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The Ages Of The Justice League edited by Joseph J. Darowski (book review).

December 19, 2018 | By | Reply More
The Ages Of The Justice League edited by Joseph J. Darowski (book review).

The examination of how various comicbook characters and teams have developed has now moved onto the first of DC’s teams, the Justice League. The Joseph J. Darowski edited book, ‘The Ages Of The Justice League’, has 17 articles on the subject spanning from the 1960s to the present. For those who didn’t know, back in […]

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The Ages Of The X-Men (No. 3) edited by Joseph J. Darowski (book review).

February 22, 2015 | By | Reply More
The Ages Of The X-Men (No. 3) edited by Joseph J. Darowski (book review).

  Despite assurances in the introduction that the nineteen essays in ‘The Ages Of The X-Men’ would spread throughout its forty year history, the opening essays focus entirely on the same subject, that of the book’s initial creation. Although John Darowski draws parallels with the Brotherhood Of Evil Mutants being a metaphor for communism, which […]

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The Ages Of Wonder Woman (No. 2) edited by Joseph J. Darowski (book review).

January 19, 2015 | By | Reply More
The Ages Of Wonder Woman (No. 2) edited by Joseph J. Darowski (book review).

After ‘The Ages Of Superman’, you would think it strange to go onto Wonder Woman rather than the more obvious Batman, however, as the next two books in this series is going to focus on two Marvel’s X-Men and Avengers, I suspect the Dark Knight will get his opportunity soon enough. In the meantime, we […]

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The Ages Of Superman (No. 1) edited by Joseph J. Darowski (book review).

December 13, 2014 | By | Reply More
The Ages Of Superman (No. 1) edited by Joseph J. Darowski (book review).

‘The Ages Of Superman’ is the first of four books looking at how super-heroes have changed over the decades. I suspect familiarity with the stories will help you to assess the eighteen writers essays here. I was expecting to see them focusing purely on the Man of Steel but was glad to see diversity to […]

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