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[link]Toy Fair 2017:  Super7

Link to The Fwoosh

As much as i dig the animated Masters Of The Universe figures, the Robotech and Shogun ReAction figures peaked my interest. My Dad bought me vinyl figures of Roy Fokker’s Valkyrie and Mazinger that i lost on a field trip, and the reaction asthetic reminds me of them. 6 more words

Toys

Artist's spotlight: Kirby's world 

This week artist’s spotlight is Jack Kirby:

“I feel my characters are valid, my characters are people, my characters have hope. Hope is the thing that’ll take us through.”

Uncollected Thoughts: Neil Gaiman's 'Norse Mythology'

For the first time, I’m rather disappointed by a new Neil Gaiman book, especially when the subject seems to be so close to his heart and his skills. 245 more words

Books'n'stuff

Comic Artist Appreciation Column

By Carter Glace, Staff Writer

February 6 marks the anniversary of comic artist Jack Kirby’s death. The Marvel Comics creator left a legacy that will probably remain unchallenged as long as comic books are printed, having helped define the designs of Captain America, Fantastic Four, Hulk, X-Men, Black Panther, and several other Marvel and DC characters. 816 more words

Columns

The Weekly Haul (Blizzard Edition)

Good evening, all. The stash this week is a little light, but none the less great. I’m still working my way through reading last week’s haul, and didn’t get to go out for new books, but that didn’t stop me from finding plenty to read, nor did it stop Mr. 826 more words

The Weekly Haul

Marvel Rumbles Into March Doldrums

Well, this is a pretty rough month to chew through on Marvel Unlimited. There just aren’t a lot of exciting things happening, and title after title falls into the “20 pages of pointless combat” mold. 499 more words

70s Comics

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

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