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Puck of Pook's Hill

Puck, the mischievous imp of English folklore, also known as Robin Goodfellow, was immortalized in William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The origins of this merry trickster figure are, however, far older and darker.  772 more words


Hobgoblin: The review

so its that time of the year yet again, a time of love and joy, of stupid costumes and consuming so much sugar that diabetes may be a problem in your future, no, i’m surprisingly not talking about Christmas but Halloween, that day of the year were children are allowed to approach strangers and ask for candy without it being weird in any way, for us beer lovers how ever its also the time of the year when every pub seems to have a hobgoblin on tap. 551 more words


Can Villains be Heroes?

Sometimes when I read comics I find myself wondering, could villains ever be heroes? Could they randomly decide to change their way of life after years of evil acts? 305 more words


I truly love New Comic Book Day

Aaaaaaand I’m back with a new blog layout. I apologize for the short hiatus I went on but I have been really busy catching up. In case you’ve been wondering, here’s what I have been up to: 81 more words


Axis: Hobgoblin #1 (Marvel)

Rating: 4/5 - Satirical and Humorous with a Darker Ending.
by ComicSpectrum reviewer Shawn Hoklas.

Although the big Axis event is a serious superhero story with big battles and dire consequences, the Hobgoblin mini-series that has launched out of it doesn’t take itself as seriously, and because of that works all on its own. 499 more words


Wychwood Hobgoblin

Trick or treat!

Hobgoblin – Dark English Ale
Wychwood Brewery (Witney, Oxfordshire, England)
ABV: 5.2%


Writer's Quote Wednesday: Hobgoblins and Inconsistency

In keeping with the Halloween motif, I added a Halloween poem, “Dwelling in His Shadow,” to Poetry Archives. Penned in 1982, the poem was inspired by sleeping outside on Halloween night.   209 more words