It seems – at least to me – that there is a subset of Star Trek fans who really don’t like the third season of the original series. Why is that?
Moving on with Chris Claremont’s run on X-Men, let’s take a look at what happens when he decided to rip the team apart!
The whole phenomenon of the ‘kid detective’ / ‘mystery-solving kid gang’ thing seems to be making a bit of a resurgence in the modern pop-cultural zeitgeist of late. I have a vague feeling that Alex Hirsch’s wonderful ‘Gravity Falls’ may have something to do with it, not to mention the Duffer Brothers’ ‘Stranger Things’… but just in the last couple of weeks, it’s been popping up on my radar with an odd regularity and from a number of different sources. Which brings me to Edgar Cantero’s ‘Meddling Kids’.
A question that came up several times after last week’s tale of stepping away from OCD collector mania was, “Yes, but clearly you still COLLECT things, right?”
Well… yes and no.
I’m writing about a new Kickstarter project, because it’s always fun to check in on Kickstarter!
Harley Quinn turns 26 this year. That’s why rebooting characters back to their “definitive” version is usually a bad idea. As probably everyone reading Atomic Junk Shop knows, comics make …
When constructing a story, especially a visual or acted out story or simply when “breaking story” on a script, you identify the moments you need to hit. “Need” is subjective. But you identify the things you can do in a given moment that would be hard to do later. In this case, the moment you can do with god powers in play is to have Thanos win…