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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 […]

Tattoo Stew

Here at the Ghosts of the Stratosphere, we sometimes love comics so much that we have to get them permanently printed on our bodies!     Do you have a […]

Stew’s Reviews: World’s Finest

It’s been a while! I mean, not for you. The nice thing about writing these in bunches is that even though it’s been a few weeks since I penned (boy, […]

Questions from the Peanut Gallery

It’s mail time here at the good ol’ GotS. Believe it or not, I have received a fair share of emailed questions from my loyal readers over the course of […]

Stew’s Reviews: Ms. Marvel

I haven’t done enough “older” comics on these reviews, and I recognize that. There’s a perfectly good reason for it, though, and it’s that, uh, I don’t tend to love […]

The Top Five Spider-Man Fights

This started off as a slightly different list. Originally, this was going to be my Top Five fight scenes of all-time in comic book history. It’s another one of those […]

Andy’s Read Pile: Emperor Doom

Hello Boys in the Backroom. In case you are having a rough start to your Monday morning, never fear. Andy’s back with another review of a comic that was released […]

Stew Reviews: Dragon Ball

This week is a little out of left field, perhaps, but is it really any more so than, say, The Life And Times of Scrooge McDuck, which was also initially […]

Shop Local

Shopping Local as Part of the Grand Design, Part 1 of 2 Howdy!  It’s Chad again!  Today’s actually going to be my tangential build-up for next week’s review. It’s all […]