I know. More Michael Moorcock shite. Before you start thinking I have some sort of rager for this guy or something, let me explain.See I wanted to read more high fantasy comics…y’know Swords and Sorcery stuff. And I didn’t want to read more Conan, cause that’s cool and all but […]
Ok, gang of four, its time to get back to one of the bread n’ butter parts of the blog: The Read pile reviews. You know the drill, I tell you about a comic book I’ve been reading and what I thought of it. You shower me with praise and […]
So I just noticed that most of my reviews on the comic read pile posts have been somewhat positive. Meaning, I’ve yet to really review or talk about any series that I thought just stunk up the joint, like spoiled meat in a dirty diaper. That all changes with today’s […]
Prior to the 2004 movie, I never paid the “Hellboy” universe much attention. It was something I knew about and read bits and pieces of mainly as supplemental previews in old comic magazines like Wizard or the back pages of Madman Adventures. But that all changed once that movie came […]
I was trying to remember why I hadn’t done a Read pile entry about Rick Remender’s Uncanny X-force, the 36 some issue run that I read again yesterday evening while trying to choke down the Oscars. But really, but as I was reading it I remembered why I didn’t write […]
One day my read pile looked at me and said: “Seriously. I’m huge. My bulk is ridiculous. You read too slow, slowface. Pick up the pace or like Khrushchev…I will bury you”. One can’t seem to argue with such logic, so I sat down and finished one series in a […]
It’s been a little while since I’ve been so pumped about writing a review that I didn’t wait at all to get around to doing it. Yes sir, finished this group of comics last night late, and Bam! It’s already Review time! So what could be that great that it […]
Let’s talk turkey, folks. Time for another edition of my never ending read pile. On this week’s installment, we’ll be tackling a little known series from mid 70s Marvel written by Steve Gerber called Omega the Unknown. For those of you that know me personally, you’ll find that my comic tastes were pretty heavily influenced by my older brother, Dave.