A Shrouded Mystery Continues In ‘Hero Killer’

By | November 14, 2018

Mainstream comics have been grabbing a lot of headlines as of late and not for the right reasons. Creators are attacking each other, shock tactics are overshadowing storytelling, and flashy covers are being used to sell lackluster stories. It seems like it’s getting harder to find that diamond (of a comic) in the rough. And… Read More »

Digital Comics vs Print: Dawn of the Digital Age

By | July 15, 2018

I have been collecting comics for about twenty-four years and things have certainly changed since my first trip to the comic book store. I still remember walking into Bad Guy Comics and being mesmerized by Dennis Janke’s cover of Man of Steel #1. I just had to have it. Back then, I was limited to… Read More »

Star Wars Gets Despecialized, And It’s Spectacular

By | February 7, 2018

  My love of Star Wars began a long time ago when I was just thirteen years old. I saw the original trilogy when it played on TV as a holiday special.  Back then, Live-TV and On-Demand didn’t exist, and consequently the trilogy was interrupted by commercials, and edited. Although it wasn’t the ideal way… Read More »

‘The Last Jedi’ Force Chokes Audience With Hype, Fails To Resonate

By | December 21, 2017

A long time ago…I started writing this article. In fact, I started it immediately after seeing The Last Jedi on opening night. Since then, I’ve been wrestling with my initial feelings about the film. I’ve been listening to podcasts, watching YouTube videos, and reading articles that breakdown the film, and vary in opinion. I did… Read More »

Sound Accessories of the Year – 2017

By | December 7, 2017

I listen to a ton of music – almost constant music in fact, so I need the right accessories to enjoy my tunes. I’ve got headphones, earbuds, FM transmitters, bluetooth receivers, turntables, speakers, wifi speakers, and voice recognition speakers. Did I mention I like music? These are my favorite audio products of the year:   Plantronics Backbeat… Read More »