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Monthly Archives: August 2011
After Ultimates 2, Millar stepped away from the Ultimate universe for a couple of years. During his absence, Jeph Loeb took over for Ultimates 3 and while it was a more traditional super-hero story, it still had some elements of … Continue reading
I’m terribly excited for tomorrow that I can almost hardly wait. The last Flashpoint issue and the first Justice League have me chomping at the bit. I seriously cannot wait! Then, Geoff Johns has to go and write this on … Continue reading
Springfield doesn’t get many real comic book conventions. Sure, we get the occasional trade show and that’s fine, but in terms of authentic comic book shows with guests, it just never happens. And so, when I saw Rublecon on Facebook, … Continue reading
Greg Rucka has said something so concisely that I am jealous. Here it is and enjoy.
After numerous issues of in-fighting and build up, all of the pieces are in place for Millar’s endgame and he takes the series to its only logical conclusion – America’s arms race backfires. It’s the culmination of his entire run … Continue reading
Of the three Punisher films that have been made, most would probably put this film as the best and while it is certainly . . . what’s the word for it . . . the most “movie-esque,” Tom Jane’s The … Continue reading
Volume 2 of the Ultimates (sometimes referred to as Season 2) is not only vastly superior to the first, but I would argue that it is the best work of Millar’s career. It’s a fascinating meditation on the two most powerful … Continue reading
Miles Prower is a world-class gentleman, philosopher, movie reviewer, and former manager of the Pottery Barn. He has resided in Springfield his entire life and he thinks his movie tastes are better than yours, and he’s always right. Today’s Greatest … Continue reading
The last issue promised a battle between Thor and the combined might of the Hulk and the Thing and despite the lackluster run so far, this issue actually delivers in places. The fight choreography in between these three is really … Continue reading