BOOKS AND MOVIES BY TIMOTHY CALLAHAN
The Devil is in the Details: Examining Matt Murdock and Daredevil(contributor)
Keeping the World Strange: A Planetary Guide(contributor)
Gotham City 14 Miles: 14 Essays on Why the 1960s Batman TV Series Matters(contributor)
Minutes to Midnight: Twelve Essays on Watchmen(contributor)
Our Sentence is Up: Seeing Grant Morrison's The Invisibles(introduction)
Teenagers from the Future: Essays on the Legion of Super-Heroes(editor, introduction, contributor)
Grant Morrison: The Early Years(author)
MAGAZINE CONTENT BY TIMOTHY CALLAHAN (13 TOTAL)
Once upon a time, Tim Callahan and Chad Nevett completely disagreed about some comics. This is that time. Tim Callahan: So All-Star Superman #12 finally came out, and I wrote about the whole series at… [more]
Grant Morrison’s Batman #678 relies heavily on reference to Batman #113 (February 1958), specifically Zur-En-Arrh.
Grant Morrison’s Batman has been courting controversy since it began. Batman has a son? Man-Bats learned ninjitsu? Comics can be full of words instead of pictures?
This summer, hot off the fun of my “debate” with Douglas Wolk about New Avengers, I asked Andrew Gardner, comic fan and intelligent British guy, to begin an e-mail discussion with me about Brad Meltzer’s… [more]
You must have heard, by now, about the high school teacher forced to resign after assigning Eightball #22 to a freshman. If you haven’t read about this fiasco, Heidi covers it pretty well over at… [more]
Batman #668, by Grant Morrison and J.H. Williams III, is an excellent comic book. As the second installment of the three-part “Club of Heroes” story, it expands the story both inwardly and outwardly, creating a… [more]
Eight months ago, in a Wizard Universe article / interview, we read the following words:
Batman #666 begins with a Golden Age homage to the origin of Batman, featuring the words “Who He is and How He Came to Be,” just like in that classic Bob Kane story.
In this special feature, Douglas Wolk, author of Reading Comics: How Graphic Novels Work and What They Mean, joins Sequart’s own Timothy Callahan, author of Grant Morrison: The Early Years, for a discussion of New… [more]
Ah, Batman #665. Morrison seems to be disappointing critics with his run on this title, and I find myself constantly defending the work. I trust him enough as a writer to wait and see how it… [more]
Human Traffic author Craig McGill has been working on a Grant Morrison biography for years, as was recently mentioned in a Morrison interview over at Fanboy Radio. In the preparation for my Grant Morrison book, I… [more]
So Grant Morrison follows up an intruiging Batman prose story full of dense allusions with… this. And the internet scratches its head.
Batman #663 has already generated much commentary and consternation around the world with its prosaic depiction of the Caped Crusader.