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What I thought of Nameless #2

Thoughts about #1.

I didn’t really think that the first issue of Grant Morrison’s latest comic was especially bad, but I didn’t think it was especially good, though there were signs that perhaps Morrison was trying to do something different for the first time in a while. 124 more words

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How Batman stories Inspire us to be better Human Beings

There is always a part of us, that thinks we can dodge the bullet, and its a brilliant part – even if we are wrong, we need it.  

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Batman

Behind the Scenes: The REAL AR Fox!

I didn’t know this when I started writing Aramis Fox, but there’s a wrestler out there who’s got the same name as my twitter account: AR Fox. 690 more words

Ar Fox

Review - Nameless #2 (Image Comics)

Publisher: Image Comics
Writer: Grant Morrison
Artist(s): Chris Burnham, Nathan Fairbairn
Release Date: 4th March 2015 368 more words

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U.S. Male

In the most recent issue of Multiversity, Grant Morrison once again brought his unique sensibilities to a well-worn comic-book theme – in this case, super-heroes versus Nazis – and uncovered new and interesting twists. 384 more words

Comic Books

Mutagens of the imagination

“Normal science, the activity in which most scientists inevitably spend most all their time, is predicated on the assumption that the scientific community knows what the world is like.

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Supergods: What Masked Vigilantes, Miraculous Mutants, and a Sun God from Smallville Can Teach Us About Being Human by Grant Morrison - A review

I have been reading comics for over 30 years now and hold a great love for the superhero genre. My love of superheroes extends beyond just reading and collecting comics. 891 more words

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