By Matthew Price For The Oklahoman | Published: Tue, Nov 13, 2018
In the 1960s, Marvel Comics writer and editor Stan Lee was the first to give super-heroes personable flaws, to make their secret identities more relatable to the average reader. It worked phenomenally, and characters such as Spider-Man, Thor, the Fantastic Four and the X-Men are now known...
By MATTHEW PRICE For The Oklahoman matthew@matthewLprice.com | Updated: Thu, Nov 8, 2018
DC Comics' top space policeman is getting new orders.
Noted Scottish writer Grant Morrison (“All-Star Superman,” “JLA”) is relaunching “The Green Lantern” with artist Liam Sharp. The first issue is on sale in comic shops this week.
The series will star Hal Jordan, the second major Green...
Halloween is over, but we aren't done talking about superhero costumes! In this previously "lost episode," Infinite Danger Room panelists Matthew Price, Anthony Brown, Matt Howlett and Chris Borthick discuss changes to superhero costumes that worked, and changes that didn't.
By Matthew Price For The Oklahoman matthew@matthewLprice.com | Published: Fri, Nov 2, 2018
TULSA — From Superman to Buck Rogers to Ponyboy, the Tulsa Pop Culture Expo is bringing a wide variety of guests with a strong background in genre and other entertainment. But artists and creators with local ties also are featured.
Brandon Routh, who was able to leap tall buildings in a single...
By Matthew Price For The Oklahoman matthew@matthewLprice.com | Published: Fri, Oct 26, 2018
Spooky comics are in the spotlight for Saturday's Halloween ComicFest, a national event promoted by Diamond Comic Distributors.
Characters featured this year include Hellboy, Spider-Man and more; multiple publishers have offered titles for this event.
“The comics available this year reflect...
By Matthew Price For The Oklahoman matthew@matthewLprice.com | Published: Fri, Oct 19, 2018
The DC Universe streaming app got its first new content when the “Titans” live-action TV program was released last week.
Starring Brenton Thwaites as Robin, this show draws much of its inspiration from the Marv Wolfman-George Perez “New Teen Titans” comic-book series of the 1980s.