Eileen Gonzalez

Eileen’s primary literary love is comic books, but she’s always on the lookout for her next belletristic adventure no matter what form it comes in. When she’s not writing, reading, or writing about reading, she’s probably cuddling with her dog or watching something old. Twitter: @Eileen2theStars

The Batman/Sherlock Holmes Crossover You Always Wanted (Is Not This One)

Because little things like the laws of time and space are no barrier for DC Comics, a Sherlock/Batman crossover exists.

Profiles in Supervillainy: One-Shot Special

Every once in a while, I come across a fun character who only appeared once before vanishing forever. Today, I pay tribute to these losers.

#SuperheroProblems: So You’ve Decided to Up and Quit

If being a superhero were easy, they wouldn't be too "super," would they? And so, some quit sometimes. You can hardly blame them!

On This Day (December 8-9): Flash Meets Mopee

You've have probably never heard of Mopee before, and that's because the fandom would prefer to forget him.

Comics and Graphic Novels to Read When You’re Under the Weather

These comics are perfect for your next sick day, from a nonfiction comic about the 1918 flu to a comforting graphic novel about tea dragons.

Super-Influencers: 14 of the Most Influential Superhero Comics

Superheroes are more influential than ever before, but who influences the superheroes? Here are 14 of the most influential superhero comics.

QUIZ: Guess the Graphic Novel Based on the First Lines

How well can you remember graphic novels from their words, not their art? See if you can match these famous comics to their opening lines!

To Absent Friends: Mason Trollbridge

Even superheroes need friends! Mason Trollbridge was one who disappeared from the Flash comics, but should he be brought back?

From Cowgirls to Coeds: Really Specific ’50s Romance Comics

Romance comics were everywhere in the late 40/early 50s, and some honed in on a very specific subject. Let's explore some 50s romance comics.

#Superhero Problems: So Your Enemy is Now Your Ally

What are you supposed to do when someone you've spent the last year punching off rooftops says they'd rather be helping you do the punching?