Back Issues: DC’s Crisis Conundrum

Ever since the 1938 introduction of Superman, DC Comics has been known for its vast array of costumed crimefighters and interconnected, densely populated fictional narratives. For decades, continuity was played fast and loose; Superman evolved from being a moderately powerful superhuman who could leap over tall buildings into a God-like figure who could turn back … Continue reading Back Issues: DC’s Crisis Conundrum