Not sure if I'd call him the greatest villain ever, but he started out the very embodiment of evil and turned out to be a very well-rounded and fascinating character in the end. In a spiritual manner, … more
RabidChihuahua posted a Quick Tip about Steve Urkel.
May 06, 2012
I have always loved the mad man known as Cletus Kasady especially as Carnage. I have always found him to be just the right kind of crazy that Spidey needs to battle every once in a while. Most villians … more
Back when Superman created the concept of the modern superhero, DC Comics had no idea that someone else might ever come along and smack the idea of a superhero upside the head. They figured this immortal, … more
I really, really don't understand the appeal of this show. I've seen it several times but it comes off as more juvenile and obnoxious than anything. I've tried asking, but people can't seem to explain … more
Although his stories haven't been very interesting as of late. Batman still remains as my favorite superhero. There are more then enough older stories to choose from if you would like to learn why The … more
I was never a fan of Superman. This guy is too strong, seriously the only thing that can hurt him is kyptonite. I guess thats why i like Doomsdayso much. He is the only one who is a real threat to superman. … more
Why people think this cartoon is hilarious is beyond me. Even when watching it at the age of 12 right after its debut in 1999, I still found the humor bland and ADD-ridden. This show only makes me lunge … more
Often sited as being the most important and most iconic superhero in comics, mainly because he is considered to be the first, Superman is nonetheless one of the most classic cultural icons and he definitely … more
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit was introduced in 1927 and was designed to be an all-cartoon series to replace Walt Disney's and Ub Iwerks' earlier success, the Alice Cartoons, which featured a live-action … more
kfontenot posted a Quick Tip about The Joker.
August 15, 2011
The single greatest comic book superhero of all time. Created by artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger and making his first appearance in Detective Comics, Issue #27 published in 1939, Batman is easily … more
TheJohn posted a Quick Tip about Phil Dunphy.
June 28, 2011
Superman! The original Superhero, so ubiquitous that people forget his origins. I don't mean his origin story, I mean his creation and first appearance in the first ever volume of Action Comics. Also, … more
Iron Man never really was one of my favorite characters which was mainly due to his somewhat lackluster rogue's list., and despite the Armor Wars and Demon in the Bottle stories he still never ranked … more
woopak_the_thrill posted a Quick Tip about Mephisto.
May 13, 2011
Possibly the biggest, baddest, meanest Marvel Universe villain and even the Mighty Avengers and Adam Warlock acknowledge him as the most formidable threat to the universe. He has enough power to … more