New Comic Book Reviews Week Of 9/24/14
This was another brutal week with a flood of new books this week. DC is pumping out Futures End #1 and there are some that I review this week. So let’s get started. Adventurers of Superman #17 DC Comics Writers Jerry Ordway/Steve Niles/Kelly Sue DeConnick, Artists Steve Rude/Matthew Dow... Read more
LA County Fair caters to geeks…again.
It’s that time of year again for the Los Angeles County Fair in Pomona. As you contemplate the chocolate dipped bacon or the bacon sprinkled doughnuts for a snack, run, don’t walk to Building Number 8 to see a heroic exhibit. Once again, Building Number 8 is home to... Read more
15 Movies That Left An Impression On Me Pt 1
There has been a lot of these lists going around on Facebook lately and I have been nominated to do said list. Well for me picking just 15 films over the thousands of movies that I have seen over the years is nearly impossible. There are a lot of... Read more
Action Comics #1 (1938) Sells for $3.2 Million Dollars
A nearly perfect copy of the most highly sought after holy grail of comics has sold for $3,207,852.00 in the most watched auction in comics history. Rare golden and silver age comics have been setting record prices recently and there seems to be no end in sight. This copy... Read more
New Comic Book Reviews Week of 6/25/14
Each week I try to catch up with reviews in the hopes that I could maybe get some recent comics from the past few week but there are just so many new books hitting the racks that keeps that from happening. I can always hope that I will catch... Read more
Jack Kirby Case Could Change US Copyright Standards
The heirs of Jack Kirby are appealing to the United States Supreme Court and if they win it could change US copyright for Comics, Movies, Television, Music and more. Currently US copyright had a major change in 1976 that was 75 years after life of the creator plus 50... Read more
WonderCon 2014 Day 3
Today was the last day of WonderCon Anaheim and I spent most of the day in artist alley that I had not had a chance to see on Friday or Saturday. Artist Alley is where you will find artist of all kinds selling artwork, sculptures, books, comics and anything... Read more
Comic Book Reviews Week of 2/26/14
Well this week there are some real disappointments with some of the new books that started this week. But there were some surprises too so lets see how everything fairs this week. Deadly Class #2 Image Comics Writer Rick Remender, Artist Wes Craig, Colorist Lee Loughridge, Letterer Rus Wooton... Read more
Why is it Hard to Find A Friendly Comic Shop?
Every Wednesday I like thousands of other comic book fans head to their local comic shop and pick up new comics and graphic novels. Yet for many people and mostly women it’s hard to find a friendly comic shop in their area. A recent study put the number of... Read more
Flipperspiel Wunderland
I am always on the lookout for arcades. There are so few around now that going to one is like taking a step back in time to when I visited local Los Angeles and Orange County arcades in the 1980’s and 1990’s before the implosion of the market in... Read more