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Buy Things With Your Moneys: Digital Comic Books

This post is entirely for digital or digital curious readers. I’ve been reading comic books digitally for about a year now. I’ve read a couple of print things here and there, but I love reading panel by panel. As far as my (fast) style of reading goes, it helps me linger and study each panel […]

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It’s Christmas Time in Hollis, Queens

John McClane: “How about some Christmas music?” Argyle: “MAN, this IS Christmas music!” – John McTiernan’s Die Hard, 1988 There are few Christmas songs that are better than Run DMC’s “Christmas in Hollis.” There are few songs, period, that are better. Go ahead, play this track down as you read through this post (OR, play […]

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Things I Loved About Comics This Year Part 3: The Dead Walk!

Revival by Tim Seeley and Mike Norton When is a zombie story not a zombie story? Well, Riddler, when it’s a Rural Noir! (I seriously did not notice that it said “A rural noir” above the title of every issue until the latest one. But in all fairness, this issue is the pulpiest). Sexy lady? […]

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Things I Loved About Comics This Year Part Two: The Secret of The Ooze

  Favorite comic books of the year post, PART 2! (I almost typed Part @ cause I held down the shift key. And you would have been yelling “Part AT what, Paul? Part at WHAAAAAT? So you’re welcome for me saving you from that agita). As is common in this Western culture of ours, we […]

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Things I Loved About Comics This Year Part One

Because I either won’t be able to limit myself to a Top 10 or have enough content to make it to Top 10! Also, why be like everyone else, when I can be a quirky variation on everyone else instead? Ha-HA! Merry Christmas you old building and loan! Hawkeye   I think I’ve stressed how […]

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Violently Dismantling The Super Hero Genre: The Boys by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson

Spoiler AND content alert. The following comic series I am about to tell you to read is NOT recommended for anyone who gets offended. Not just easily offended, but offended. PERIOD. There are no boundaries in this series, and I had to take a few breaks in reading it as it was published the past […]