Here, you will find all my posts about comic books. I read craploads of comics. I have them all over the house in boxes and bags, on the walls and in the sofa cushions.

On this site, the focus is a panel (or two) a day from (just about) every issue of my favorite comic books series:

The Avengers
Batman by Frank Miller
Batman by Grant Morrison
Captain America
Daredevil by Ann Nocenti
Daredevil by Denny O'Neill
Daredevil by Frank Millerl
A Panel from Every Defenders
Fantastic Four
The Flash by Mark Waid
The Joker (1975)
The Evolution ofThe Punisher
The Secret Six by Gail Simone
Spider-Man (both Amazing and Peter Parker)
Spider-Man by JMS
Spider-Man by Peter David
Spider-Man by Roger Stern
Suicide Squad
Superman by John Byrne
Superman: For Tomorrow

For the long-running titles I've reviewed, you can see what I thought of specific creators on my rating the runs page.

I also post things like:

5 Panels From A Great Comic (reviews of my favorite runs or issues)
Action Figure of the Day (toys!)
Best Comic Book Runs of All Time
Best of 2011
Best of 2012
Best of 2013
Best of the Decade
Civil War & tie-ins (Marvel)
Top Ten Lists

If you’re interested in other specific topics, click on it from the tag cloud.

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Another installment of my post on single tunes and covers designed to liven up your weekend!

First, a new song–pretty cool.

And also here’s some cool covers of classic rock songs I stumbled on lately…

First, Brick + Mortar doing Jimi Hendrix. It’s like an electronic metal version.

Next, Mojo’s latest collection is “Physical Graffiti Redrawn,” celebrating the anniversary of Led Zeppelin’s classic record. The covers are very good–and many are true reimaginings.


THE EVOLUTION OF MODOK PART 13: Now You’re Back, So What?

iron lantern figureLast time, we talked about MODOK’s return to “life” and to Advanced Idea Mechanics (AIM), the organization that created him to serve as its leader.  He’d been dead for awhile and MODAM, a really ugly chick version of him, had been operating in his place.   Well, in the late 1990s, Marvel didn’t make great use of ol’ MODOK.

He made a non-canonical appearance in the Amalgam Comics’ Iron Lantern #1, which should answer your question whether that old line of Marvel/DC mash up comics brought their A-list talent.  It didn’t.  But there was this badass action figure that came out of it.

Anyway, other than that he appeared in a bunch of one shots and stuff.  Nothing really worth mentioning.  He did make the cover of Wolverine #142, though, in 1999.  That should up his fame rating, no?  And then a few appearances in Citizen V and the V-Battalion (2001).  Never heard of it?  Me, neither.  It was a Thunderbolts spin-off book.  And the art was terrible.


It’s best we never speak of these issues again.



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