Today's employees are from the Mall's Anti-theft team, our friend Ghost Rider and good 'ole Sadako! Blushbox makes art on whatever suits their fancy on Instagram and is the creator behind the Webtoon Boe and Cotton.
Blushbox makes art on whatever suits their fancy on Instagram and is the creator behind the Webtoon Boe and Cotton.
Last week, I was lucky enough to find the time to catch Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2. I went in with pretty high expectations, just as I am sure many fans of the first film (and many fans of Marvel's foray into films as of late) also did. So how did the film stand... Continue Reading →
After reading and reviewing the first two volumes of the new Doctor Strange comic, I was curious how they would continue the series. I mean, the last volume ended with magic as we know it being exterminated from the world, and the last vestiges of it trapped in items (many of which were weakened and/or... Continue Reading →
With Dishonored 2's release in 2016, there was a resurgence in interest in the franchise, and part of that resurgence included a novel (The Corroded Man) and a new comic series released by Titan Comics, the first volume being The Wyrmwood Deceit. ==The Pitch== Set about 12 years after the events of Dishonored, Corvo is... Continue Reading →
I love seeing all of the "What if. . ." scenarios of the comic industry. Sure, some of them are great (Amalgam, anyone?), while others are just a waste of paper. Some of my favorites tend to be a bit more on the "realistic" side (as in, fitting for the Marvel universe), which brings us... Continue Reading →
While I can't afford to keep up with EVERYTHING, I do love it when I can borrow the trade versions of comics from the library. It does mean I'm normally 6+ months behind, but I can at least say that I am getting to know our collection a bit better. This time around, I found... Continue Reading →
I'll be honest: I never really got into Doctor Strange before. My primary experiences with the character were always from other comic lines and guest appearances, and he always came off as a superbly powerful character that was sidelined for whatever reason. The last time I saw him make appearances in comics were in the... Continue Reading →
For some reason, I tend to have odd situations with picking up comics. Delilah Dirk isn't so much odd, but rather an amusing case of serendipity. A colleague of mine was lamenting the fact she didn't know too many female superheroes that were "properly dressed" and "properly proportioned," so she turned to me, the resident... Continue Reading →