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Raging Saviors

After about a year or so of Comics Gate bullshit creators have started speaking up. Bill Sienkiewicz, Tom Taylor (more on that at a later date), Jeff Lemire and Howard Chaykin are among the voices.  1,197 more words

Comic Book News & Opinion

This Is Why Superheroes Can't Have Nice Things: Tom Taylor - "Injustice: Gods Among Us" (Year 1)

The sweetest sound Superman has ever heard is the double heart beat of Lois Lane (and their baby inside Lois). The oddest sound Batman has ever heard is that of a quiet, crime-less Gotham. 518 more words

Fantasy/ Sci-Fi

Memorabilia Monday: Autographs 4: Literary Writers

Let’s forge ahead with more notable signatures from the Gordon Russell West collection. Unlike the last few batches that have been British-only, this is more of a hodge-podge. 76 more words

Special Collections

Injustice: Gods Among Us - Year One (Injustice: Gods Among Us)

Injustice: Gods Among Us – Year One by Tom Taylor

I finished – 07/10/2018

Recommend: yes!

Summary (from Goodreads):
Collects issues #1 through 36, which marks the end of “Year One”. 115 more words

Book Reviews

The Dark Tower

Stephen King’s epic series of fantasy novels, The Dark Tower, is one of those sets of stories that has become part of the furniture of its genre, a little like modern Tolkien, so, even though I haven’t read any of it I’ve long been aware of it in general terms. 394 more words


The Story's Scope is Not Well-Served in All-New Wolverine 34

By Spencer Irwin

This article contains SPOILERS. If you haven’t read the issue yet, proceed at your own risk!

I love the concept behind this “Old Woman Laura” arc. 560 more words

Spencer Irwin

The Dark Tower (2017)

2018 #25
Nikolaj Arcel | 95 mins | streaming (HD) | 2.39:1 | USA / English | 12 / PG-13

The Dark Tower started life as a literary work that is, according to its author, Stephen King’s magnum opus: a series of eight novels, written over 30 years and spanning some 4,250 pages, that not only tell their own genre-mash-up story, but also reference or connect up many of King’s more widely-known works. 701 more words