Monthly Archives: April 2020

Sunday Fun-Day – X-Men #137

Back here I told a story about how I was at the right place at the right time when a dealer said the comics in several boxes were now all a dollar a piece instead of their marked price. The … Continue reading

Posted in Sunday Fun-Day | Tagged , | Leave a comment

The Nuclear Family and The Outsiders

I was born in the early seventies and grew up in the eighties during the end of the Cold War. During that time the possibility of nuclear holocaust felt like an ever-present danger. I did not practice duck and cover … Continue reading

Posted in Featured comic | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

My Favorite Entry Who’s Who vol VI

The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe is one of my all-time favorite comics. One of the reasons for this is because it was something my brother and I shared growing up. It was a comic we read together. We … Continue reading

Posted in Who's Who | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

You learn something new everyday – Skateman (registered TM)

I was originally going to do a long-form piece on Skateman #1 but after doing a little research on the interwebs I decided to change the focus of my discussion for this comic, but I’ll get to that in a … Continue reading

Posted in Something Completely Different | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Sunday Fun-Day – The New Mutants #93

Way back in October of 2019 I happened to be in the right place at the right time. I was at the Baltimore Comic-Con with my brother and friends for our annual pilgrimage. On Saturday morning I was bin diving … Continue reading

Posted in Sunday Fun-Day | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment