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Monday, 27 March 2017 14:20
I have written twice before of the days in which a comics collector would have to go to several stores in order to get their favored books. I have thus far written about four such places, some better than others. But THIS time, I will be writing about the very BEST convenience stores in which I found my books!! Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Tuesday, 09 June 2015 13:38
Romance comics were published from 1917-1977 that depicted the love lives of young adults and teens, mostly in America. Joe Simon and Jack Kirby created the first romance comic book and published in 1947. Heavily influenced by the pulp fiction magazines and radio soap operas they came up with Young Romance. Several other titles followed and they all kept a similar formula. Some strayed a little and that's what we can find in “Weird Love”. These collected stories reprinted in one book are an absolute treat. The only thing missing are the old timer advertisements and advice columns that the originals had in them. Read more...
Published in Comic Book Reviews
Monday, 20 February 2012 11:59
3 Mysterious Characters, and a Man Who Could Fly If you're looking for a review or my take on the Pulp Fiction movie featuring the comeback of John Travolta you're in the wrong place. Websters dictionary defines Pulp Fiction as: dealing with lurid or sensational subjects, often printed on rough low quality paper manufactured from wood pulp. Origin 1950-1955 Americanism. My version of Pulp Fiction is The Shadow, The Spirit, The Phantom, and the Rocketeer. Seriously the Rocketeer? Yep and when we get there you will see why. First though lets talk about the first three. The names alone give me visions of fog, dark alleys, and evil afoot. That they all were created between 1930 and 1940 is fitting, that they all had a mysterious dark quality about them is a bonus, and the impact they have had and still have on comic books today is nothing less than phenomenal. Would Batman be Batman without the first three, would Deadman be half as good without them, heck name any dark brooding character of comics and you can see the "mask" the scarf, and the skull behind them. Read more...
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