Geeklings, welcome back to the Pull List where the comics are all new but the jokes are still sort of the same. We’re talking slightly above dad joke levels but also slightly… below? It doesn’t matter, you’re not here for the jokes anyway. You’re here to hang out with yours truly on the best day of the week, New Comic Book Day! … and I suppose you’re … Continue reading Pull List- Harley Quinn/BoP Get A Series, Batman Says Goodbye To Alfred, & X-Men Explores HoX
I’ve learned that there just isn’t enough time in the day to write about what I want. Between work, prepping for a wedding, social life, shows and movies, and reading, I have to learn how to split my time. I wish that I could spend all day just pushing out content for you guys but the gods can be cruel. So I started thinking of … Continue reading Five Questions- Jonathan Hickman’s X-Men
Fiction is a really interesting/powerful thing, he said in a generic/bland writer’s voice. Could there be a more generic opening to a column? I’m not sure, but it doesn’t negate the fact that sometimes the most obvious observations are the ones we often overlook. With that being said, fiction is a really interesting/powerful thing. Often times we read, watch, or even playthings for the hero … Continue reading Does The Night King Need To Speak?
When I was a kid my parents used to get me these comic starter kids for Christmas. It would come with something like forty comics from both Marvel and DC (I think) and would be a massive diverse introduction to both universes. It would also come with fancy layouts for boxing your books. I remember one that was designed like a building out of Gotham … Continue reading Does Dark Phoenix Even Matter?
Monday Monday (la la lala)… Please take a minute to recover from the awesomeness that is my typed singing voice (I used italics, you had to have known I was singing. I even said “la la lala”. For those curious, no, I’m not singing every time I use italics.). For most people Monday is a big bag of suck but not for us. For we … Continue reading Week In Geek 4/25/16