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…and after all, you’re my Wonder Con

Today is the first day of Wonder Con and the unofficial start to convention season.  Brought to you by the same people who bring you Comic Con International in San Diego, Wonder Con is like the smaller brother of said convention.  In fact, I have heard it said that Wonder Con is what Comic Con … Continue reading …and after all, you’re my Wonder Con

The Avengers and The Amazing Spider Man

This summer is going to be awesome!  And here are two of the reasons why: First up, The Avengers!  Earth’s Mightiest Heroes!  This movie is going to be so much fun.     Then there is The Amazing Spider Man!  It seems too early for a reboot, but this looks like they are going a … Continue reading The Avengers and The Amazing Spider Man

My Current Favorite Comic Book…

…is The Defenders!  I gotta say, I love the art by Terry Dodson and, of course, the writing of Matt Fraction.  It involves a team of second string Marvel characters that come together to fight a common enemy.  The team is: Dr. Strange, Silver Surfer, She-Hulk, Iron Fist and Namor.  Kinda random, but I think … Continue reading My Current Favorite Comic Book…

DC Comics New Identity

  Yesterday, DC Entertainment unveiled its new brand identity and logo.  The new logo will be seen on comic books and graphic novels as well as other DC related websites and merchandise.  This is all part of DC’s radical revamping of the company.  If you remember, back in September, they relaunched their entire lineup of … Continue reading DC Comics New Identity

DC Comics and the New 52

A little over a month ago, DC Comics announced they are relaunching their entire line of monthly comics and resetting them back to #1 starting in September.  For those of you not familiar with the monthly numbering system, let me give you an overview: each comic book series numbers each issue, starting at #1.  Every … Continue reading DC Comics and the New 52

G.I. Joe #21 or why I used a dictionary for a comic book with no words

One of the comic books I collected regularly was Marvel Comics “G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero.”  I was a fan of the toys (as was every other boy my age) and the cartoon, so naturally the comic book was right up my ally.  I was on board pretty much from the beginning and to … Continue reading G.I. Joe #21 or why I used a dictionary for a comic book with no words