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Con Talk: Denver ComicCon 2016, Day 2 – Dalton

Denver ComicCon 2016, Day 2 Dalton That’s right, it’s me! Dalton! And I’m back to ramble about some of the headliner panels from this year’s 2nd day of the con! I had the pleasure of sneaking into the panels for Katee Sackhoff, Karl Urban and Stan Lee. And I’ve got […]


Con Talk: Denver Comic Con 2016 Day 1 – Cait

Denver Comic Con 2016 Day 1 Cait As someone who is brand new to the Denver Comic Con, I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect for the first day. As a fan of graphic novels and their use with audiences both young and old, I was very impressed with the […]


Graphic Reviews: DCC Showcase – Jae Lee & Inhumans

DCC Showcase – Jae Lee & Inhumans This week for part three of the DCC Showcase series of Graphic Reviews, I’ll be taking a look at the work of artist Jae Lee. Lee will be on several panels at Denver Comic Con this year, including a panel on creating a […]


Graphic Reviews: Civil War

Civil War So often when you think of superhero battles, you think of good versus evil, hero versus villain. However, when superhero stories really start getting interesting is when the definition of good and evil become more blurred. Both Marvel and DC have played with this to an extent but […]


Graphic Reviews: Black Widow

Black Widow Ever since watching Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (still winner of lamest superhero movie title ever), I’ve been stuck on the problem of movies about singular superheroines. More than anything, I want to see a proliferation of them. But here’s the problem: how many superhero movies are […]


Graphic Reviews: Punisher, Welcome Home, Frank

Punisher, Welcome Home, Frank Since last week in Graphic Reviews I looked at one of the best Daredevil runs in preparation for the new season of the Netflix series, this week I’ll be handling the other side and talking about one of my favorite Punisher stories. Like many antiheroes, Punisher can […]


Graphic Reviews: Daredevil

Daredevil I have to admit to being one of those finicky people who must always read the book or series before I watch the television series or movie based on it. Sometimes that desire gets a little ridiculous but I can’t help it. It’s what drove me to finally read […]


Graphic Reviews: Deadpool

Deadpool As I may have mentioned once or twice, I have long been a fan of the tortured superheroes (Batman being the obvious choice here) and the antiheroes. One of the very first comics that I ever picked up featured a Deadpool/Spiderman team-up and I instantly fell in love. With […]


Graphic Reviews: The Runaways

The Runaways Parents play a huge role in shaping who we are. Their choices about how to guide us (or be completely absent) in our formative years can sometimes shape us into happy adults in the best of cases or neurotic creatures in desperate need of therapy in the worst […]


Graphic Review: Alias & The Pulse

When it comes to superheroes, I have to admit that I’ve always been more of a DC girl. I grew up watching the Batman Animated Series with my brother and Batman has always been my favorite hero. But the longer I read graphic novels and the longer the movie and […]