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Celebrating The Iconic Caped Crusader, Batman's 75th Anniversary

DALLAS, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) - Comic book fans across North Texas are celebrating the 75th anniversary of the debut of Batman today.

The “Caped Crusader” made his first appearance in 1939, and his since grown into a pop culture phenomenon. 395 more words


Near-Perfect Copy of Action Comics #1 Will be Sold on eBay

In a little less than a month, anyone looking to get his or her hands on a copy of the comic book that introduced the world to Superman will have an opportunity to vie for the legendary relic. 217 more words

What, me worry?

After all, who could have possibly done this?

And this?

Is wasn’t us, honest! Do we look like we could have done that?!

Quotes of the Day… 63 more words


Amazon vs Virginity

(reblogged from Lisa Henry on Booklikes.  You can see the original post here.)

As some of you may know, JA Rock and I have been advised by our publisher to change the title of our  569 more words

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Further thoughts on forgiveness

“Fuck You Poem #45

Fuck you in slang and conventional English.
Fuck you in lost and neglected lingoes.
Fuck you hungry and sated; faded, pock marked, and defaced. 194 more words


However improbable

Those of you who have been following this blog know that I am a huge fan of Sherlock Holmes in all his forms. That incisive logic, the abrasive but endearing ascetic quips, the neat Victorian one-liners, the cold exterior but deep love for those who get close enough… what’s not to love? 494 more words


Generation Lazy

This is the lazy generation. It sounds awful, but it’s the awful truth. Everything is electronic and instant and thoughtless.
The problem, however, does not solely lie in electric stairs and automatic windows; it’s deeper than that. 337 more words