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#125: Quasar #47

Quantum Zone Podcast Episode #125

This episode Will Allred, Matt Kona and I review Quasar #47 “Quantum Quest” (June 1993) Discussion includes:

A Thunderstrike retrospective and discussion of 90s comics… 169 more words


Up All Night..

Embracing my insomnia I stayed up into the wee hours of this morning finishing this little piece in my A5 sketchbook.

As the birds started tweeting outside my window I feverishly worked away at the Marvel comic books inspired scribbling. 95 more words

Looks Like John Walker Might Be Hitting The Johnnie Walker In His New 'U.S.Agent' Mini-Series

John Walker first appeared in the pages of Captain America as Cap’s adversary, the Super-Patriot. After a stint taking the Captain America name, he settled into the… 185 more words


Nia DaCosta to direct Captain Marvel 2

A new director has taken the reins for the Captain Marvel sequel and that director is none other than Nia DaCosta.

Known mostly for the recent Candyman reboot, we are interested to see what Nia DaCosta will do for Captain Marvel. 41 more words


A Celebration of my Favorite Marvel Superhero

Five years ago, I would’ve never thought that Benedict Cumberbatch would portray one of my favorite superheroes of all time. I knew nothing about Doctor Strange and sometimes knowing nothing about a character makes that character more lovable. 177 more words


Captain America: Secret War (THREE)

The capital of Estonia, Tallinn, was ultimately a peaceful town. Its menial population of 1.3 million made it almost a fairytale-like world that consisted of five-story rectangular buildings with colorful red rooves and churches whose individual steeples stood tall over the city’s flat skyline. 753 more words


Vision and the Scarlet Witch V1 (1982)

The first limited series was published beginning in November 1982, for four issues. It was written by Bill Mantlo and pencilled by Rick Leonardi. In this series, the villain  135 more words