Monthly Archives: July 2013

Rocketeer/Spirit: Pulp Friction #1 Review

When this mini series was first announced, my first response was: “Wait, what? I’m it sure I get it…”. But, it was coming hot on the heels of Cargo of Doom and Hollywood Horror – two stellar Rocketeer mini series … Continue reading

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Lazarus #2 Review

I’m beginning to see Lazarus as a futuristic Game of Thrones, right down to the twincest aspect of the it all. And you know what? I’m fine with that. Lazarus certainly isn’t doing anything 100% original, but it’s still one … Continue reading

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Constantine #5 Review

I’m one of the few people out there (at least, I feel like the minority) that has enjoyed Constantine from the start. Sure, once Jeff Lemire stopped co writing it, there was a quality dip, and, yes, I wish it … Continue reading

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Justice League Dark #22 Review

So far, Trinity War has been the best big event since Flashpoint. Geoff Johns did an excellent job in Justice League and JLA laying the groundwork, and now, Jeff Lemire steps up to the plate with Mikel Janin at his … Continue reading

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Hawkeye Annual #1 Review

If I’ve had one problem with the past three issues or so of Hawkeye, it’s been that they haven’t really done anything for the plot of the book. The annual certainly doesn’t do anything for the overall plot either, but, … Continue reading

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Batman/Superman #2 Review

There’s one thing I love about this book, and one thing I really don’t like. I love Greg Pak’s writing, but can’t stand Jae Lee’s artwork. Overall, this issue is actually really good, and I know that a lot of … Continue reading

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Larfleeze #2 Review

So far, Larfleeze has been such a great book. The first issue was witty, action packed, and a whole lot of fun, which is really not a surprise coming from the killer creative team of Keith Giffen and JM DeMatteis. … Continue reading

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Day 10 – Dream vs. Match

Scott Snyder vs. Scott Lobdell. It doesn’t even have to be a physical beat down, and it probably would be entirely verbal anyways. Essentially, what this is is my favorite author verbally beating down the racist, neo nazi, misogynistic pig … Continue reading

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Day 9 – Most Touching Comic Book/Scene

At the end of the day, there are a ton of the answers to this. You could go with “We’ll always be friends” from the last issue of Geoff Johns’ Green Lantern. You could go with the death of Johnny … Continue reading

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Our Media Has Failed Us

It’s a bold claim. Sadly, it’s actually quite true. Don’t believe me? Go turn on your TV, and turn it to any “news” channel. You know what they’re talking about? Right now,  probably the royal baby. They might be talking … Continue reading

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