If you grew up any time between the 1950’s and now, odds are pretty good that you have memories of audio-visual “education.” We’re talking about those films that were meant to form and inform the young minds of America. These filmstrips, flims, and movies range in topics such as safety during a nuclear attack to personal hygiene and being a good citizen. What do children in the comic book universes watch in school?
So You Think You’re a Mutant
Common Myths About Venereal Disease and Super Powers
Puberty and Handling ‘Those Special Urges’ in a Liefeldian Universe
How to Blend Into Shadows and Spook Thugs
Wolverine Presents: How to Be In Four Places At Once
Have a Plan: What to Do When They Escape the Deathtrap and How to Avoid a Spanking of Justice.
You’re in the driver’s seat now: A Drivers Ed training film for the Bat-mobile.
How to keep your eyes from opening a fraction of an inch
Navigating While Flying – How to know where you are anywhere in the world
The Best Defense if a Good Offense: Enormous Guns and You
Whatever Happened to the Boy of Tomorrow: a Cautionary Tale of Teen Suicide
Time-Life looks at 1939
American Experience: Phil Sheldon, a Marvelous Life
Henry P. McCoy Presents: A Brief History of Mutants
The Technoorganic Virus: Stop Picking At It Or It’ll Never Heal
What Not To Do With Telekinesis
Robin Has Two Batmen
Is an animal sidekick right for me?
Bruce Doesn’t Live Here Anymore: Dealing with a psychological disconnect with the world
Spandex, Leather or Armor: Your Costume, Your Body Type
Orienting Yourself in Asylums, Mental Institutions, and Madhouses
Duck and Cover: Emergency Preparedness For Sidekicks
Stand by your (wo)man: An Emergency Preparedness film for Sidekicks prepared by the Wayne Foundation
Hard Time in The SLAB: Just say “No” when your so-called friend offers you an easy “score” and an energy weapon
Crimson Utility Belt: Emergency First Aid
So You Sold Your Soul To Hell (featuring Al Simmons)