SDCC EXCL.: Ennis Writes Creator-Owned "A Train Called Love" for Dynamite
Even for August, a month I heartily despise anyway, this one’s been pretty spectacularly horrible. Continue Reading »
Charley’s War, specifically. Continue Reading »
It was kind of a rough week here in our household– nothing terrible, just stupid work stuff and car trouble and a concurrent inability to shake any money out of the seven different establishments that owe us some. And then there’s all the news, about equal parts beloved celebrities dying and political things that give a fellow the “warm sweet urge to hit congresscritters repeatedly in the face,” as one friend of mine Tweeted. So this week I figured on something short and cheerful, and then it occurred to me that maybe some of you would like to play along at home. Continue Reading »
It’s been over a year since we have been able to go on any kind of a real trip. But finally, the stars– and work schedules– aligned, and last weekend we were off to the north to see what we could turn up in the way of books, comics, and other diversions. Continue Reading »
By the time you see this, Julie and I will be away on our first road trip of 2014; we are off to the north for a long weekend of bookscouting and goofing off. So in the meantime, here are various items that struck me as interesting enough to give a little space here, but not worth a column on their own. Continue Reading »
Just trying to clean up the rest of the stuff from my to-review pile. Post-atomic horror, apes, steampunk cowboy vampires, and a few cats and dogs. No, really.
But first, the answer to a question I’ve had more than once. Continue Reading »
I’m happy to be a U.S. citizen and everything that goes with it. I’m as patriotic as anyone, really. But nevertheless, I have to own up… I loathe the Fourth of July. Always have. Continue Reading »
So this week I got to see the fulfillment of a (nearly) lifelong ambition. Continue Reading »
All you aspiring young comics-creating folks that are about to graduate from whatever school, this one’s for you. Continue Reading »
Sometimes smaller is better. And when it comes to a comics show, I’m about ready to say that smaller is ALWAYS better. Continue Reading »
For me these things always seem to come in waves.
Last week it was a whole bunch of Edgar Rice Burroughs and Robert E. Howard-type stuff showing up all at once. This week it seems like it’s all about Planet of the Apes. Continue Reading »
Barbarians. Jungle Lords. Those guys. Continue Reading »
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