the relentless anger of Black Manta, Aquaman is full of remarkable characters, all with their distinct motivations and desires.

The Face of Fear: Supergirl Confronts a Divided World

Last Sunday’s Supergirl ended in pretty dramatic fashion with a flying Kara getting hit by a Kryptonite bomb and plummeting to Earth.

The Wild Storm: And the Kids Shall Inherit the Earth

If you’re a parent, your sole job is to ensure your child has the knowledge, skill and mindset to succeed in the world. It sounds easy enough, but anyone who’s been through it knows it’s not.

A King's Journey: James Wan Draws from Aquaman's Past

Over his 77-year comic book history, Aquaman has been a strong-willed king of a restless underwater nation, a bearded, long-haired rebel with a harpoon for a hand, a sidekick-sporting guardian of the sea, a not-always-trusted member of the J

Batman: Damned is One Beautiful Nightmare

Does Batman dream? It’s an honest question because I’m not even sure whether he sleeps. But let’s consider it for a moment. Does Bruce Wayne, arguably the most driven, singularly focused superhero out there, dream?

Diving Into Dora: Why The Dreaming’s Newest Character is Also One of its Best

In Simon Spurrier and Bilquis Evely’s THE DREAMING #1, we’re reunited with many of the colorful denizens of Neil Gaiman’s surreal kingdom of

The Wild Storm: Life is Light

I’ll admit, I tend to devote these columns almost exclusively to Warren Ellis’s story. The reasons for that should be pretty obvious to anyone who’s reading THE WILD STORM. There’s just so much to it!

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