NY Comic Con Photo Set

When you hang with your people, you make an album. One month after another successful year at NY Comic Con and I still can’t seem to come down from the joy and excitement. These are my people. Enjoy. See more photos on my Priime collection

NY Comic Con, Here I Come

Nerd Heaven: Year Two With so much joy pulsating through my fingers I type the following sentence: my tickets are purchased, and again, I am going to NY Comic Con! [insert three nerd-glasses emoji here] Moving to the greatest city in the world has its perks. Not only do I get to live in theContinue reading “NY Comic Con, Here I Come”

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”

2014, The New Year, And The Dreaded Resolutions: Part II

With life back in the states—now in New York—taking shape and slowly becoming a stable thing, I reflect on the last year and the year to come, and like every other forward-thinking human being, setting goals, I mean, why not, right? Going through 2014, I wanted to break down my favorite things about the year.Continue reading “2014, The New Year, And The Dreaded Resolutions: Part II”

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”

Batman: Year One – A Review

Year One: Two Paths Cross and A City is Changed Forever Gotham City is in need of a hero. Prostitution, thievery, corruption, drugs, and much worse happens each and every day, but on this special day, two heroes make their way towards the derailed city, sprouting hope and light onto the darkest of corners of GothamContinue reading “Batman: Year One – A Review”