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Stan Lee (1922 – 2018)

“You know, my motto is ‘Excelsior.’ That’s an old word that means ‘upward and onward to greater glory.’ It’s on the seal of the state of New York. Keep moving […]

Review: “Skyward”

Publisher – Image Comics Writer – Joe Henderson Artist – Lee Garbett Colorist – Antonio Fabela Letterer – Simon Bowland Editor – Rick Lopez Jr. “My Low-G Life” – Part […]

Stan Lee – Amazing Las Vegas Comic Con

AMAZING LAS VEGAS COMIC CON Saturday, June 24, 2017, Stan Lee answers questions, shares funny stories, and gives us some words of wisdom at the fifth annual Amazing Las Vegas […]

Review: Captain America “Civil War”

I watched Marvel’s Captain America Civil War.  The film was great and kudos to the Russo brothers for their excellent direction.  While this is a film continuation of the  Captain America […]

Review: The Walking Dead “East”

“I’m going like I should have. Don’t come after me, please.” – Carol Carol’s departure is just the beginning of the end; we hear the song, “It’s All Over” by […]

Review: The Walking Dead “Twice as Far”

This episode hit me right in the “feels”…yes sir…right in the “feels”. It starts with this repetitive view of Alexandria community starting it’s day; we see the food supply garage […]

Review: Deadpool Movie

Today, I watched the Deadpool movie and it was great.  The opening credits were brilliant; no proper names just descriptions and images such as a Starbucks coffee cup with the […]

Review: Secret Wars 2015 – Final Issue

It finally happened. The final issue of Secret Wars 2015 is out and it was worth the wait.  The Black Panther (T’Challa) and Namor confront Doom with the Infinity Gauntlet.  […]

Review: The Walking Dead – Heads Up

AMC finally revealed the fate of Glenn.  Just like everyone expected, he survived under the dumpster.  Enid is still putting “JSS” in action.  Jedi Morgan and his “all life is […]

Review: Jessica Jones

Hell’s Kitchen, New York, a camera reveals images of decadent infidelity.  Jessica Jones, a freelance private investigator, stalks a perp for her client, Jeryn Hogarth. Jessica’s adventure begins with a […]

Make Good Art

The one thing that you have that nobody else has is you. Your voice, your mind, your story, your vision. So write and draw and build and play and dance […]

Review: Batman #44

I read Batman issue number forty-four, written by Scott Snyder and pencilled by Brian Azzarello.  The story takes place post “Zero Year”.  Batman is investigating the murder of a teenage boy […]