Monthly Archives: June 2013

Wonder Woman-In Search a Modern Definitive Run

Wonder Woman is the most iconic female superhero in the world. One of the greatest characters ever to grace any medium. She’s also one of the only big name superheroes who has not had a truly definitive run. There have … Continue reading

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The Problem With Comic Book Reviews

As I’ve stated before, reviews are not all the important to general audiences. That does not mean they can not effect the performance of certain projects in various mediums. Movies and television are two forms of art and entertainment where … Continue reading

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Diamond Sales Chart: Don’t Believe the Hype

One of the things about comic blogs and reporters that annoys me is the analysis on Diamonds Charts. Sure, its an interesting list of what the comics are doing in store and a decent indicator of where comics are in … Continue reading

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The Guard-Young Adult Superhero Series

I write a web prose series called the Guard, which I serialize on two sites-WordPress and Tumblr. It follows a group of teenagers with amazing powers who band together as the worlds first superhero team. Here’s the write up: It’s … Continue reading

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Superman/Wonder Woman Comic

I’ve been trying to think about something I can say about this, but I can’t. Really I can’t. I love Wonder Woman. Hell, the other day I was cutting through Bed Bath and Beyond, spotted some Wonder Woman cup/mug thingee … Continue reading

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Proper Movie Trailers

I just saw This Is The End (it was pretty good, if you don’t like those comedians avoid it though) and during the trailers they showed the preview for This Mortal Instruments movie. Why? PG-13 film based on a YA … Continue reading

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Bad Ass Lady Wrestlers: Ayako Hamada

Ayako Hamada is a world traveled ring veteran who continues to put people to shame. A second generation wrestler and part of a vast wrestling family. Her father is Japanese wrestling legend Gran Hamada who first outside his home country, … Continue reading

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