I asked for and received several new books for my birthday in late November and Christmas. Most of these will likely be featured in some manner this year. Some of them will get full reviews, others will offer up a story or two to an article. Below I’ll list them along with a few brief […]Read More THINGS TO COME IN 2019
For this poll, I’m looking for the scariest, horror-themed, obscure Marvel super villain. I know Galactus and Thanos would certainly be terrifying to encounter, but I’m looking for ones who fit solidly in a horror setting by either their look, origin or power. I’ve also left out the very well known villains such as Dracula, […]Read More Who’s The Scariest, Obscure Marvel Comic Book Villain?
As a child, I was a huge G.I. Joe fan. I collected the action figures, watched the cartoons and read the comics (which were excellent, by the way). As with most properties, I tend to find myself drawn to the villains more often than the heroes. So, I’d be interested in which of the bad […]Read More CHOOSE YOUR FAVORITE COBRA AGENT
I recently picked up the trade paperback, DOCTOR STRANGE: THE OATH, which collects all five issues of the highly regarded mini-series, plus a fun little teaser story. Written by Matthew Vaughan with art by Marcos Martin, it begins with Doctor Strange reeling after being shot in the chest by a mercenary calling himself Brigand. Upon […]Read More DOCTOR STRANGE: THE OATH
I love a good haunted house tale. They’re my favorite type of story. Add that to the fact I’ve also been a collector of Marvel Comics for over 25 years, and you’d think the two would have mixed numerous times. Alas, this has not been the case, so I set out to make a list […]Read More The Top Seven Haunted Houses in The Marvel Universe (Plus One DC) by Matt Cowan