Remember when Superheroes used to fight bank robbers and purse snatchers?
Remember when a hero fought the villain only a couple buildings and few cars got smashed and not the entire bloody city? Something even ordinary insurance could cover and not cripple the economy of the entire country trying fix it if they really had to.
Remember when some story lines ended after a single issue. Stand alones...merciful Allah I'd kill for a stand alone story and not another all encompassing
Okay I was in my LCS today buying my weekly load of nerdware. Before I pay I ask the young lady behind the counter a very profound question. One that I think may be beyond anyone's answering.
"So, 'Infinity' or 'Trinity War'?"
As I feared she had no clear answer to my quandary. So we discussed the Next Big Events, the build up, the interest on-line, which will be the most underwhelming, etc...I even ask her what books she collecting, as I'm always on the look
Kids these days, gotta love 'em.
One of them was talking to me about the Avengers movie and how he scored a comic that was way old and stuff. He went on and on about it and what's going to happen next in the sequel. I smiled and nodded and replied that was way cool. Didn't say what was in my heart. Didn't want to say this:
You think you're a Nerd, boy? Not bloody likely, boy.
I'M A NERD.
I was there when the Dark Knight Returned!
I was there when
Updated 07-07-2013 at 08:13 PM by Terry Verticchio
I've decided to go ahead and start blogging about the different features on the site here. Hopefully If people are aware of the different features on the site they will take advantage of them!
First a quick announcement - embedding of images has been enabled in the Arena and Games forum. Let's see how that goes...
One of the features that has been active for some time on the site is the ability for users to upload photos to their profile. I know of one user in particular
Well guys, itís been about twelve minutes since I launched a new product, so itís time, wouldnít you say?
Iíve been reading comic books since about 1985 or so. Since 2003, Iíve been writing about them over at CXPulp.com and various other places all over the internet. And now, because absolutely nobody is demanding it, Iím presenting my new series of collected features from the corners of the web, The Obligatory Everything But Imaginary.