1872 Review

Hey kids! Remember Battleworld? That’s ok. Not many other people do, either. Battleworld happened waaaay back in the halcyon days of 2015, where Marvel Comics basically pushed the pause button on their regular line to regale readers with tales of places near and far or those never in between. The storyline justification happened during the…

Hallowed Weenie Favorites: Punisher: Franken-Castle

Hi kids! Today, as we’re rounding the bend to the big Hallowed Weenie, we’ll be taking a look at something truly horrifying: The Punisher. Specifically, we’ll dive into one of the few Punisher stories that works for me, Franken-Castle. I recently brought it up around 55:20 on our most recent podcast. We do a podcast!…

100-Page Giants! Swamp Thing: Halloween Horror and Batman Review!

Hi kids!   Today I’m going to be taking a break from playing with toys to check in on the hubbub that is the Walmart exclusive series of 100-Page Giant issues. Each month starting 3 months ago, DC has released a Batman, Teen Titans, Justice League, and Superman 100 pager that has at least one…

Ultraman Triple Threat TV/ Comic/ Toy Review!

Howdy kids! I’m back again with another segment meant to help fill the 4 inch scale action figure void in your lives. Last time around we looked at the Kamen Rider Shodo Vs. line. Today, we’re going to look at another line from the same folks at Bandai: Ultraman. Unlike Kamen Rider, which is practically…

Captain America: White by Loeb/Sale Review

Hi kids! Today I want to look at a six issue limited series much like its lead character, slipped out of time only to re-emerge years later: Captain America: White. To the best of my knowledge, this is the last published Loeb “color” collaboration following Hulk: Gray, Spider-man: Blue, and Daredevil: Yellow. Each miniseries (including…

Resurrecting Resurrection Man from the Bargain Bin!

Hi kids! This week we’ll be taking a look at a book that is definitely not for kids, DC’s Resurrection Man. I was able to pick up both trades for the New 52! story a ways back because of a handful of reasons: 1) I vaguely remembered hearing good things. It’s hard to believe the…

Art that Shapes Your Worldview

Too often in life, it’s too easy to get bogged down in what’s not working. I know I’m guilty of it. Being curmudgeonly can be fun. Whether it’s complaining about the wifi or the wife I should appreciate more out loud–it’s nice to let off steam. However, I know it’s important to focus on the…

Panels to Popcorn: Gotham by Gaslight Review

Howdy out there to our loyal followers! Andy Larson here, the host of the Ghost of the Stratosphere podcast and occasional movie fanatic. In this article, we are going to the unveiling a new concept on our blog which we hope will better simulate the kind of discussions we have on our podcast weekly. This…