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A Universe in One Comic Book: Astro City Vol. 3, #24

Having celebrated Astro City‘s previous issue for demonstrating the series’ long overdue longevity, it fels incumbent to review the second half of the story, just to record how disappointing it was. 374 more words

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A Universe in One Comic Book: Astro City Vol. 3, #23

A year ago, I swore off blogging the new volume of Astro City. I was sick of writing blogs that amounted, in different ways, to saying that there’s nothing wrong with this, but it doesn’t do for me what it used to and I don’t know why. 619 more words

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Change Your Time Zone To Finish Your Song

Are you trying to finish your song, but you’re stuck?  Try experimenting with the element of time. Don’t let your use of time be happenstance. It’s a powerful tool if you use it wisely. 444 more words


strikeforce morituri 1: the last stand of the black watch

Strikeforce Morituri shows up on comic book nostalgia blogs every once in a while. The series had a great premise, one that would bear re-imagining at today’s Marvel. 194 more words

Science Fiction

Quarrel Misses A Step In Our Exclusive Preview Of 'Astro City' #20

If you read my comics reviews at all, you know how much I love Astro City. Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson do a brilliant job of giving superhero comics a touching, human dimension. 111 more words


Profesional de la Actividad Física ¡Sube el Listón!

Entre mis buenos propósitos que tampoco cumpliré en 2015 está ver al menos una clase diaria de Pilates Anytime (de lunes a viernes, claro). Me servirá para coger ideas pero sobre todo, para seguir mejorando mi inglés que tras 6 meses en Australia está mostrando ciertas muestras de estancamiento y yo de cierta frustración cuando quiero transmitir determinados detalles o conceptos en mis clases. 955 more words

Herramientas Pilates

Dazzler #3, 1981"Enter...Doom!"

OK, besides the fact that Dr. Doom couldn’t care less about what Dazzler would be doing, or the fact that the story is called “The Jewels of Doom (one must assume that jewels was referenced as a man’s cajonies by this time in history),” just sit back, relax, and enjoy the beautiful woman on roller skates that can kick butt! 109 more words

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