Archive for April, 2009

Bookshelf Sale!

28Apr09

I thought I’d advertise this on my blog before I went ahead and made a listing. Frankly, I’d rather sell these random comic trades through PayPal than deal with EBay or Amazon. Call me silly, but I’d rather sell them at a fair price rather than having to jack up the cost to make up […]


There are lots of good comics out there that take place in Arkham Asylum. Most notably … Arkham Asylum, back when Grant Morrison wrote smart Batman comics. Amidst the wave of guano to hit the DC streets, BATMAN: BATTLE FOR THE COWL – ARKHAM ASYLUM, despite its annoyingly long name, shines as one as the […]


We’re days away from the official release of the horrible Wolverine movie, so here’s a nice little article on why I’m going to have to be dragged to the theater. Enjoy! Remember, comments at the forum are encouraged and much appreciated. And check back at the end of each week for updates. No time? Subscribe […]


See what articles I wrote for the Girls Entertainment Network this week, and check back at the end of each week for more GEN updates.


Assassin’s Creed was one of the most innovative games of 2007 and my first installment on the PS3. As far as freedom in video games go, AC represents a gem leading the way into the latest next-gen video gaming age. However, some glitch in thinking programmed that gem to replicate itself a hundred times, leaving […]


Blog update

25Apr09

As you can probably tell, this blog has been a little neglected lately. Not to mention it’s due for a major revamp, so guess what? It’s going to get one. No, there isn’t a set date for WITA 2.0, and I can’t let you in on any specifics right now. Just stay tuned, because when […]


This month’s Pull-O-Rama features Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 8 #24, CAPTAIN AMERICA COMICS 70TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL #1, an early look at Dynamo 5 #21, and BATTLE FOR THE COWL: MAN-BAT #1. Remember, comments at the forum are encouraged and much appreciated. Enjoy! And check back at the end of each week for updates. No […]