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Archive | December, 2006

What if God was one of us…

I am now a week behind with just about everything. Well, not everything, but a lot of things. I had planned this week’s entry for the week of Xmas, and I had planned a lovely little bit of holiday artwork, but then the holidays and their own obligations stepped in. Anyway, now I am wiser […]

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It’s beginning to look a lot like- Oh shut up.

(I read several comics this week, but I’m just a little too stressed out tonight to write a full review. My apologies, this might just get worse as the holiday season thickens like congealing reindeer fat.) I don’t know where my holiday cheer went. It’s been absent for a few years, probably since my twin […]

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Hollywood is ruining comic books part 2.

The next few years is going to top the last few years in comic book movies, Ghost Rider, 300, TMNT, Spider-Man 3, Fantastic Four: Rise of The Silver Surfer, Stardust, Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk 2, The Dark Knight, and Hellboy 2: The Golden Army. This is the short list of comic book movies coming […]

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Ala Peanut Butter Sandwiches…!

Magic. What is it really? Is it a series of effects generated by force of will? Is it the result of ritualistic entreaties made to a divine (or infernal) Other, answered eventually, or for a price? Is it something strange and wondrous, bound up in unpronounceable words and complicated gestures, or even the wave of […]

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Save the Cheerleader, Save the World!

I must say I am addicted to Heroes. This is by far the best interpretation of comics to film I have seen so far. Like all TV it drags on and on. Waiting a week to see the next episode is a week too long. Course for some reason, TV likes to put everything on […]

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Back to work.

As promised, here is your return to normalcy, or whatever amounts to it around here. We’re talking webcomics this week, and continuing the look at work in comics that I started a few weeks ago, with a look at a unique dichotomy of joblessness and low-income work, as exhibited by Paul Southworth’s* Ugly Hill and […]

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