Green Hornet #20 by Brian Denham Sometimes, it’s just the simple color scheme that gets me. The blacks & greens just pop-off the red background, making the Green Hornet to appear simply striking and ready for action. The hints of yellow help capture the eye, and make the image as a whole feel complete. I [...]
Doctor Who #12 by Mark Buckingham Just to get us all in the holiday spirit, why not start things off with everyone’s favorite Time Lord? Those Santas do not look friendly, so maybe all they really need to warm their robotic hearts is a little loving from The Doctor? I like Buckingham’s old-timey Christmas feel [...]
Annihilators #2 by Guy Davis I find it funny that so far, I’m enjoying the variant covers of this mini-series more than the originals. Also funny? They’ve both been by Dark Horse artists. Who’s the next cover going to be by, Eric Powell?? All kidding aside, [...]
Podcast: Play in new window | Download In this 2010 wrap-up, I discuss my favorite writers, artists, series, story arc, single issue, and graphic novel. Best Writers – Robert Kirkman, Scott Snyder, Gabriel Ba & Fabio Moon, Geoff Johns, Bryan Q. Miller Best Artists – Amanda Conner, Gabriel Ba & Fabio Moon, Gabriel Hardman, Tommy [...]
I decided to try and come up with a list of Geek Guys that should be in a calendar. This was a very tough process.
In this special episode, Cammy the elf helps you with some gift suggestions for that special geek in your life. In this episode I’m joined once again by Art (Fourth Wall Comics Podcast) and Matt (Duke Of Douche) to discuss the final three episodes of the first season of The Walking Dead on AMC, followed [...]
Some of these are hilarious and sadly true. They also run a parallel with all the clichés from movies. The more things change, the more they stay the same. Snippet: 44. This Spaceship Is Turning Sideways Because It’s Exploding You can tell things are going wrong with a science-fiction environment when Mode-7 kicks in. On [...]
I always wondered how a single mother with a couple of children (or, a single father, for that matter) who works two, sometimes three jobs, or a job that runs 12-15 hours each day, would fare as a superhero. Tired, I think. Picky about how and when he/she saves someone. Rumpled. In that regard, supporting [...]