"I read the first issue in my blink-and-it's-gone DRCs, and remember being kinda overwhelmed/wowed. Which is good for a first issue. I tried to remember to buy it at my LCS, but by the time I did they were sold out. I'll try to get one…"
"I caught up on the Hickman's X-Periment last night.
X-Force #1: I've never been a fan of this book's concept; I don't generally root for assassins. Plus, Wolverine is a killer and always has been, so I can see him doing this. But…"
"Cyclops is sick and Sprite is nursing him? As excuses go for a character's absence, that's pretty lame. Couldn't they have been in space? Busy with a mission of their own? Off starring in World's Finest Comics?
"Previews World has the details on Wonder Woman Giant 2. We get two new stories in this one -- one co-starring Lois Lane, and another co-starring Deadshot:***"The Curse of the K2," a 16-page story written by Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda…"
Copyright DC Comics Inc.Black Canary: Ignite is a new Young Adult graphic novel by Meg Cabot and Cara McGee, about a 13-year-old Dinah Lance just growing into her inherited super-power.By Andrew A. SmithTribune Content AgencyHow do you find your voice?It’s a question that each of us must answer on our own, usually in adolescence. But when you’re a 13-year-old Dinah Lance,…See More
"For the first time ever, I'm enjoying Arrow more than Flash. It's on a timer and knows it, and is holding nothing back.
We've watched a couple episodes of Batwoman and Supergirl so far, and most of Flash. We're recording…"
"I'm enjoying the entire slate this season. I dropped Arrow last year, but this season is going out with a bang.
Batwoman was a slow start but it's growing on me. Nancy Drew is holding me, certainly more than Riverdale did."
"Walking Dead didn't use a lot of popular music until just recently; it's been mostly scored, unless they had a specific reason to source some music (such as Beth singing a Tom Waits song in, jeez, season 3?). It's been one of the…"
"It’s a slow boil waiting for the inevitable Negan/Alpha/Beta dustup.
They’ve introduced Stephanie, so the “Commonwealth” storyline is on the horizon.
I’ve long thought there should be a Walking Dead soundtrack CD, and a…"
""I'm a no-faith guy..."
"While religious people believe in a divine deity with no evidence to confirm or deny this, humanists believe in the basic goodness of humanity in the face of a huge amount of evidence to the contrary. In…"
"How about the Brady home from Brady Bunch?
Or the Cunningham home from Happy Days? There was a diner too, I think.
How about the Kent farm on Smallville? That was recently re-used on Supergirl. Also, the Daily Planet was memorable on Smallville --…"
"Finally caught up on Flash, and I'm not as anxious as others to see the Crisis get here so we're done with Barry & Co. anticipating his death. How often on a show like this do you deal with impending, unstoppable death? It's like…"
Cap, a slight correction to your "Reprint Wishes" in CBG #1680. It was the Armorines that wore "Iron Man-type armor." The bodies of the H.A.R.D. Corps members were implanted with technology that would allow them to utilize one Harbinger power (such as strength or invulnerability) at a time. H.A.R.D. Corps #4 was my first Valiant book.