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My favorite comics blog calls the current age of comics the Platinum Age. Scipio is not wrong, not but I think it is clear that there is more going in the current age of comics than he has accounted for. … Continue reading
A friend of mine is having a absolutely heartbreaking family health crisis. To help her cope I sent her Tnmmd of Almost Home by Masai. In the midst of her parents both being simultaneously hospitalized, for different reasons, a song … Continue reading
Whether you loved The Nightly News or you’re more of a Fantastic Four and FF reader, it’s easy to be a Jonathan Hickman fan. Personally, I’ve been enamored of Hickman’s ability to walk the line between cosmic gravitas and human … Continue reading
VS Two ongoing Fantastic Four titles enter and well… looking at the readership of our blog, and the sales numbers of these books it is likely that both continue living…however “ONLY ONE BOOK LEAVES”, sounds much better don’t you think? … Continue reading
We both already loved this book, but then it became clear to me that somehow, in someway Frank Cho is reading my mind. Review to follow
Leland and I do our very, very best to be impartial critics. We try and let you know what we like and why. We try and give you as much information as possible about how and why we came to … Continue reading
So Leland and I are planning on featuring Kevin Smith’s Quiver as soon as Lee gets his voice back. Judd Winick is a fun writer and so I continued deeper into his run. In issue 46 Mr. Winick is joined … Continue reading
I’ve tried to think my way around it, tried to put it in cleaner content, tried to wash it down, but the simple and undeniable fact is, if you seriously dislike the first two seasons of the original 1966 to … Continue reading
Once a jolly swag man wished to sell some comic fonts advertised with Marvel and DC. When it became clear that this was not to be, he created an anthropomorphic hippopotamus named Hip Flask to do the job. Soon, because … Continue reading
Using your “cosmic god daughter” to perv on your ex is what they did before there was a Facebook, apparently.