Brian Bannen reviews Superman #28, Revenge #1 and Hawkeye #15, while Jill Scharr takes on Lois Lane #1 in this week’s edition of Last Week’s Comics.
Recently I was cleaning my room and I came across a box that I haven’t unpacked since my move last July. In it were random odds and ends and some toys that decorated my last apartment. One of these toys was my ED-209 from 1989, a toy made by Kenner that was based on the cartoon that was based on the original Robocop movie.
Brian Bannen reviews Supergirl #28, Justice League #28 and Daredevil #36 in this week’s edition of Last Week’s Comics.
Brian Bannen reviews The X-Files: Season 10 #9, The Superior Spider-Man #27 and Batman #28 in this week’s edition of Last Week’s Comics.
It’s a shame that women can’t go to conventions without being harassed in this day and age. The idea of a lady going to SDCC in a Batman t-shirt to seem “cool” has been thoroughly debunked by people smarter than me, so I won’t dwell on it here. But geek culture didn’t come up with this blatantly misogynistic stereotype because it inherently hates women. Have you read anything Gail Simone’s ever written? Do you watch Tara Long’s stuff over at Revision3? Women and nerdy things combine pretty well, as it turns out.
After a somewhat misspent youth experimenting with drugs, my biggest disappointment was that I didn’t see a pink elephant. Or blurry demon. Or a talking hot dog. The time I tried acid was mellow: I felt like I was in a sound bubble moving through the Florida night. And, truth be told, I was inside a pick up truck with Aphex Twin on the stereo. The best thing I can come up with was the time we were in an after-hours club by our house, high on ecstasy. It was well into the morning, so we kept our trip rolling
Unwinnable interviews comic scribe Garth Ennis about his Titan Books anthology Battle Classics.
Brian Bannen reviews Ms. Marvel #1, Green Lantern/Red Lantern #28 and Secret #5 in this week’s edition of Last Week’s Comics.