In the comic book industry, the hip thing to do nowadays is to take a book, doesn’t matter if it’s a team or solo title, end its run and then start up a brand new volume. And not just every once in a while, but all the damn time! They think sales will go … Continue reading “Don’t Call It A Relaunch!” – Volume 3 Begins
This is it. The end of another geek filled volume of My Big Fat Pull List Podcast. But every ending is just a new beginning in disguise. While Mister X, Smurphy and Pistol Danger tie up dangling plot threads, YOU, the fans, will get to share in discussions covering Gears Of War comics, dead … Continue reading Our Giant-Size Annual #2
The number of visual art forms is staggering. Film, Television, live Theater, sculptures and paintings. None of those get us more excited than comic books! They may have been deemed the cause of juvenile delinquency over an half century ago, but today, comics are finally being recognized as the legitimate art form that they are! … Continue reading The Art Of It All: Some Of Our Favorite Comic Book Artists
The act of telling a story, much less an interesting one, is not easy. Yes, we’re taught to place words in an order so they form sentences, and those sentences are meant to create a narrative others should be able to follow and understand. But that’s not always the case. Writing a story is hard … Continue reading The Write Stuff – Some Of Our Favorite Comic Writers
If you were a child of the 80’s then it was a safe bet you experienced the Mega Marketing craze of that decade. A cartoon show would debut and with it an eye catching line of toys and a tie-in comic book. With so much sensory overload, what was an 80’s kid to do?! Beg, … Continue reading Most Wanted: G.I. Joe
New. It can be a scary word. New usually means change and change is an even scarier word than new. But that’s what happens. Things change. Things grow. Or they curl up and die, never to be seen or heard from again. That’s not us! In the ever evolving world of pop culture podcasting, your … Continue reading Restocked & Reloaded!
At one point in time, the only way to enjoy your comic books was to sit down, hold them in your hands and turn the pages. Then, when it was time to put them away, you got up, grabbed a poly bag and board, slid your comic in and put it away, preferably in a … Continue reading The Changing World Of Comics