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Sunday, 29 November -0001 19:00
This fall, a new day will shine on the Marvel Universe with your favorite heroes, your favorite creators…where every story is an event! Read more...
Published in Breaking News
Monday, 10 April 2017 17:08
My readers have heard me speak reverently several times in the past about the Rock Bottom Bookshop, which I frequented in my childhood. We comic book fans of a certain era, pre-comic shops, and WAY before Previews, you could never be sure that you would get the books that you wanted. That is why I loved going to the Rock Bottom! The Rock Bottom, an institution in our town nowadays, was founded and managed by Ms. Wilda (NOT Wilma) Hardin. Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Tuesday, 28 March 2017 19:24
Face it, comic book fans – you just hit the jackpot! Your eyes do not deceive, True Believer. Mary Jane Watson is getting a superhero overhaul this June at your local comic shop for a series of MARY JANE WATSON VARIANTS coming to your local comic store! To celebrate the launch of the highly-anticipated new series, Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #1 – one of the most iconic Spider-Man characters ever takes the Marvel Universe by storm and steps into the boots of its most famous heroes! Read more...
Published in Breaking News
Monday, 06 March 2017 13:53
I just finished re-reading my friend Rob's book "Hey Kids, Comics!!" (the book was named after a website of his)! The book is filled with essays by various comic book pros and fans alike. And a common theme in these essays, is that of how much of a struggle it could be to hunt down your favorite comics (back in the day, you had to cover some ground in order to get to ALL of your favorites). And , those essays served to remind me of how lucky I was as a kid growing up in the 1970's. Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Tuesday, 10 May 2016 22:58
Ah, Mother's Day! It is a time to give a well earned tribute to the women that we call Mom! And, in this column, I want to give tribute to my own mother, Mrs. Hazel L. Frazier! It was, after all, my mother that bought for me my very first comic book (it was a copy of the Amazing Spider-Man #138). I had seen Spider-Man on the Electric Company, and loved the segment. I asked my mother for a Spider-Man comic, like the one that the misanthropic J. Arthur Crank (as played by the late Danny Boyd) is reading at the beginning of the show. And, my Mother, knowing NOT what she was getting into, went out and bought me a Spider-Man comic book!! Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Sunday, 31 May 2015 17:33
So, it all but looks like the Marvel Universe will be getting the do-over treatment once their mega-event Secret Wars comes to its conclusion. Which could be called a bit redundant, since DC Comics did it not even 5 years ago. But I personally always choose to look at the situation “glass half full”, and absolutely refuse to see ONLY the bad effects from flushing away decades of continuity in one fell swoop (actually, I already did that in another column months ago). After all, it’s now happening no matter what. I might as well look forward to the ushering in of a whole new age of Marvel comics! More importantly, a whole new era for creators who may have never even gotten the chance to work on certain titles a chance to start from scratch and rebuild these heroes from the ground up. Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Tuesday, 14 April 2015 14:54
The comic world is mourning the loss of a dear legend. Herb Trimpe was credited with illustrating many memorable stories over his 45 year career for many different publishers including Marvel, IDW and Dark Horse on such titles as G.I. Joe, Iron Man, Defenders and Rawhide Kid. Most notably, Herb is known for pencilling Incredible Hulk #180, which is regarded as the first full appearance of one of the most iconic superheroes of all time, Wolverine. Read more...
Published in Breaking News
Tuesday, 31 March 2015 14:15
Sometimes you get lucky. Sometimes a character or property comes along by chance or curiosity and surpasses all expectations. Sometimes those worlds become like second homes and the characters like real friends. I recently got lucky in this way when I read Thomas Rottinghaus’ Graywullf: Book One of the Dragonspawn Trilogy. The book’s author is a Colorado native and lives about an hour and a half from me. This is also his first book and it is self-published. You see, these elements alone had me wanting to read the book, I mean everyone roots for the home team right? But when I was given a copy for review I was greatly pleased with the results. To read that review click here and you will be redirected. After reading this unique fantasy built on common elements I had to talk to him about the work. But as is so often the case I wanted to talk less about story content than writer’s process. What follows is an interview I conducted with Rottinghaus via email after I reviewed it. Read more...
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