My Comic Relief One Year Celebration

By Green Onion

Happy blogging birthday! Bloggoversary! One year milestone! Whatever you want to call it, today My Comic Relief has been active for a whole year. Congratulations Michael, the rookie season is over. Continue reading

Walking Through The Walking Dead (Season Six): Who’s the Real Villain Here?

I did another guest post for Kalie over at Just Dread-Full!  This is a look back at the last season of The Walking Dead and the introduction of (from my knowledge) their soon-to-become super villain Negan.  I examine what makes a villain and do a little contrasting between the roles of hero and villain.  It’s also another attempt to help allay some my anxiety in obsessing over what may happen in the Season Seven premiere by focusing on the last season instead!  Soooo if apocalyptic zombie-fueled reflections on heroes and villains sounds like a fun and exciting way to spend a little part of your day, you should totally click here and read it!  Please and thank you :).

Andrew’s DC Diary

By Andrew

It’s a strange time in the land of DC Rebirth. By now most of the titles have reached the end of their story arc and we have now entered an issue or two of downtime to catch our breath in advance of some new story arcs coming on stream. Continue reading

Team-Ups, Guest Stars, and Guest Writers

One of the greatest parts of comic books is the superhero team-up.  Right??  As a kid, I loved picking up a copy of The Amazing Spider-Man to find DAREDEVIL on the cover too!  The fact that all these characters live in the same world, often cross paths and work together is one of the medium’s most enduring and exciting experiences.  I think one of the reasons The Fantastic Four was always my favorite team book growing up was because the FF were a family…but the family kept growing!  You had Reed, Sue, Johnny, and Ben but you also had Spidey, She-Hulk, Ms. Marvel, Ant Man, Storm, Black Panther…and on and on and on!  I loved that idea – one big, ever inclusive vision of family working toward a common goal.  Continue reading