Is Gail Simone a good writer? In this video I review the book she was fired from writing.
This video discusses two Robin comic books that show how to handle sensitive issues properly.
Color me a rogue for saying this, but Rogue One looks like the Hunger Games variant of Star Wars. Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for taking on new characters and storylines, but there’s nothing that feels like “Star Wars” in this new movie. It appears to be taking itself way too seriously. It looks … More Rogue One: The Fandom Menace
There are characters and genres in pop culture that I feel have died out; Tarzan, the Lone Ranger, and Flash Gordon for example. They’re iconic, but they’re no longer culturally relevant. Sure people loved them long ago, , but we see that they really belong to a the time/age they were created in. I’d even … More Bond, James Bond… still relevant?
The comic book selling market is in decline and it seems that publishers are throwing any idea against the wall to see what sticks, but are they missing the true problem? Publishers such as Marvel are changing characters almost daily in order to try to attract new readers and while in the process they are … More Do We Need Comic Books In Traditional Retail Stores?
I have never made a response video before, so this will be a first. I recently watched a review of the Game Boy game, The Amazing Spider-Man, a game that I remember fondly. The review was not giving the game much praise, now I have not played the game since 1991, but I remember it … More CF: Response Review to Cygnus Destroyer/LJN Defender-Amazing Spider-Man (Game Boy)
Fellow henchmen we are sorry to say that we are back to zero days without a loss of a henchmen. Henchmen number 234 met an untimely death. Facts are not clear at this moment but signs point to an occupational accident while transporting an acid gun for the Joker. Update: Henchmen 234 failed to stop … More Hench-tality!