Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Micro-Reviews: G. I. JOE, Vol. 5, Part One

The final Marvel collection of the original G. I. JOE comics. Serpentor enters, dividing fandom (who had no clue Cobra-La was coming.) #GIJoe@JScottCampbell
Funny that the cover features Joes Hama never showed much interest in. Sunbow fans would probably respond to this, tho. With the possible exception of Airtight, these were prominent Sunbow characters. Serpentor is also in his Sunbow colors; his cape (and often cowl) was always green in the comics, for some reason.

Monday, December 10, 2018

How Spawn Transitioned From Comics to (Very R-Rated) TV


I'm going back to the pilot for Todd McFarlane's Spawn this week on CBR. It's very possible I'll cover the entire six-episode season, if there's interest.

Monday, December 3, 2018

When Batman: The Animated Series Confronted ... the 1990s


This week on CBR, I'm going back to the debut of the most '90s of the Animated villains. Plus, his official canon appearance, not long after. Watch as I attempt to avoid calling him "Lockdown," as I am wont to do for some reason.

Monday, November 26, 2018

Monday, November 19, 2018

Monday, October 29, 2018

October 2018 Link Round-Up


I thought I'd list all of my recent articles in one spot, for convenience's sake. My most recent CBR posts include...

The Batman: The Animated Series episode even Bruce Timm can't watch.

A look back on Pryde of the X-Men, the failed X-pilot of the '80s.

An article I have no idea if people are interested in, but I greatly enjoyed. Remember The Maxx on MTV?

Finally, an examination of Kevin Conroy's history in the role of Batman.

And, in case you weren't aware, I've been going back to the earliest animated commercials for Marvel's G. I. Joe comics over at Gentlemen of Leisure. Hopefully, more of those will be appearing soon.



Monday, October 1, 2018

How Spider-Man: The Animated Series (Unfortunately) Tackled Venom


This week at CBR, I finish up the Spider-Man animated series' "Alien Costume Saga," along with Venom's comics debut from all the way back in Amazing #300.

Monday, September 24, 2018

When Spider-Man: The Animated Series Went… Dark


This week at CBR, I'm looking back on the original adaptation of the Alien Costume Saga. Roided-out Spidey wants you to know the check's in the mail, baby!

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Thursday, September 13, 2018

Micro-Reviews: G. I. JOE, Vol. 4, Part One

Vol. 4 reprint. Entering now perhaps the best-known JOE era. These are the issues released during the earliest days of the cartoon. #GIJoe @JScottCampbell
For fans like me too young to read comics, their earliest JOE impressions are made here. I'll begin my reviews of Vol. 4 this week. AND, the next installment in my #GIJoe novel is available for free.(smashwords.com/profile/view/G…)
On to the reviews...

Monday, September 3, 2018

Batman: The Animated Series – The Debut of Batman’s Favorite Mystery Lady


This week on CBR, I'm revisiting the debut of Talia on Batman: The Animated Series...along with her introduction from the Denny O'Neil era. Spoiler -- she's not wearing the catsuit in her first appearance.

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

G. I. Joe Season 3.4: SINGLE-DIGIT SURVIVAL RATE


The final volume (for now) in my Sunbow-inspired G. I. Joe series is available now over at Smashwords! Download for free in any format!  Here's the synopsis:

Did Jinx survive her hellacious journey to Ireland?  Can Flint endure a round of Dreadnok torture?  Is Low-Light keeping a secret that endangers the future of the team?  And who the heck tied Firefly up in the basement?  Find out the answers and more in the latest continuation of the classic Sunbow G. I. JOE continuity! 

If you have any thoughts, please feel free to share them. And if you think anyone out there would be interested in the series, please pass along the links.  Thanks, folks!

Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Batman: The Animated Series – Why You Never Sully the Joker’s Image


This week on CBR, I'm looking back on one of the better Joker episodes (in spite of AKOM's attempts to kill the thing)...and a fantastic issue from the Puckett/Parobeck Batman Adventures run.
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...