Thanksgiving with Turkeys from Frank Miller to Wall Street in a BMW with Rosie O’Donnell

Well, happy triptophan turducken day, my little men and women of blog-land! It’s yer pal Bru here wishing you a healthy meal, a happy family, and a hearty heap of hilarity for my fellow Americans and American Injuns. Everyone else, happy friggin’ Thursday! Let’s see if we can make it even happier with answers to […]

Frank Miller, Political Cartoonist

As you no doubt have heard (unless you work for The Huffington Post, which just “broke” a critique yesterday–nice “scoop”!), Frank Miller wrote a rather scathing opinion about the Occupy Wall Street “movement” last week. Among other things, he called the entirety of their members “louts, thieves and rapists”, “iPhone, iPad wielding [sic] spoiled brats” […]

Friday Favorites – Daredevil #241 (April 1987)

What’s so special about this issue?  A full 13 months before he exploded on the scene with his introduction of Venom in Amazing Spider-Man #300, Todd McFarlane handled the art duties on this fill-in issue of Daredevil.  While not fully formed yet, his style was evident even this early.

The Matt Murdock Chronicles

A guy is reading and posting a review of each and every issue of Daredevil. The Matt Murdock Chronicles His reviews focus on the writing, but he does comment on the art and artists as well.  He always includes some great scans of panels from every issue.   I decided I’d start at the beginning of […]

10 Comics that “stuck”

That’s STUCK, not suck.  🙂 10 Comics that’ll never leave me. This list is based on a facebook posting I read from the great Neil Vokes.  I figured I’d roll it over and my head and give you my own list.  (Neil’s was 15, I’ll keep mine to 10)