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Kamandi #32 – August, 1975

Classic Comic Cover Corner – Kamandi #32

August 31, 2014 – 7:45 am |

One of my favorite Kirby characters has always been Kamandi, the Last Boy on Earth, and on the cover of Kamandi #32, the “King” himself even makes an appearance.

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Magic 2015: Not the digital powerhouse the card game deserves, but a good start

September 1, 2014 – 3:00 pm |

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I didn’t play Magic: The Gathering — Duel of the Planeswalkers 2014 for very long on the iPad — I found it to be clunky, and there’s still a good deal of that clunkiness in the new 2015 version. Unfortunately, there also seems to be fewer options — unless you want to spend a bunch of money on in-app purchases. Read the full story »

Classic Comic Cover Corner – Kamandi #32

August 31, 2014 – 7:45 am |
Kamandi #32 – August, 1975

One of my favorite Kirby characters has always been Kamandi, the Last Boy on Earth, and on the cover of Kamandi #32, the “King” himself even makes an appearance.

Book review: ‘Marvel Comics 75 Years of Cover Art’ is not without its issues

August 27, 2014 – 7:45 am |
Marvel Comics 75 Years of Cover Art

This is a must-have tome that will likely be treasured for decades to come — but it does have some issues, and I’m not talking about the comic continuity kind.

Saboten Con jam-packed with gaming fun this weekend in Glendale

August 25, 2014 – 12:30 pm |

Saboten Con is slated to take place this labor day weekend in Glendale

Classic Comic Cover Corner – Wonder Woman #13

August 24, 2014 – 7:45 am |
Wonder Woman #13 – June, 1945

The new WW, Gal Gadot, took the “Ice Bucket challenge” earlier this week and it made us wonder if Wonder Woman herself had ever endured such a chilly adventure.

Review: Sin City: A Dame to Kill For – Part Dame, part same, part lame

August 22, 2014 – 7:50 am |
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

Frank Miller’s “A Dame to Kill For” tale is completely intact and is worth the price of admission on its own, but the rest of the film is not nearly as great.