The INCspotlight (6 Year Anniversary Special) - The Curse of Capistrano (1919) and The Mark of Zorro (1920)
In the words of Sir Anthony Hopkins, "there are many who would proudly wear the mask of Zorro." History has proven that to be true, but Douglas Fairbanks has the distinction of being the first.
Wild West legend Luke Short fights to survive against business rivals, a local gunslinger, and fanatical reformers in Matt Braun's novel Gentleman Rogue.
(Originally posted on Channel Awesome on September 19, 2017)
A young prince must pose as a pirate as part of a daring rescue mission in The King's Buccaneer, a novel from Raymond E. Feist's Riftwar Cycle.
(Originally posted on Channel Awesome on December 16th, 2016)
A wizard contends with a mysterious enemy in The Face in the Frost, a delightful fantasy that offers laughs and genuine chills in equal measure.
(Originally posted on Channel Awesome on September 30, 2016)
Is it weird that one of my favorite writers is fictional? Is it any less weird if we can actually read his work?
(Originally posted on Channel Awesome on September 7, 2015)
The weed of crime bears bitter fruit. Crime does not pay. The Shadow knows!
(Originally posted on Channel Awesome on December 29, 2014)
I want to close out DC Archives Month with this volume of All-Star Comics Archives, which not only contains some of the greatest issues of the series (All-Star Comics #34 - 38, from April 1947 - January 1948), but probably some of the best remembered and most beloved DC stories of the Golden Age.
(Originally posted on Channel Awesome on December 22, 2014)
While there are a lot of other heroes I'd have liked to have showcased this time around, I couldn't do DC Archives Month without one volume dedicated to the Golden Age Batman. It wasn't easy deciding which one, but Volume 2 of Batman: The Dark Knight Archives, reprinting Batman #5 - 8, won out.
(Originally posted on Channel Awesome on December 15, 2014)
DC Archives month continues with the first volume of the Golden Age Doctor Fate Archives. Actually, it's the only volume, because it contains the entire Golden Age run of Doctor Fate's adventures, from More Fun Comics #55 - 98.
(Originally posted on Channel Awesome on December 8, 2014)
DC Archives Month continues this week with a far more familiar face than Starman's - Superman!
The INCspotlight, formerly hosted on the website Channel Awesome, now has a new home on my own website! Putting the spotlight on classics that deserve to be remembered!