With the release of Action Comics #1000 and the 80th anniversary of Superman I thought it was high time to revisit the greatest superhero of all…Bicycle Repairman! In a world full of Supermen it is important to know that the real superpower is the ability to fix a two wheeled, manually powered mode of
NerdSync is a pretty great channel over on the YouTube that deals with all things comic book related. Everyone should head on over there and just watch everything because, if you like comics, this is the place to find thoughtful and insightful takes on history, trivia and philosophy of the medium. And today they posted
I saw Logan a week ago and if I were a good blogger/critic I would have immediately wrote up my thoughts and threw them out there for the world to see with a clickbait-able title and some snarky and/or gushing praise and let the sweet, sweet page views roll in. Unfortunately I’m not that kind
So the big reveal from last week's Captain America: Steve Rogers first issue is that Captain America - Sentinel of Liberty and all-around nice guy - is actually a Nazi. Okay, not a Nazi exactly - a Hydra sleeper agent. But Hydra, no matter how many times it's been retconned over the years, has always
Every once in a wile you stumble upon something so cool you just have to share. Come to think of it that's actually the basis of the majority of blogs on the Internet. Anyway this is an example of a cool finding share on a blog. The other day I was bopping around the Interwebs
The long awaited Ant-Man movie was released in theaters this past weekend and film-goers worldwide stood up and said enthusiastically, "Hey, that wasn't as bad as we thought it was going to be." And actually it was quite good. Very good if you consider the difficulties in getting this thing made in the first place.
When Marvel announced it was going to do an Ant-Man movie my reaction was...meh. Ant-Man has never been my favorite character (and to my knowledge has never been anyone's favorite character) so the prospect of a film based on him do not really appeal to me. Then director Edgar Wright publicly left the project making
Oh the 60s. As far as comic books are concerned some truly amazing things were created and fantastic stories told. And some of the greatest most iconic art drawn. There is so much to love about Silver Age comics. And there was some of the most ridiculous and inane crap the world has ever seen.
“He had the power of the God of Thunder, as well as his hammer. And e’er since, that frog, newly dubbed Throg, uses yon hammer to protect his clan and stands e’er vigilant against any who would threaten them!” Yes, this was a thing that happened. The Mighty Thor, God of Thunder, spent three entire
Actually this post should be titled "Things I Like Now" because to be honest until recently I never liked Daredevil. Now I'm a complete convert. It may seem that after the success and critical acclaim of the new Daredevil series on Netflix that I am simply jumping on the bandwagon. I want to assure you