Fridays...with Greg Hatcher Archives - Page 5 of 32 - Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources
As explained last week, in order to allow your humble columnist to get his act together for the upcoming Emerald City Con, we are continuing the capsule book-reviews from the home library…. Continue Reading »
Here is my embarrassing secret. Continue Reading »
Fair warning– most of these books aren’t strictly comics, they’re more comics-adjacent. But people keep sending them to me and some of them will, I think, be of interest to you all.
Well, it’s been a week. How did everyone do?
Too cool not to share… Mister Rogers meets the Hulk.
It’s been a while since I did one of these, and it seems like everyone always enjoys them. Certainly, I do. So it’s time for another Hardcore, Take-No-Prisoners Trivia Contest!
This time, it’s all about SIDEKICKS. You know, the loyal companions, the boy wonders, and the endangered girlfriends that abound in adventure and superhero comics. We might even throw in a couple of pulp fiction and television hero-type folks too. Continue Reading »
I don’t usually do much in the way of New Year’s resolutions, but this year I made one that I thought I’d share with you all. But there’s a brief bit of backstory first. Continue Reading »
It’s that time of year, where all of us that write about comics and pop culture try and make sense of the previous twelve months. The trouble is, I’m really not very good at that sort of thing, and I already kind of shot the works contributing to other people’s best-of-the-year, what-are-you-reading roundups (two here at CBR and a couple of others elsewhere on the net.) So what IS there left to say about 2012? Continue Reading »
Just stuff. Cool books people sent me, footnotes to some previous columns of the past few weeks, this-n-that. Continue Reading »
One of my favorite literary characters just had a birthday not too long ago. Continue Reading »
As is his habit, Kiel Phegley emailed all of us at CBR asking us to give him our annual best-of-the-year top ten, so that he can edit together CBR’s annual top 100 picks from all of us. Continue Reading »