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    Go Go Godzilla!

    Go Go Godzilla!

    With Godzilla vs. Kong releasing this week, I think it is time to shed some light on the comics that may have been forgotten through Godzilla and Toho’s long running monster history. I went back throu...

    April Fools Day with Comics Greatest Pranksters

    April Fools Day with Comics Greatest Pranksters

    April Fool’s day is just around the corner (or rather past the corner when this is published) and I think there is something to be said for the tricksters in comic book history. Many of our greatest h...

    US Presidency in Comic Book History

    US Presidency in Comic Book History

    Now I know we are already in March, this blog post was originally written before the ice storm so forgive the delay! President’s day was February 15th during Houston’s historic ice storm and I figured...

    WandaVision: Why you should read Vision by Tom King

    WandaVision: Why you should read Vision by Tom King

    The twelve issue maxi-series released in 2015 has long been my favorite work of King’s and that says quite a bit given his many volumes of work. Vision is a story of the titular character and his Midw...

    What to Read Before Wonder Woman 1984

    What to Read Before Wonder Woman 1984

    While Warner Brothers' deal to release 2020/2021’s blockbuster films on streaming as well as cinemas has been contentious with film fans at best, I am beyond excited that we are finally going to be ab...

    Star Wars: the High Republic

    Star Wars: the High Republic

    What is the High Republic?

    The High Republic takes place 200 years before the events of the Skywalker Saga even begins, namely before the Phantom Menace. It focuses on a time of peace and expansion i...

    Native American Heritage Month in Comics

    Native American Heritage Month in Comics

    November is Native American Heritage month and I wanted to not only highlight native characters in comics but also provide a commentary on how they have been routinely stereotypically portrayed and wh...

    US History in Comics for 'Hamilton' Fans

    US History in Comics for 'Hamilton' Fans

    It’s a bit late in the month for an Independence Day post but I know in quarantine many a viewer, myself included, have been watching the American Musical Hamilton on Disney+ (over and over and over a...