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Word?! 451 Media - Book to watch for this week Self Storage #1

This was first talked about Investcomics.com – like last week’s out of nowhere Sunflower #1, 451 Media is dropping a new series, Self Storage #1… 131 more words

Recent Snags #4: Modest PGX Haul

I’m going to take a quick break from discussing graded comics (CGC vs CBCS vs PGX) to take a moment to talk about…graded comics.

Compared to some, my book collection might be considered modest (around 5k+ books or so, last I bothered to keep track). 3,451 more words


We Likes the Comics, We likes the Grading

There are two “camps” of comic book collecting:  those who slab and those who don’t. I readily admit, I am in the first group and I’m perfectly happy to stay put. 846 more words

Comic Books

WEEK IN REVIEW July 30 / Post 300

This is my 300th post. Yay! I’ve been lacking in the posts recently but I’m still doing at least one post a week!

Not a whole lot has been happening in the last few weeks comic speculation wise, however, in the last few days some really good news came out about Paul Pope’s creator owned series Battling Boy. 331 more words

Choice Based Credit System

What is “Choice Based Credit System” ???

This is a budding question in the minds of every student seeking admission in university of delhi.Recently,’University Grants Commision’ (UGC)came up with a program called Choice Based Credit System. 448 more words


Position Paper on Higher Education: Academics for Creative Reform

“The manner in which the state is intervening in higher education is causing concern and even alarm in the academic community. Both the unlamented UPA—II regime and the current NDA government have been remarkably similar in their authoritarian impatience to introduce wholesale changes without adequate or careful preparation. 96 more words

Bad Ideas

Implement CBCS from next academic year: President to Universities

Observing that there are diversities in evaluation systems in the country, he said students in the past have suffered in the acceptance of their credentials across the university system and in accessing employment opportunities. 118 more words