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Keeping the Faith: A Requiem for Memorial Day

Note: While watching the several television programs devoted to commemorating Memorial Day this year, I came to the conclusion that many in the media confuse this day with Veterans Day, which is in November and recognizes the service of all United States veterans. 1,165 more words

Progressive Christianity

Review: Plastic Man and the Freedom Fighters #1, or Plas During Wartime

Let’s be clear about one thing right from the beginning: Plastic Man and the Freedom Fighters #1 was not what I was expecting. But that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. 956 more words

Plastic Man

Review - Mythic #1 (Image Comics)

Publisher: Image Comics
Writer: Phil Hester
Art: John McCrea
Release Date: 13th May, 2015 284 more words


Review: Mythic #1

Science is a lie, an opiate for the masses. The truth is, magic makes the world go ‘round. And when magic breaks, MYTHIC fixes it. Apache shaman Waterson, Greek immortal Cassandra, and cell phone salesman Nate Jayadarma are the crack field team assigned with keeping the gears of the supernatural world turning, and more importantly, keeping you from ever knowing about it. 222 more words


05/10/2015: Mythic #1 (Image)

This book has one of the worst logos I’ve ever seen, if the purpose of a logo is to be readable from across the room.  On the other hand, it’s really stylish, distinctive, and looks cool, so if that was what they were going for, then it’s a great logo. 137 more words


Four Comics I Want for NCBD: 2015/05/13



So Free Comic Book Day has come and gone. I’ve read a bunch of new books lately. and I am so jazzed to get to my local comic shop this week to get even more new books. 731 more words


Preview: Mythic #1

Mythic #1

Story By: Phil Hester
Art By: John McCrea
Cover By: John McCrea
Price: $1.99
Diamond ID: MAR150473
Published: May 13, 2015

Science is a lie, an opiate for the masses. 113 more words