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Thursday, 02 March 2017 14:19
When you hear, Jail Bait and Trailer Trash, you might be thinking that your sister's boyfriend finally wrote his family's memoires, but it's actually something much better than that. Jail Bait and Trailer Trash is a collection of short stories in graphic novel format, written by Justin Gray. Read more...
Published in Interviews
Sunday, 24 January 2016 16:17
Back when I was young and sifting through my older brother’s comic collection, I used to stumble upon this quirky book called Suicide Squad. I’m not even sure I knew what “suicide” even meant at the time, but none of the characters at the time seemed very appealing to me. You had one guy with an all silver mask and a red eye, a guy that dressed like a cast member from Cats, a witch in every sense of the word...pointy hat and all, a weird guy dressed as a flight attendant and then, one character that I immediately recognized: THE PENGUIN! Of course now I know those other characters as Deadshot, Bronze Tiger, Captain Boomerang and Enchantress. Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Sunday, 08 March 2015 14:21
ladies-600x420Happy International Women's Day everyone! I have to say, I love recognizing this important day every year because, well, women are awesome! And the strongest people that I value the most in my life...happen to be women! And that needs to be celebrated, not just on IWD, but EVERY day. So, like last year, I will do one of my lovely lists and this time, truly focus on GIRL POWER. Scary, extinction-level girl power! Today, I will count down the most powerful female heroes in comics. And to narrow it down and not just put up a bunch of cosmic-powered characters from the 90's nobody has ever heard of...I'm focusing on HEROINES ONLY. And let's be honest here, I know that I can't possibly put this list in an order that everyone is going to agree with, so keep the complaints to a minimum and let's celebrate ALL of these awesome, empowering characters! So keep it down, trolls! Especially you, Pip! Read more...
Published in Let's Talk Comics
Tuesday, 16 September 2014 14:21
logo_montreal_comicconWell, it's that time of the year again, Bleeder Nation! Montreal ComicCon has wrapped and my hometown came out to celebrate comics and pop culture in droves! Over 51, 000 of the greatest fans in the world attended! Trekkers, Whovians, True Believers, Hulkamaniacs, Bat-Maniacs, Arrow-heads, Deadheads and everybody in between were all represented at this year's con and Belle Montreal let their geek flags fly! And ENR, eXpertComics, Hype Energy and Heroes of the North all teamed up to celebrate the festivities (with the ultra-talented DJ Vertigo providing the tunes and making our super-booth the spot to hang out at!). We'd like to first and foremost thank everyone that stopped by to join the party! But as always, I gotta start this year's coverage with the cosplay parade! Montrealers are some of the most creative people in the entire continent (and I ain't just saying that because I am one!), and this year they outdid themselves! Read more...
Published in Pop Culture
Tuesday, 29 July 2014 17:57
3rd leadIt has been several months since I read a comic book story starring DC Comics’ premier mighty Kryptonian super-hero Clark Kent/Superman.  Not that I intended to drop the character himself out my list of favorite DC Universe super-heroes, but rather it is that during the time being, there was not yet a particular major Superman event I was actually hungry to read. Plus, I happen to like the pre-New 52 Superman (as in the official saga of Superman as it was before being “rebooted” by DC Comics’ New 52 initiative, which happened back in 2011) more than I like the New 52 Superman. Fortunately, my local library has a number of Superman trade paperbacks/graphic novels that are bound to catch my interest.  So, I made another trip to that awesome place, and one book that got my attention to read was a graphic novel written by Kurt Busiek and Dwayne McDuffie called “Superman: The Third Kryptonian”.  Especially when the book included a story plot about Superman searching for the third person of his species to migrate on his current home planet Earth (with Superman and his cousin Kara Zor-El/Supergirl being the first and second respectively). This graphic novel reprints Action Comics (Series Vol. 1) No. 847, Superman (Series Vol. 1) No. 668-670, and Superman (Series Vol. 1) Annual 13. Now, on to the review, fellow readers.   Read more...
Published in DC Comics
Sunday, 22 June 2014 14:16
Nathan5Nathan Fillion is Nova!!! Wait...wait. The director, James Gunn, just tweeted. He’s not. Wait! Wait! He’s in a cameo! WE’LL TAKE IT! This has been the emotional roller coaster that we geeks have been going through in the last 48 hours. Finally, it had seemed that our darling Firefly/Serenity/Castle star had finally joined the Marvel family, and was all taken from us. And now, there’s a glimmer of hope. Nate may not be Richard Rider, but he will be SOMEONE, and you’re not going to give him a meaningless role. Heck, even Gary Shandling’s tiny role as Senator Stern has become memorable and spawned an internet sensation (see Captain America: Winter Soldier AND like, the internet). Read more...
Published in Movies & TV
Friday, 25 October 2013 10:44
DSC_0074Last weekend at NYCC (that’s New York Comic Con to those not in the know) a camera crew caused more than its share of outrage and disgust from cosplayers and fans alike. The crew, who wore shirts featuring a group of men a la’ Al Bundy’s No Ma’am and a label Man Up Face Down, were doing a show very much like the old Man Show from Comedy Central (that gave Jimmy Kimmel and Adam Carrola their start). Yet the humor they were attempting was a little more of the shock and awe style of South Park. It is a very popular form of comedy these days. It is a viable market that thrives off of over the top sexism (see Man Show, Spike TV and the like), vulgar chest beating and grunting of men being “real men”.  There seems to be a lot of males reaching backwards these days because all the testosterone seems to be fading from the culture. Read more...
Published in Convention Circuit
Sunday, 22 July 2012 15:59
Identity Theft | Columnists Crossover! Issue #1 | DarXide Is Bleeding An introduction to Identity Theft from DAMM - Senior Editor eXPress News and Reviews: It is my pleasure to introduce the first of what we hope at eXPress to become an annual event called Identity Theft. This is our giant summer crossover, this is our Secret Wars of Infinity Crisis United.The object of this crossover is simple.Having fun. Read more...
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