NYCC 2012 Day 4 – The Last Day, with Cosplay of the Day (of course)

Ah Sunday, that quiet restful day at the end of the week. Not at Comic Con!  Turn out look to be up on Sunday against last year, from my observation, with a lot of young kids and families on hand.  This makes me think a few things: Could NYCC be outgrowing the Jacob Javits Center? and if it is, where else in New York City could it move to?  Would it leave Manhattan? Would it … Continue reading

Exile’s Pull List 4/28/10

I get it, I have been behind of late – Life is busy. Just a heads up – I have Yankees tickets for 5/5 – so I won’t get my books til late that day – deal Right to the pull list this week – you know where to find my read of (last) week GREEN LANTERN CORPS #47 DC Story: Peter Tomasi Art: Pat Gleason and Rebecca Buchman The final “epilogue” of Blackest Night. … Continue reading

Exile’s Pullist – Week of 3/31/10

The dawn has finally come to my Read of the Week -Blackest Night #8 but here is a quick look at what else happened this past week in comics. JUSTICE SOCIETY OF AMERICA #37 DC Story:Bill Willingham Art: Jesus Merino and Jesse Delperdang The Justice Society have been fighting Nazis since World War II. 65 years later and it seems like the war never ended for the JSA, 2010 saw the Fourth Reich rise, and … Continue reading

Exile’s Pull list for the week of 12/23/09

Hope you all had a Merry Christmas, Happy Chanukah, Joyous Kwanzaa, and a Festivus for the rest of us. Click here to see what was the Exile’s Read of the Week Green Lantern #49 Here is my holiday week The Pull List Blackest Night: JSA#1 Blackest Night tie in DC Story: James Robinson Art: Eddy Barrows and Marcos Marz- The JSA face their fallen members. And with a team as old as the JSA, that’s … Continue reading

Book of the Week 10/28/09

DETECTIVE COMICS #858 Writer: Greg Rucka Art: Art by JH Williams III Second feature: The Question Writer: Greg Rucka Art: Cully Hamner Cover by JH Williams III Publisher: DC This was a really good week for comics for me, and picking a book of the week was not easy. And it didn’t go the way I thought it would. This week it’s Detective Comics. I have to admit, right up until I sat down to … Continue reading