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Another major genre franchise turns 50--Happy Anniversary, Star Trek!

Creating a television series that makes it to a second season is a difficult thing to do.  It’s difficult today and was just as tough in 1966 when Gene Roddenberry created a full-color science fiction show in prime time about a “ 541 more words

Sci-Fi Café

Howard the Duck (1986)

“In a land of a lot of flops, it’s kind of awesome to be in a really famous flop. I mean, it’s kind of a poster child for flops. 2,359 more words

Brandon Ledet

Throwback Thursday: Howard the Duck #16

Previous post in this series.

Here is another entry in this summer’s series of Throwback Thursdays to Howard the Duck except this issue is unlike all the others in the original 1970’s color comic book series. 777 more words


If It WAUGHs Like a Duck #12: Quackosaurus Rex

Welcome to If It WAUGHs Like a Duck, the series where we examine both the original volume of Marvel’s Howard the Duck, and the newest series now in its second volume (6th volume overall; I know, confusing) – a pair of issues at a  time. 1,992 more words


Actions have consequences

After a long and winding road of comic book commentary, we come at last to the character who’s likely to be the final subject in our discussion of vigilantism in comic books during the Seventies and Eighties: the Foolkiller. 4,096 more words