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Me voy a dar unos minutos

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


DC Comics Presents #67: Superman and ... Santa?


Special Christmas Edition

DC Comics Presents #67, March, 1984

Cover: José Luis García-López

“Twas the Fright Before Christmas!”

Writer: Len Wein, Co-Plotter: E. Nelson Bridwell, Penciler: Curt Swan… 419 more words

Comic Books

Slay Bells Ring! The Justice League Gets a Lock on Santa's Killer

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


Tentacle Tuesday: tentacles, some fresh, some older than time

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

Tentacle Tuesday

The Annotated Doomsday Clock #1

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

Comics And Comic News

There’s a Storm on the Horizon

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.

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Cult Comic Essentials: Legends (#1-6)

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