28.Apr.2016 Fred Van Lente’s Five Comic-Making Mistakes
New York Times Bestselling author Fred Van Lente—who I’ve had the pleasure of working with on Resurrectionists, Brain Boy, Project Black Sky, new editions of his Action Philosophers and The Silencers, and a few other things—is, in my humble opinion, one of the finest writers in comics. If you’re looking for a script format to […]
This is what I get for committing to a weekly blog feature. Life gets busy and I get inconsistent.
23.Mar.2011 Hulk #31 [At the Mercy of The Crowd]
I love the Hulk! Growing up, I was about a foot taller and around 50 to 100 pounds heavier than most of my classmates until I reached high school. Throughout elementary school and the first half of middle school, I was almost constantly speaking out of turn in class, gushing forth with a steady stream […]
17.Jul.2009 Hodgepodge: A post of assorted random stuffs.
Hey there, folks! If you’re a regular ’round these parts, you’ll notice that this week has been particularly light on the blogging. Sorry about that. After last weekend’s crazy-busy vacation, this week has been chock-full of tons of work and other life stuff all piled on top of me seriously needing to catch up on […]
04.May.2009 I just nerdgasmed all over…
Seen via a link on the Wizard Universe Message Board‘s by Marvel.com‘s Ben Morse, I just got a gander of this teaser cover and flipped into jibbering fanboy mode.
17.Nov.2008 That Herc’s one mean CRAKKAJAMMA!
Hopefully I am preaching to the nerd choir when I confess my affection for Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente’s Incredible Herc—easily one of, if not the most, fun book on the shelves right now! Following the Lion of Olympus and is ward, boy genius Amadeus Cho, after the events of “World War Hulk,” this […]
Hey Folks! I’ve been absent from the blogosphere for a week’s vacation (Hey, it’s summer! I gotta get some fun in the sun in some time!), which led to much relaxing and quite a bit of catching up on comics. I managed to pound through all the books from the last two weeks of July […]