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A Birthday You Can Sink Your Teeth Into

This Friday at Space 55 we’re doing a birthday party show for one of greatest living fantasy authors, the one and only Neil Gaiman! There will be performance art, poetry, music, comedy and some special surprises that even The Endless wouldn’t see coming! 19 more words


Batman 2.34 - The Catwoman Goeth

To be sure, this story is disjointed and a little odd, but we all ended up really enjoying it. I think some elements of the compromised production are still fumbles, most notably the bizarre maze in which Robin and a policewoman are trapped, and which was achieved on a budget of… well, practically nothing, and it shows. 366 more words


Batman 2.33 - The Sandman Cometh

To begin with this week, I’ve done you all a disservice by not mentioning another blogger who is writing about the ’60s Batman series. He goes by the handle “The Squonk” and he’s writing a new installment every Friday at Channel: Superhero. 433 more words


Blogging with Benny: Bodacious Bony Babes

Hi Internet People,

Benny here, with Katherine so busy I thought I’d step in and help her out with her blog.

The two of us haven’t been able to do much this weekend with her working every night. 383 more words


Quote of the Day- November 13, 2015

“Have you ever been in love? Horrible isn’t it? It makes you so vulnerable. It opens your chest and it opens up your heart and it means that someone can get inside you and mess you up. 146 more words

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Complete Dead Boy Detectives Reading Order

Our favorite child ghost detectives have fluttered around the Vertigo world of Sandman, before setting out on their own for many short adventures.  The two have yet to have a long ongoing run, but even in recent Vertigo history they have had great runs from quality creators like Mark Buckingham.  172 more words

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Reading in the Present - Sandman Overture (Hardcover Signing)

This evening was a cliche walk down memory lane, as I headed back to Brooklyn where I was born. I could have driven, but I chose to take the train (via Metro North), and the subway out of Grand Central station. 519 more words

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