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Wednesday, 17 May 2017 18:11
For a lot of people picking up a book from a new author, or just new to the reader, can be intimidating. It can be like going on a blind date. What will they talk about? What will they look like, what if we have nothing in common? Lucky for readers books are better than blind dates. You can take your time to get to know them slowly, if needed, or dive right in and get to know everything about them in hopes of a second date. Either way taking a chance on a new book is far less painless and you don't even need to comb your hair if you don't want. Read more...
Published in Pop Culture
Sunday, 26 July 2015 17:41
So, I’ve reviewed quite a few comics in over 4 years of writing Full Page Bleed, and while I have reviewed my friends’ books previously, this one is a little different... Jose Holder  is a comic book artist, conceptual/storyboard artist (he’s provided boards for such movies as Warm Bodies, Orphan, Red 2, Brick Mansions and he’s currently working on Bryan Singer's X-Men: Apocalypse), writer and director and above all else...Jose’s a huge mentor of mine. I’ve known him for about 16 years and he’s taught me pretty much everything I know about the inner workings of the comic book and art world. A lot of the guy I am today is because of Jose. Read more...
Published in Comic Book Reviews
Monday, 29 June 2015 14:23
A hundred years is a long time! In 1915, there were many major events of note: The President was Woodrow Wilson, a Democrat who was keeping the US out of the World War in Europe. The British Ocean Liner, the Lusitania, was sunk by a German submarine (1,195 people lost their lives.128 of those were American citizens). Filmmaker D.W.Griffith released "Birth Of A Nation", and Boston Red Socks won the World Series. It was into this turbulent world, on June 19th of 1915, that a baby was born who would grow up to have a tremendous and lasting impact on the world of fandom, and the world of comic books! The baby's name was Julius "Julie" Schwartz. June 19th of 2015 would have been Schwartz' ONE HUNDRETH birthday, and it is hard to imagine how different the world of comics (and of fandom in general) would have been had he not existed. Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Tuesday, 25 November 2014 12:24
gotham4This was the last episode until January, a mid-season break or whatever it’s called. It’s a shame really because the show is just starting to get good and picking up momentum. Hopefully viewers don’t forget to start watching again when it returns. The show started off a little slow, some of the action scenes were awkward and the origin stories of some of the well-known characters weren’t sticking to the true origins and it was unclear how that was going to pan out.   Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Wednesday, 02 October 2013 10:40
hp leadOctober is finally here and that means horror stories and Halloween are the in the spotlight. For true horror fans, it’s Halloween everyday of the year, but it’s nice that once a year the love for all things, gory, spooky and horrifying is more widely recognized an appreciated. Here are a couple of comic books to get Shocktober off to a start. H.P. Lovecraft’s Haunt of Horror #1 of 3, art, cover art and adapted by Richard Corben, letters by Jeff Eckleberry.  Published by Marvel and is rated for explicit content. Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Wednesday, 01 May 2013 10:35
pacific_rim-wideROBOTS VS. MONSTERS! It's a concept that every little boy (and grown men who absolutely REFUSE to grow up) dreams about...pretty much on a daily basis. Yes, ladies...when you think we are listening to you talk about...stuff, we are thinking about robots vs. monsters. Sorry. And this summer, in time to duke it out with Superman, Iron Man and the crew of the Enterprise for box office supremacy comes the latest visual spectacular from the brilliant mind of Guillermo Del Toro (director of the Hellboy films and Pan's Labyrinth), Pacific Rim.   Inspired from everything from classic Japanese monster movies like Godzilla to H.P. Lovecraft's works and Francisco Goya's The Colossus, Del Toro is about to blow our minds with this one. Read more...
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