Can DC Comics Be Saved?

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Lately it seems that every week there is a story somewhere on the web about DC Comics, and how in one way or another they are screwing up.   It’s so bad that there is website dedicated to the question, “Has DC Comics done something stupid today?”  Being a life long DC fan, it has been upsetting, and frustrating.  I want them to be good. I want to read great stories featuring some of my favorite … Continue reading

Staff Picks – Comics for May 14, 2014

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It’s Wednesday, you’re headed in to your local comic shop, and you don’t know what you are going to get yet? Here’s what the crew at Geeksville think you should be dropping your ducats on this week. You’re welcome. Batman Eternal #6 – DC Comics Writers: Tim Seeley, John Layman, Ray Fawkes, James T Tynion IV, Scott Snyder Art: Trevor McCarthy What DC says: Something hellish is brewing in the tunnels under Arkham Asylum, and … Continue reading

New Doctor Who Comics in 2014!

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If you know me at all you know that the two things I geek out the most about are comic books and Doctor Who.  So you know when I can talk about both at the same time I am one very happy geek. When it was announced last year that IDW would be losing the Doctor Who license I was disappointed.  While I don’t think their run was perfect, for the most part I was pretty … Continue reading

New York Comic Con 2012 – Day Two Plus COSPLAY of the DAY

And the crowds descend upon the Javits Center, on the far West Side of Midtown Manhattan (the MTA can’t finish the 7 train extension fast enough for me). Seriously there were a lot of you folks there today, and I got to meet a whole bunch of you! It was a crazy day with lots to see at Day 2 of New York Comic Con.   For me the highlights were meeting Fifth Doctor, Peter Davison … Continue reading

New York Comic Con 2012 – Day One. Plus COSPLAY of the DAY

Has it been a year already? Fall has always been a favorite time of year of mine,  there are non-geek reasons why,  I love College Football (GO BLUE!) and the Yankees are always in the post-season, and late September/early October is just  the best time to walk and explore all New York City has to offer. But you don’t care about that.  You want to hear about New York Comic Con – don’t you? Yep, … Continue reading