Christmas in the Country

A Three Part Story, Accompanied by Three Photos • They put in the effort, but it does sometime seem strained, like they forgot they were supposed to be trying, so, of course, I don’t feel at home out here. It’s like our dinners in the country are something of a different world compared to thoseContinue reading “Christmas in the Country”

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”

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”

My Favorite Things: Tattoo Instagrams

Here are my favorite tattoo specific Instagram accounts. I’m a big fan of tattoos. I follow about 20 tattoo Instas. Some of these share their outstanding tattoos, some are flat-out amazing artists with their own style, and then some share an array of artists and styles to show me new things. I have a few tattoos myself, and I plan onContinue reading “My Favorite Things: Tattoo Instagrams”

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”

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”