|Eclipso: The Darkness Within took an old, little known villain and attempted to make him into a threat to the entire DCU.|
|Women Don’t Talk Much On The Moon
As I was annotating both issues of the series, I began to get a sense that the male characters in the story were getting a lot more “screen time” and dialogue than their female counterparts. Over the course of a weekend, I went through the issues and started examining the issues in more detail and ended up writing a small essay.
You can read the results here.
|G’nort The Way It Happened
Green Lantern Corps Quarterly #4 from the Spring of 1991 featured a version of the events in Eclipso: The Darkness Within as told by the . . . errrr . . . unusual Green Lantern G’nort. His one-page re-cap may have overestimated his impact / participation in the heroes’ struggle against Eclipso just a little bit.
You can check it out on the right.
|Eclipso House Ad
On the left is an ad from Superman Annual #4 showcasing a heck of a lot of characters.
|Eclipso Poster Ad
And on the right is an advert for a poster with artwork by Bart Sears.