Me voy a dar unos minutos para recordar a aquellas personas que nos dejaron este año. Cabe decir que no necesariamente formaron parte del mundo geek. 140 more words
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It starts with Santa Claus being blown up.
It ends with one of the most garish gifts in the DC Universe.
It features six super-heroes behaving criminally stupid in an… 1,140 more words
Welcome to Tentacle Tuesday! We now have an official logo for T.T., courtesy of my husband and fellow blogger. It’s brand-spanking new, so here it is in a fairly high resolution. 399 more words
This piece represents an attempt to pick apart Doomsday Clock for a detailed exam of what Johns and Frank are doing. I’m stating up front that my efforts are going to be imperfect: other readers are going to catch things that I won’t, and vice-versa. 3,350 more words
Marvel fans are getting ready to stand in the eye of the Storm.
On October 7th writer Ta-Nehisi Coates tweeted about his upcoming collaboration with artist Jen Bartel, prompting a flurry of commotion throughout social media after releasing a pic of the silver-haired heroine and further confirming the project with a statement to journalist Dawn Falik at the New York Comic Con.478 more words
Arriving in 1986 from DC Comics, Legends was plotted by John Ostrander, scripted by Len Wein, pencilled by John Byrne, and inked by Karl Kesel. It deals with a wager that Darkseid makes with the Phantom Stranger that he can turn humanity against its heroes. 172 more words