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Monthly Archives: February 2011
Superboy and Green Lantern were the two comics that started me off with reading, but I can still remember when Grant Morrison’s JLA was announced because it was going to be a big deal. My dad was flipping through Diamond’s Previews … Continue reading
Driving to Buffalo Wild Wings, I kept thinking to myself, “There are a million places I would rather eat right now.” This isn’t because I don’t like the restaurant because I do. The problem was that I was actually nervous … Continue reading
It’s an absolutely indisputable fact: All-Star Superman is the greatest comic series of all time. Never has a series explored the mythology of superheroes more and while Superman has been published for over 70 years, Morrison was able to present … Continue reading
Dwayne McDuffie passed away yesterday due to complications from surgery. I feel compelled to share a couple of stories about him that mean a lot to me. Years ago, at Planet Comicon in Overland Park, KS, I was privileged to meet Dwayne … Continue reading
After Mark Millar had left the Authority and Warren Ellis’s Planetary had gone to the schedule of “whenever the hell they feel like coming out,” the WildStorm Universe needed a big name to come in and turn the whole line … Continue reading
Last year, I was more than a little harsh in my critique of Visioncon. I was hyper critical of nerd culture and a little unfair at times. Here we are though, 2011 and another year for the convention that some … Continue reading
Last week, I expressed my anger towards Star Wars. In order to defeat Star Wars, I have decided to take on the Deathstar Wing Challenge at local restaurant favorite Grad School. Before I take on the wings though, I have … Continue reading
Though it’s all but forgotten now, I still love the X-Files. The show had a profound effect on American mythology. In fact, I would go so far as to say that the X-Files was not only the show to define … Continue reading
I’ve had enough of complaining about comics. Let’s talk about a comic that everyone should read. From Rafael Albuquerque’s first cover for Superboy #1, I knew that I would be in love with this series, but then again, I’m biased.