Writer: Peter J. Tomasi Artist: Patrick Gleason Inker: Mick Gray Colorist: John Kalisz Publisher: DC Comics Price: Hello there comic book readers, here is a review of the Two-Face arc of the formally titled Batman and Robin, even though I had stop reading when it still was named Batman and Robin, the title still … Continue reading Comic Book Review!: Batman and Two Face #24-28
Hey there everyone, this is my friend and I first attempt at doing Youtube together, hopefully you all might like it and stay tune for more. Thank you.
Hello everyone, I know it's been ages since I added anything to this site, it been hard to be motivated to do certain things sometime. That why I wanted to try something different, which will maybe put some fire under my ass to do more. Now as the video itself, it's very amatuerish lol, … Continue reading My First Geek Haul Video
Hello there comic book fans, I got an amazing spotlight for you today, something that is once in a blue moon event, the selling of thy most highly sought after comic book in history, Action Comics #1. This is the holy grail of comic collectors, something that every comic book collector cant have yet always … Continue reading Action Comics #1 (June 1938) Superman’s Debut, CGC 9.0
Hello there comic book and My Little Pony fans, today we got news that IDW and Hasbro have gotten together with Heritage Auctions to raise money for the charity Give Kids The World. Commemorating the best selling comic in IDW’s history, they have put together a one-of-a-kind issue of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic … Continue reading Comic Book Spotlight!: Only One Exists – My Little Pony
Hello there fellow art lovers, today's Artist Spotlight is on one of my newest favs, Mike Mitchell, I recently discovered him through one of my favorite art site Mondotees, which recently held a gallery showing of his most recent work, a collection of Marvel inspired artwork. Mike Mitchell is an American artist in Austin, TX, known for … Continue reading Artist Spotlight!: Mike Mitchell
Hello there, comic book fans, today I wanted to spotlight a little gem that I stumble upon, that I really took a liking to, a short fan comic on DC Comics’ Power Girl. The comic has a great commentary on society and addresses big topics women are facing these days, and give a nice perspective on the Power Girl character. Giving thoughts on the heavily debated topic of the look of Power Girl, even though to most comic book fans this is a topic that been talked about plenty of times before, it was nice to see a more modern and current issue take on the debate, I hope to read more from this writer, Hannah Doerge, and artist, Per Darwin Berg, in the future. Check out the original for better quality images.