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What, Me Worry?

Propaganda must not investigate the truth objectively and, in so far as it is favourable to the other side, present it according to the theoretical rules of justice; yet it must present only that aspect of the truth which is favourable to its own side… 433 more words


Comic Reviews 1/18/17 - DC and Kill or Be Killed

Batman #15

Tom King and Mitch Gerads give Batman and Catwoman the bittersweet love story they’ve always deserved.

After spending the night together, Selina runs from Batman one more time, and Batman has to chase her, one more time, along the way, finding out what really happened to those 237 people at the orphanage. 1,142 more words



Title : ‘Haunted’ 
Published by Murray Comics, Australia
Reprints of 11 DC Comics stories.
Colour cover; Black and White interior
Magazine size, 84 Pages
Cover Art : Jim Starlin (as stated on the Grand Comics Database website) 40 more words


Euro Thursday Review: Hook Jaw

In the troubled waters off Somalia, a rag-tag group of marine scientists studying a pack of female great white sharks find themselves caught in a conflict between pirates and the might of the US Navy. 361 more words



The boys explore Sam Adams Chocolate Bock while discussing Superman.  Rob defends his longtime dislike of Supes, and how the big man compares to other superheres in the Marvel and D.C. 17 more words


Trailer Time: Logan Trailer #2 (2017) *The Wolverine Unleashed"

Logan’s first trailer was one of the best I’ve seen for any film in a long time and raised my hopes for Hugh Jackman’s final go-round as the claw-popping X-Man sky high.   192 more words


Introducing the Kamandi Challenge!

I’ve written before about my interest in Kamandi, “The Last Boy on Earth,” the futuristic adventure series Jack Kirby created for DC Comics in 1972. 1,093 more words