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Taxi Driver: A retrospective of the 1970's cinema classic.

The sociopath is often times a very compelling character in fiction. However it is almost always a destructive mindset in real life. However, nowadays we have safety nets with which extreme cases can be identified and hopefully assisted with their condition. 1,030 more words

The Human Torch 8, 1974 "The Painter of a Thousand Perils!"

Alright, so, Torch got his own series in the 1970’s…sort of…yes, it’s reprints, BUT the cover is brand new, and the reprints are good stuff! When you have villains as sinister as The Painter (Wilhelm Van Vile), and “Scar” Tobin, you know that your chances of survival are minimal! 199 more words

Comic Books

Superman (Silver Age)

In the view of comics historian Les Daniels, artist Curt Swan became the definitive artist of Superman in the early 1960s with a “new look” to the character that replaced Wayne Boring’s version.  114 more words


13 Days of Plastoween: Costume party!

  • from Plastic Man #4 (vol. 2)
  • J. Winslow Mortimer, artist
  • Arnold Drake, writer
Plastic Man

Fantasy Bob Mould Setlist

Bob Mould Band –  Mike’s living-room – Any time!

I’ve said a couple of times that I’d love to see Bob Mould do a show with a main set based entirely on the last three albums. 82 more words

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The Paradise “trick.”

If the Drama, Life, is all predestined and moves according to its inner intelligence of self-preservation through changes, and we are agents, to manifest those changes; then, how “I” can change “my” destiny to go to a place labeled as Paradise?

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Darwyn Cooke: DC: The New Frontier (2004/2008)