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Wednesday, 21 September 2016 17:30
"Return To Smallville -- The EPIC Conclusion!" So screams the cover copy for DC Comics Man Of Steel #6 ! This is the final issue in John Byrne's retelling of the Legend! This issue starts as Superman, on sabbatical, is flying into Smallville. He is there to visit his parents for a few days. Once he actually IS in town, Superman, using his super speed, changes into Clark Kent. "Clark Kent can mingle with the arriving passengers, and look for all world like I just got off of the bus from Kansas City!" Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Thursday, 04 August 2016 01:22
It is hard to believe, but it has been thirty years this month that the first two issues of John Byrne's Superman: The Man Of Steel miniseries arrived in comic book shops!  Superman: The Man Of Steel # 1 (with two covers) arrived on July 10th 1986. One cover depicted Clark Kent just starting to change into Superman, in a closeup of the famous Superman " S " emblem. That is the one that I first bought all of those years ago, and my favorite even today. The story is standard in some ways. We get the explosion of Krypton, Kal-El being transported to Earth just prior to the explosion, being discovered by the Kent's and growing up to become Superman. It is all there. Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Friday, 01 April 2016 15:30
A die hard Batman Fangirl reviews the Man of Steel sequel, where there really isn’t much of Man of Steel. Spoilers ahoy! Seriously. Read more...
Published in Movie Reviews
Thursday, 20 June 2013 13:54
family 1You Can Choose Your Friends... Look at all your favourite superheroes. Some patrol the downtown streets of Gotham, hunting villains by shadow and night. Some web-sling between sky rises to track criminals as they speed across town. Some take to the skies, exemplifying the best in us with a red cape and a symbol.   Whether they are from Midtown, Wayne Manor or Krypton, key moments in the lives of our superheroes and super heroines – that have made them the people we know and love – can be defined by the interactions between their families and themselves. It’s at the core of comics. Maybe you don’t want to see it now, maybe you think some comics are too dark but it’s there. With this column, I’m not here to discuss storytelling values or how comics have come of age. I may only touch upon moral aspects loosely. Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Friday, 11 May 2012 12:12
 Mothers Day Mother’s Day is, believe it or not, an actual holiday. It was declared a federal holiday, in the United Sates, in 1914.  Good thing I looked that up because I was going to go on a rant about how it must’ve been made up by some undeserving mothers who always think they deserve more credit then they deserve. Funny thing is, comic book moms are much like real life moms. Loving, caring and often times crazy.   Read more...
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