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War is Hell #12, 1975 "My Love Must Die"

Truthfully, I’ve only read two issues of this series (War is Hell), but both were excellent. I don’t fully understand what the book and character are all about, but I do know that John Kowalski was a member of the U.S. 157 more words

Comic Books

Nightcrawler by Chris Claremont

This week, I want to look at the new run of Nightcrawler by Chris Claremont. It makes sense that it’s Claremont writing it – he’s put decades into the character. 986 more words


The Evolutionary Patterns of Homo Superior

You know what’s missing from Marvel comics these days? It’s not just the feeling of permanence in the storytelling or the overall quality in the product they put out on a monthly basis. 181 more words


The greatest comic week ever (pt. 2); To sign or not to sign

This blog has become a love-letter to Chris Claremont. I always knew that he played a key roll in many of my very favorite creative moments in comic books.  577 more words


Doctor Strange #41, 1980 "Maelstrom at the Center of Time"

I definitely wanted to sneak in some Doc Strange for Halloween, and what better way, than with a Man-Thing story! In this issue, we see the Doc in an adventure with not only Man-Thing, but also Jenifer Kale, Baron Mordo, a cult, and even Death itself! 88 more words

Comic Books

New Mutants #20 (1984, October)

Now that Thanksgiving’s over, it’s time for a week or so of leftover turkey. But for right, by Claremont and Sienkewicz, “Badlands.”

The Demon Bear has transported itself, the New Mutants, and the operating room Dani’s in, into an alternate version of America, one where Europeans haven’t yet arrived. 909 more words


Hugh Likes Comics: Wolverine

Written by Chris Claremont
Drawn by Frank Miller
Published by Marvel Comics

Love him or hate him, Wolverine is one of the most popular and exposed characters in Marvel’s stable of heroes.  473 more words