Articles by Bob Leeper
Bob Leeper co-owned Mesa’s art and collectibles shop Evermore Nevermore, a pop culture haven that was instrumental in reviving the once-sleepy downtown scene by attracting eclectic artisans and other creative forces while organizing events such as Steampunk Street and ENCREDICON.
An event took place this past week that somehow moved all of the world’s problems to the back burner and brought this particular comic book cover into focus.
The novelty of the first film has worn thin and the 3.0 version is a rehash of the same material, with new members in the ever expanding Expendable universe.
If there is one thing we’ve learned from sci-fi films over the past couple of years it’s that teens are in for a rough ride in our inevitable dystopian society.
Friedman’s “Heroes of the Comics: Portraits of the Legends of Comic Books” sings the praises of many of the previously unknown pioneers of modern pop culture.
The lovely Bereet (or Bird-woman as she is called by Hulk) first appeared in Rampaging Hulk #1, which was a B&W magazine-sized comic meant for mature readers.