I'm a long time fan of G.I. Joe back to the 80's where my collection started. Today, I love "The Walking Dead", "Uncanny X-Men", "Captain America", "Fantastic Four" and still read "G.I.Joe"
I’ve always loved Sci-fi from the first moment a Corellian Corvette flew across the screen being chased by a Star Destroyer. That was part of why I fell in love with comics but as of late, I have been looking to get away from the flying super heroes who shoot lasers out of their eyes or are impervious to bullets.
So when Dynamite Comics released “The Lone Ranger” I had to get in on this one and I can say that I have not been disappointed. Here is an escape from universe ending super villains who can breathe air in a vacuum.- read more
Over the last few months I've turned my collecting interests in a direction that I would have never believed I would go. I started collecting -Doo comics from DC. I know what you're thinking, WHY????
The answer is a bit funny. I remember the "old" -Doo cartoons from 1969 and the 1970's. Though I'm not ashamed of admitting my age (39), I do remember the re-runs and how much I loved those "meddling kids". Over the years I grew out of -Doo, mainly forced out with the advent of Scrappy-Doo, but recently I've been pulled back in by my 5 year old daughter.- read more
I was looking for something different to read, getting away from the super hero comics that dominate my collections. I wanted something different and since I loved all those walking dead/zombie movies and most of the 80’s B rate zombie flicks, I honed my search for a good zombie title.
That’s when I came across Image’s “The Walking Dead” series. From the first issue I was hooked and had to read more. It was not just the storyline that grabbed my attention; it was the feel of the comic that kept me coming back issue after issue. These comics made me feel like the first time I watched “Night of the Living Dead” and the moment when the first zombie smashed the man’s head off the tombstone.- read more
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