I have been passing
by Zombie Tramp for a couple
of months now, which is highly unusual for me, being a huge Zombie fan, but I
finally broke down and picked up issue one and two, soon after reading the
first two issues, I was hooked and rushed out to get the rest of the run.
Zombie Tramp is an
impressive young lady who kicks the crap out of bad...
on Apr 6, 2015 12:15:00 am - 327 views | 0 comments
in the arms of mediocrity.
When I was in my late teens, I collaborated with my high
school buddy on a basic superhero comic. The story was simple: omnipotent Superman-type-character
gets transported to the distant future where he finds that humans have achieved
perfect harmony with each other and their environment. As he acknowledges...
up to speed on previous readings:
Now that I’m done reading all of the decent DC superhero
comics from the 80’s and 90’s, I decided to take a break from the spandex and
detour into something less savory. I’m in the mood for something a bit sordid
and street-level. It’s time to take a radical change in tone...
on Mar 29, 2015 10:25:00 pm - 479 views | 0 comments
“Sweeter than wine, softer than a
that moment of pure elation you experience on those rare occasions when
everything is just perfect. Like the first time you saw Star Wars: A New Hope
on the big screen or when you shared a first kiss with that girl you like. The
moments that leave an...
on Mar 15, 2015 3:50:00 pm - 692 views | 0 comments
The Hal Jordan Green Lantern is
probably my least favorite of the major DC heroes . As it is
written: to become a Green Lantern, you must meet the criteria that the eternal
majestic Guardians of the Universe have set forth. Before considered “worthy”
of being a ring-wielder, you must be an honest person that harbors no fear. The
on Mar 9, 2015 12:15:00 am - 848 views | 0 comments
is not the end; this is not the beginning…
the eve of some very continuity-shattering stuff about to go down within the “big-two”
universes, I am quietly doing a little “convergent” reading myself. It’s not “reality-shifting”
stuff, though, but “tonal-shifting”. I’m...
on Mar 1, 2015 5:15:00 pm - 998 views | 3 comments
Some general musings on the concept of " routine " as it applies to life and in relation to comic buying behavior:
say familiarity breeds contempt. I see this manifest in the comic fandom world
as much as IMDB or any other such forum where creative works are publicly
scrutinized. The words “ fan-fiction ” and “ pretentious...
on Feb 21, 2015 1:20:00 pm - 1190 views | 5 comments
opened an account here today with the intent to begin sharing my comic book
reading experiences publicly. During the latter part of 2014, I was hard at
work cataloging every issue in my collection over at stashmycomics.com. Due to
a recent move, I had to suspend the completion of this effort, pack my shit up
and start life over in a new town. Now all...
on Feb 21, 2015 12:25:00 pm - 1042 views | 0 comments
Being forcefully torn from the womb of reality, I kick and scream into this internet blog. Ten years too late. Fifty dollars short. I don't care. This is my wasted opportunity. Come ignore this space at your leisure.
Just to be clear; this will not be a flashy blog full of attention grabs and shocking testimonials. I hope to have nothing food related or include any...