Posts Tagged ‘X-Men’

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By Todd Matthy

It’s the end of the year and a time for reflection. Since everybody’s doing a best of list, I decided to throw in my two cents, so here’s my best of 2011.

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By Todd Matthy

Love him or hate him, Grant Morrison can always start a conversation. As one of the most successful writers in comic books, Grant Morrison’s body of work boasts legendary runs on New X-Men, JLA, All Star Superman, We3, and Arkham Asylum: A Strange House on Strange Earth. (Which I adapted into a play. Yes, shameless plug) While others like The Invisibles, The Filth, and Final Crisis have been called incomprehensible. One way or another people have an opinion of him. So when I found out his writing a book about super heroes and philosophy, I was curious. (more…)

By Todd Matthy

Between the Thor’s, Green Lantern’s, and Captain America’s of this summer it seems a new X-Men movie has been overlooked. After two blockbusters, an average third installment, a prequel some consider a disappointment, and the lack of “big name” X-Men like Cyclops, Storm, and Wolverine, it’s easy to see why many have written off X-Men: First Class before they’ve seen it. So does X-Men: First Class save the franchise or bury it? The answer is it does. (more…)

Today I decided to repost something. I recently made a compilation of my favorite comics from both Marvel and DC.  I’ve decided to repost the links  so you can decide which set is better. Let me know by posting a response below.
My Favorite Marvels

My Favorite DC’s

With New York Comic Con starting tomorrow I’ve decided to get into the spirit by sharing with you my favorite comics. I’m going to start off with my favorite comics from Marvel. Now just to clarify this is NOT A COMPLETE LIST but the ones off the top of my head. So, if you’ve read these, agree with me, or disagree with me, feel free to post. Feel free to post something I missed too. And if you’re heading to the show and haven’t read any of these think of this as a list of stuff to look for. (more…)



Pretty girls and kittens plus Transformers (sorry the image wouldn’t fit), what could be better?

Reading an interview with said pretty girl, Horror Queen Suzi Lorraine and The Architect of the Transformers, former Marvel Writer Bob Budiansky!

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