This month is dedicated to my favorite superhero -- E-Man who was created by Nicola Cuti and artist Joe Staton for Charlton Comics way back in 1973. He was an attempt by Charlton to re-enter the superhero field after the demise of the beloved "Action Heroes' several years earlier under the leadership of Dick Giordano.
E-Man didn't touch off a new wave of superheroes exactly, but the character has had a long long life traveling after the demise of Charlton to First Comics, Comico Comics, Alpha Comics, and others before ending his illustrious run this past winter from Charlton Neo in conjunction with AC Comics. Joe Staton picked up the rights to the hero he co-created and he and Cuti (among some few others) have crafted new E-Man tales off and on for decades. Now it seems that has come to an end, and I for one want to revisit the great series of yarns which I will do this June.
So expect some Dojo Classic reviews to resurface and such along with some new comments on the most energetic superhero ever conceived. Along with Alec Tronn, there will be Nova Kane, Mike Mauser, Teddy Q, and many more delightful characters. "E" is Energy, "E" is for E-Man!