I know, I know…there are a TON of these Hitler videos out there. Being a Batman fan, and having worked on the last two films, I found this one particularly fun. 🙂 Enjoy!
Yeah, I know Daredevil again. What can I say, most of my favorite comics are the adventures of a sightless lawyer! The last Daredevil I talked about was #163 which had a profound effect on me as a youngster. It inspired an understanding about what heroes truly are, and that one need not wear underoos […]
This one is special to me. Not only does it deal with what it is that makes a hero a hero (a recurring theme in Daredevil), but on a personal level, this is the first comic I ever bought.
I had no idea what this was about. I love vampire stories, and the cover caught my eye. I picked it up and as soon as I flipped it open, the artwork by Elman Brown blew me away.
Another Friday, another favorite. This week it’s Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson’s Swamp Thing #4. Swamp Thing #9 was my introduction to Bernie Wrightson. That issue really didn’t do it for me though. If I recall it was a story about aliens. Just not my cup of tea. It was years later that I went […]
This week’s favorite comes from Eric W. Meador… Hello everyone! I am here to share one of my favorite comic covers. In later weeks I will pick past favorites, ones that have influenced me, but for my first “Friday Favorite” I want to pick a book that hasn’t even come out yet – Batman #1 […]
Mike is feverishly putting together a special “A Picture’s Worth” wrap-up of this year’s 2011 San Diego Comic Con. (Be sure to read his special reports from the show if you haven’t already here and here.) Wanting to keep you in fresh comic nerdery on this fine Monday, I present a look at some often […]
This week’s favorite is from Nick Pitarra…the floor is yours Nick!
Anyone who knows me, knows I’m a Daredevil nut. From the very first issue I read, I was a fan. I’d been collecting the series for probably a couple years before I came across this back issue. Whaa??? Daredevil vs the HULK?? That’s crazy! Even my juvenile mind knew this was a total mismatch…but what a great […]
There are people who enter your life, no matter how briefly that change it forever. Gene Colan was one of those people in my life. Now he’s gone. His wife Adrienne last year, and now Gene. Someone better with words than me will assuredly write something more meaningful than this…right now it’s all I’ve got.