Tag Archive: comics

Best & Worst of Ultimate Marvel

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In the 2000’s, then Marvel Comics’ then president Bill Jemas and Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada were successfully pulling the publisher back from the brink of financial ruin. One the things they realized was that… Continue reading

Ode to Physical Media

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We live in a world where entertainment has solidified its place on the screens of our iPads, iPhones, iSewing Machines, smart TV’s, computers etc. No matter if you want to watch the newest… Continue reading

Comicsgaters are Awful & Stupid

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At some point during my latter college years, I was listening to a radio show on NPR which specialized in music from emerging acts from all over the world. On this night, they… Continue reading

Audible Review: ‘The Sandman’

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Possibly the biggest thing in the audiobook world recently was that Amazon’s arm Audible was making the ambitious move to adapt the DC Comics/Vertigo masterpiece the Sandman into audio form. No doubt this… Continue reading

Greatest Justice League Stories

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If their is a superhero team reminiscent of a pantheon it is the Justice League. A team without equal they recruit the best and those who have proven themselves to battle evil. Over… Continue reading

1990s: The ‘Dark Time’ of X-Men Comics

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For the past few years I’ve been reading through the X-Men comics. All of them. New Mutants, Excalibur, X-Factor…every title that existing in order of publication. This wasn’t planned. I’d read the comics… Continue reading

Captain America: Wielders of the Shield

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Ever since the creation of Joe Simon and Jack Kirby burst onto the scene, decked in a star-spangled costume and socking Hitler in the jaw he has been an icon of Marvel Comics.… Continue reading

My Picks for DC Comics Publisher

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Recently the fandom community was rocked when Dan Didio, the publisher for the past 18 years at DC Comics was parted from the company. His co-publisher Jim Lee is still around, but is… Continue reading

Dan Didio: Best & Worst of DC Comics

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I am sure every comic fan has now learned that after 18 years the Co-Publisher and former VP-Executive Editor of DC Comics, Dan Didio was released from his position. By all accounts this… Continue reading

Arrow: End of an Era

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By the time 2012 rolled around it was crystal clear that Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight Trilogy had completely changed the way superhero movies were done. At the CW, executives wanted in on the… Continue reading