The Author seems to have had a bit of good luck from a couple comic book mystery boxes from eBay, will his good mood last?
The Author seems to be in a good mood this time, heaven help us… Let’s hope that this week’s BALLER BOX from Silverback Graphix doesn’t disappoint.
The author has a hard time this week getting the motivation to come back to YouTube, will the Silverback Comic BALLER BOX do the trick?
The author makes a horrifying discovery when opening a comic book mystery box.
I’ve been behind in reading my ever growing stack of comic books. It’s been a rough, but fulfilling few months, so as things appear to be returning to normal I had decided to visit my comic “pulls” and see what I had been missing. I
I don’t know exactly what to make of this current trend of pop culture documentaries that have been churning out in recent years. I suppose that it’s a cool thing that we’re seeing a middle-brow spotlight to our consumer habits. I have my own collections
I think we really need to stop looking to Rotten Tomatoes as a yard stick as whether a movie is good or not. Whenever something gets rated “Certified Fresh,” that means that a movie has an average consensus from a pool of reviewers and audience
Earlier this year, DC Comics released a 100 page story by Marv Wolfman titled Man and Superman. It was fun, vibrant and full of life. Man and Superman was the kind of Superman story that largely gets overlooked in the overall need for dark and
What was originally announced as a story arc belonging to Scott Snyder’s All Star Batman in 2016, BATMAN: The Last Knight on Earth became a miniseries that was destined to arrive on DC’s controversial Black Label Imprint. The concept, boiled down to its most basic
By 1937, Salvador Dali had made his way to the United States as civil war was raging in his home country. It was there that he had found a new world to explore and a new audience. I am not going to go into