As recounted on this blog nearly one year ago, my life as a full-time comics buyer got its start around March/April of 1976. Before this, I was exposed to comics here and there, at the barber shop, during shore trips, and through hand-me-downs from older family and friends, always anxious to snag a Spider-Man comic when I found one. Continue reading To the Moon Knight and Back
This year’s Valentine’s Day post will be a bit different, as it will not be featuring any conventional, human romance. Continue reading Puppy Love
Having exhausted many of the subjects that had been on the docket for a long time, I started to think about what the next blogpost might be about and realized I hadn’t done a “time machine” post in quite a while. Continue reading Time Machine: The Flash That Wasn’t
It’s Halloween month, so a post centered upon a woman that refuses to stay dead feels appropriate. Continue reading Elektra Lives Again (and Again and Again)
Bad enough I’ve got a post dealing with a very controversial topic that drives comic fans into a frenzy, but I’m publishing it on a Friday the 13th? Well, at least no one can accuse me of being superstitious! Continue reading Who’s the Man?
It saddens me that there’s a significant portion of the audience out there who won’t get the title reference. Continue reading It’s Miller Time (Again)
Don’t ask me how I got started on this, but at some point last year I felt compelled to go back and catch up on some of my old Batman comics—comics from a specific decade. Continue reading Batman in the 80s
Some things just seem to fit together so naturally. Peanut butter and jelly. Abbott and Costello. Continue reading A Super-Wonderful Valentine!
Another Christmas comic for another Christmas season. Continue reading Bad Santa