Brian Bannen reviews Amazing Spider-Man #13 and Justice League #38, Ian Gonzales checks out Gotham Academy #4, Sal Lucci looks at Star Trek/Planet of the Apes: The Primate Directive #2 and Michael Edwards takes on Batman and Robin #38 in this edition of Last Week’s Comics.
This week our trio is joined by mysterious stranger and friend of the show Charles Moran for some Fallout: New Vegas, jump-packing, and ham & mayo sandwiches. Plus, Destiny, Halo: Reach, the Final Fantasies XIII, PSNow, JRPJobs, and more!
The following is a reprint from Unwinnable Weekly Issue Twenty-Nine. If you enjoy what you read, please consider purchasing the issue or subscribing. ——— There is no thing new under the sun.” A trite Biblical verse that, in this day and age, seems quaint and out of touch. And yet, just as those very words have been repeated since they were first etched into paper, the debate over the impact of art has become a social deja vu, reincarnations emerging with each generation, shifting as new mediums are born. I never used to get performance art. Seemed like a bunch of pretentious hooey for bored college students lacking any
Today in 1986, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducted its first members: Little Richard, Chuck Berry, James Brown, Ray Charles, Fats Domino, the Everly Brothers, Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis and Elvis Presley. If you think about it, they probably should have stopped right there. Have a great weekend.
The internet needs more photos of koalas.
Ian Gonzales finally picks up Lady Killer #1 while Jill Scharr reviews Batgirl #38 and Brian Bannen does double duty on Star Wars #1 and