On this page, there will be stored such things as reviews of comic
books and trade paperbacks featuring the Winged Warrior,
information about toy lines, the writers and artists, and even
some articles I'll write all about the star superhero of the DCU.
on Multiple Earths TPB 1
At the time of the Earth 1 &
2 conception, this was the first place where the JLA and JSA met
following the famous tale from The Flash #123 Vol 1
on Multiple Earths TPB 2
The adventures between dimensions
continue, and Black Canary's journey to Earth 1 can be seen
on Multiple Earths TPB 3
When the Star-Spangled Kid came
back to the modern world.
Zatanna, the Magic Maid and daughter of Zatara,
made her sparkling debut in issue 4 of Hawkman's
first solo book in 1964.
the Atom TPB
This is a very special review I've written,
and I encourage all read about, as it tells some clearer history
about the details surrounding Hawkman's best pal, the Atom, and
his supporting cast, during the Bronze Age/mid-1980s. I very
much hope you'll appreciate it.
Destroy a Universe?
DC's overblown, overhyped “Identity
Crisis” wallows in bigotry, insults the intellect, and signals
they may be moving in Marvel’s direction from 2003, of trying to
make sales through controversy. It also does an incredible
disservice to its characters, and Hawkman is sadly one of the
Destroy a Universe? Part Two
More of the holes in the
story in Identity Crisis are focused upon in here.
Destroy a Universe? Part Three
Concluding the focus on the
travesty of Identity Crisis.
from Hawkworld #15, September 1991
I sometimes find letter
columns of yore to be quite facinating to read through, and
thought to myself, why not reprint some of them here? So here's
a sample of one of the lettercols from one of the older series
of the Hawks.
Partnership that Could've Been Longer
An essay on the
brief partnership of the Atom and Hawkman during the end of the
Atom, Shredding the Elongated Man
Are Ray “Atom” Palmer
and Ralph “Elongated Man” Dibny, ditto their respective spouses
Sue Dibny and Jean Loring, the most shoddily treated members of
the DCU? Well, that's exactly what I'm pondering in this essay.
the site moved to a new location
This is something I wrote
in early 2006, when I moved the site to a different location. I
used to have it on the main menu, and thought that it could
still have some significance even in this section.
from the works of Geoff Johns
It's 2010, a long time since
I updated the site, and I want to try and make clear that I'm no
longer a fan of Geoff Johns, and that there's a limit to how far
you can go with popular fiction. In this item, I'll do my best
to explain why I want nothing more to do with this now decidedly
Changes I've made to this Site
And with good reason. For
2013, I've decided I had to make some alterations meant to
indicate how disillusioned I am at how the staff of Dan DiDio
has destroyed the DCU with their New 52 mishmash, and
Hawkman/Hawkwoman along with it.
still here, but not in the same way
A belated explanation
why I simplified this site so as not to include material
post-1999, limiting it just to what came prior.
did the Muddled History and Continuity First Begin
anyone who says they feel the Hawks' history is confusing, I may
be able to point you to how and where all the troubles actually
began, and thus untangle the whole mystery.