Wow, Wow, Wondercon!

Anaheim Convention Center, March 16th-18th 2012 is the Place. WonderCon is the deal.  Started in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1987, Wondercon is part of the yearly staple of the “comic-con” world. Moving through several places in its existence, WonderCon has been significant for its early showings of movies like Spider-Man 2, Batman Begins, Fantastic…

DC Reboots Elsewhere.. Their Site

DC Comics, which is a part of Warner Brothers Entertainment, made huge waves last year, with their announcement that they were “rebooting” the entire DC universe, and there was a lot of trepidation as to whether it was going to be successful, but the men that run the show like Jim Lee, Dan DiDio, and…

How Voltron Came To Be Is Coming To The Comic Shelves

28 years ago, a delightful little show about 5 people piloting giant robot lions came into our homes. When it was necessary, these 5 lion formed into a giant, colorful kick-ass robot named Voltron. An action backed cartoon that helped bring the wave the 80’s animation and toy craze. The original cartoon faded from the airwaves,…

Check Out The Trailer For New ‘Spiderman’

Stan Lee’s ‘Spiderman’ is weaving its web across the big screen this Fourth of July.  No, not “Spiderman 4”, but, instead, “The Amazing Spiderman.” Nerds rejoice:  it appears to be closely following the comic books that inspired the movie franchise to the delight of purists.  One thing we all can agree on:  Never offend Nerd…

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Marvel Line Goes “First Day Digital” In March

Digital comics have been as lucrative as the paper issue business model the last few years, with the convenience of staying home, and taking 60 seconds out of your day to buy, and download the books that you love straight to your computer, Android phone, iPad, or iPhone. Saving space for those that have a…

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New York Comic Robbery Fail, Justice Served.

There’s some crappy people out there, and it’s unfortunate when greed overrides your common sense, or overall decency to your fellow-man. Medina, New York – July 5th, 2010: 77-year-old Homer Marciniak awoke in the middle of the night to a robber in his house. The robber wasn’t there for jewelry, cash, or sexy underwear to smell….

Calvin And Hobbes: A Christmas Time Tribute

Christmas is coming pretty fast, and while I’m not a fan of the holidays in general, there’s something good I can share for this time of year, and I think a lot of you will remember as well. *Enter flashback sequence* We all remember, don’t we? A boy and his stuffed tiger were having adventures…

Joe Simon, One Half Of Captain America’s Creation, Dies at 98

Joe Simon was born Hymie Simon on October 11th, 1913 in New York, and became the co-creator of Captain America, along with another golden age icon, Jack Kirby. His career in art started when he was the art director for his high school newspaper, progressing afterwards to be an editorial cartoonist all over the state…

Archie Comics’ Foray Into New Territory

Kevin Keller is a character that was first introduced into the Archie universe, in the spin-off title “Veronica”. He’s become very popular among the fans, with a father that was in the Army, and Kevin’s character is carried over to the “Life with Archie” series, which follows the Riverdale rat-pack into adulthood, in a very…

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