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Face-Melting Goodness: The Effects of a Legion Marathon on the Central Nervous System of Your Humble Narrator

So I know I said last time that I didn’t want to do three film-related posts in a row. And I meant that. I fully intended this week to write about that stupendous stack of new funnybooks I bought last week. 2,120 more words


Laura, Chuck, and Logan: the Spoiler-Free Review

So I went to see Logan.

And, wow. This movie is a hell of a lot better than it has any right to be.

Seriously. My usual super hero movie review is “better than you might have been lead to believe,” or “good… for a super hero movie.” But there won’t be any of that here. 1,604 more words


Fantastic Four Remix, Part 5: Expanding Horizons

So here we are again, mixing up the Fantastic Four, recreating the strip from the ground-up for the modern era. I’m having a blast writing these things, and I appreciate the support the posts are seeing from a readership that doesn’t normally come here for this kind of crap. 6,284 more words


Binge & Purge: Getting Out From Under the Funnybook Backlog

So every once in a while, I let comics pile up. This happens to every serious monthly funnybook addict sometimes. You don’t get around to a new issue the week it comes out, and for one reason or another it sits in the “to read” pile, getting shifted behind the newer stuff, until the next one is released. 2,752 more words



So here we are again, reviewing funnybooks. Been awhile. Longer than I’d intended, honestly. But I need to recharge my batteries on these things every so often, and I guess the last month or two has been my time to do that. 2,653 more words


Dork Awards: The Ten Best Funnybooks of 2016

So here we are again. Another year is done, and that means it’s time once again for the Dork Awards. I’ve done this in a lot of different ways over the years, but this year I think I’m gonna just make it a top ten list. 1,942 more words


Fantastic Four Remix, Part Three: Fiendish Plots

So here we are, three chapters deep in my self-indulgent imaginings about how I’d reboot the Fantastic Four. After spending some time pondering the basics of the series… 6,738 more words