Tag Archive | Comic books

Let’s Put Joss Whedon In Charge of All Entertainment

The title of this post was Kait Nolan‘s reaction after watching The Avengers and it’s something I’ve wished would happen for a long time. It’s probably not the job HE would want, but it is a nice thought to imagine all things entertainment going through him. So, anyway, back to The Avengers. Friends, this is […]

Exhausted #ROW80

Overall Goal: Figure out my writing process Goal Pieces: 1. Read more books in my genre. 2. Read more books on craft and apply the lessons to my writing. Didn’t do so well with my goals this week because I was at the New York Comic Con. My ticket’s still good for today, but I’m […]

Love Conquers All: Tomm Coker and Daniel Freedman Stop By

Hey folks. About a month ago I told you about a great new comic called Undying Love. For those who missed it, here’s a quick synopsis: John Sargent and Mei are in love. Slight problem. Mei’s a vampire. Clues from the first issue indicate they met after Mei was a vampire. What might’ve drove most […]

Road Trip!

Today I’m not here. I’m at super fun, geek gal Jennifer Joseph’s blog. And what will I be talking about? Well, I love that superhero movies are so popular now and next summer, the Avengers will take the medium a big step forward. The following year, The Justice League of America movie will come out, […]

A Boy and His T-Rex

I love reading. Always have and one day, when I have my own kids, I want to introduce them to reading too. With all the comics I have, they seem like the obvious choice to get said kids reading, but many of them ARE NOT for kids. Maybe preteens, but that’s the limit. I don’t […]

Undying Love: Twenty-Two Pages of Brilliance

The minute I saw this cover, I was instantly intrigued. It could easily double as a movie poster or book cover, but no, it’s a comic. And what a read. So, it’s called “Undying” and there’s the bleeding heart. Looks like we got a romance between a vampire and human. (Yawn, been there, done that.) […]

Comic Books: Love Series Part 2

My earliest comic book memory was buying them with my Grandmother as a preteen.  It was our monthly ritual.  We’d walk to the barber and after my haircut, she bought me some comics.  And how cool was she, she’d get me Dark Horse comics!  Definitely more grownup than the majority of titles from Marvel or […]