Panel-to-Panel, My Favorite Comics of 2016

From the Hundreds Read, Here Are Some Highlights MY FAVORITES (in no particular order) Moon Girls and Devil Dinosaur (Marvel Comics, Brandon Montclare) A young, smart, girl of color who is single-handedly stealing the hearts of Marvel fans and edging her way into great-importance in the Marvel Universe. Add in some social commentary on theContinue reading “Panel-to-Panel, My Favorite Comics of 2016”

Batman: The Killing Joke – A Review

Comic vs Animated Movie… Two Sides of the Same Coin? Days before the 2-day theatrical release of Batman: The Killing Joke, all the headlines pointed to one huge mistake the filmmakers made when adapting such a major comic story into an animated film: the fact that they changed the whole story. Okay, okay, that mayContinue reading “Batman: The Killing Joke – A Review”

The Long Halloween & Dark Victory – Quick Reviews

Journeying through the Dark Knight’s early crime fighting days. We saw Batman begin his journey into crime fighting, and having a rough time at it, on Batman: Year One. A lot has changed since then, we have some new bad guys terrorizing Gotham City and we also have some new friends, if you could evenContinue reading “The Long Halloween & Dark Victory – Quick Reviews”

God Loves, Man Kills – A Review

The X-Men take on racism, segregation, bigotry, and discrimination; it’s brilliant! When anyone argues with me about the legitimacy of comics, I quickly point them towards a couple of my favorites: Maus, Watchmen, and X-Men: God Loves, Man Kills. Taking on the topic of racism is no easy task, such a sensitive subject can beContinue reading “God Loves, Man Kills – A Review”

A Man Without A Country – A Review

Kurt Vonnegut chats with us about life, art, politics, and more. I think it’s safe to say that anyone that has ever read Kurt Vonnegut has hoped to one day be able to sit down and chat with him, about everything from life and sex, to technology and politics. Well, with the 2005 collection of essays,Continue reading “A Man Without A Country – A Review”

Marvel Now! Teen Heroes Pack – Quick Reviews

A new age in Marvel heroes takes over, will they last? Earlier this year, Marvel release a cool little pack including teenage heroes from the Marvel Now! series. Including their first run at a Muslim superhero, a new team of heroes fighting for the right to be the world’s defenders, an old hero with a new origin,Continue reading “Marvel Now! Teen Heroes Pack – Quick Reviews”

Days of Future Past – A Review

The most famous mutant superheroes take on time travel and save the world before it was ever even in trouble in The Uncanny X-Men: Days of Future Past Well, for starters, the whole storyline they sell you in the Marvel comic app is pretty pointless, I feel like the whole Days of Future Past story isContinue reading “Days of Future Past – A Review”

10 Free comiXology Comics: Check Them Out!

Just here to show you that you can find some great comics outside of the Marvel and DC world (and yes, maybe some crappy ones as well). These quick reviews will give you an idea of what comics are out there, non-Marvel and non-DC, and which are even going for FREE right now over at comiXology.Continue reading “10 Free comiXology Comics: Check Them Out!”

The Dead vs The Dying

Comparing Marvel Death Stories: Marvel Zombies vs Deadpool Kills The Marvel Universe In the last week, I delved into two different Marvel comics dealing with total death throughout the Marvel universe. Cheery subject, right? One story seeks it while the other is consumed by it. I don’t know why, but I think I can compare these twoContinue reading “The Dead vs The Dying”

leveL: a web comic

A quiet boy thrown into an adventure to find out the secrets of leveL… hmm, not sure if I’m talking about Cael or myself… Because of the many projects I work on daily, I have to keep a strict schedule to get anything done at all, it’s just how I prefer to work. During myContinue reading “leveL: a web comic”