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Wait, What? Ep. 148: International Terminals

Jeff Lester

I wanted to give you something from District 14 but Photobucket was being a dickhead, so… Citizens of Earth! You know I love you, right? (Hold the phone; I’ve found that modern take on Ming The Merciless we’ve all been looking for…) So I hope you’ll forgive me if this post comes and goes like the wind:  Edi is getting back into town after a long weekend away, and I am rushing to get this posted before her flight gets in. It’s just like the end of Risky Business, except I’m a grown-ass man so all I had to do was throw away some doughnut boxes and put away my Miyazaki DVDs.  (You know, just like grown-ass men do.) Anyway. …  Read More…

Wait, What? Ep. 111: Things That Go Wrong…

Jeff Lester

It’s….not easy to explain. Trust me. Oh, man.  Remember all the questions you guys asked us and we didn’t get to?  Well, don’t say we didn’t start 2013 right! After the jump:  Show notes,  no more terrifying photos, still kissing with saliva, etc., etc.

“Breathe DEEPLY, Kane.” Comics! Sometimes There Is An Interruption!

John Kane

Hello, everyone! Just a short note to say that there will be no posting about comics from an old man with a shaky grasp on quality. Alas, illness comes to us all and I am probably just being a big ninny but I am certainly faring better than my namesake below: Filched image  featuring art and words from Walter Simonson and Archie Goodwin’s ALIEN: THE ILLUSTRATED STORY. Which is VERY GOOD! by the way. Next Time:  More talking about COMICS! Have a good weekend, all!

Arriving 10/12/11

Brian Hibbs

Woke up under the weather — here’s this week, no commentary.

Hibbs Returns

Brian Hibbs

I spent almost all of last week sick and in bed — damn the plague bearing children! But I owe you some reviews, I think, let’s see what I can do, in that Old School format… BLACKEST NIGHT #5: Really all that one wants out of a big Comics Event (well, or any comic for that matter) is to be surprised a little, to have that “Neat, I didn’t see THAT coming!” moment. And this issue of BN certainly gave me that pretty substantially. I also liked that the Rainbow Squad did exactly nothing. I’m going to go with VERY GOOD here, especially given that this is the issue a lot more people are likely to buy because of the…  Read More…

NYCC: The Dream

Brian Hibbs

One of the big downsides of being sick is that you sleep a lot, but you’re not really sleeping WELL — tossing and turning all night long, waking up in pain, and the latest one, now that the antibiotics have started to work, the pain in the tonsils has switched to a sinus drip in the back of the throat, so that sleeping at night is sort of like being slowly waterboarded in your sleep. Joy. But, last night I finally had like 6 solid hours of REM sleep, and what do you know I dream about a comics convention. Actually, it was more like New York City itself had been turned INTO a giant comics convention, because my dream…  Read More…

Tonsillitis

Brian Hibbs

Tuesday, while I was in the middle of pulling the comics, I started to get chills, then fever, then chills again, and I was feeling very logy. When I got home Tuesday night, I passed out for nearly 24 hours. On Wednesday, the searing throat pain began, and the only reason I didn’t sleep continuously for the next 24 hours was that pain. Thursday I finally went to a doctor — Tonsillitis is the verdict and anti-biotics should knock it back fairly soon, but if you wonder why I’ve been completely silent here (and only writing Priority One emails), its because I feel like someone stuck a rusty dagger in my mouth, and really all I want to do is…  Read More…

Happy Birthday, CE!

Brian Hibbs

Ugh, I’ve come down with some sort of horrible cold (thanks, Ben!), and I’m sitting here shivering barely able to put two words together, and trying desperately to not nod off at the counter until Carissa comes in in an hour, so I’m going to push off the return of Around the Store until tomorrow (I hope?) But I did want to note that today is the 19th anniversary of Comix Experience! Not the state I want to be in for it, but you take what you can get…. OK, back to nodding off… -B

Ugh, Sick Again: Shipping 5/31

Brian Hibbs

rassen frassen plague carrying children… Been asleep most of the last 48 hours, that’s why this is late. REMEMBER: due to Memorial Day, comics are THURSDAY this week. DO NOT go to your Local Comics Shop on Wednesday, or they will laugh at you behind your back! ACTION COMICS #850 (NOTE PRICE) AMAZONS ATTACK #2 (OF 6) ANITA BLAKE VAMPIRE HUNTER GUILTY PLEASURES HANDBOOK BETTY #165 BLACK COAT OR GIVE ME DEATH #1 (OF 4) BLUE BEETLE #15 BOYS #7 (RES) CHUCKY MEDORS CVR A #2 (OF 5) COUNTDOWN 48 CROSSING MIDNIGHT #7 CTHULHU TALES RISING ONE SHOT (O/A) DAREDEVIL #97 DARK XENA #2 DEADMAN #10 DEATHBLOW #5 DRAWING FROM LIFE #1 FALLEN ANGEL IDW #16 FRESHMEN VOL 2 SCOTT…  Read More…

Your Turn To Curtsy, My Turn To Critic: Most of Jeff’s Reviews of 05/09 Books….

Jeff Lester

Someone spun the Savage Critic Wheel of Unwellness this week and it’s still pointing at me–I’ve felt like ass on a stick for the last 72 hours and I’m not happy at about it at all. On the other hand, if I end up calling in sick on Monday, I can stay in and watch Mario Bava movies all day. So things could be much, much worse, I guess. AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #540: This isn’t over yet? Seeing as I’ve read, I dunno, maybe six to eight other Spidey books between last issue (shipped on 3/21?) and this one, the narrative drive seems significantly diminished here–if this had been a weekly event or something, maybe it’d be easier for me to…  Read More…

Arriving 3/14

Brian Hibbs

I’m probably stupid to have not mentioned this before, but my understanding is that we DO have a large confirmed order of CAPTAIN AMERICA #25 (1st printings) coming in this Wednesday, and we currently have a list going at the store if you want to “get in line” for one. We are, last time I looked (Saturday) about 16 deep now, so we should be able to fill any request before Wednesday with no problem (with the normal cavaet, as we are with all books at all times, you’re limited to 2 copies max, unless you preorder something) I also forgot to mention my appearance on issue #231 of the Comic Geek Speak podcast. I show up around the 51…  Read More…

Miles to go before I wake

Brian Hibbs

So, I’ve been asleep for about 30 of the last 36 hours. Neat! I think I’m largely over my cold now, but I’m still moving at just a fraction of normal speed here, so take pity on the old man for missing a day of daily blogging. Let’s do just a couple of comics before I have to go pick Ben up from school and go to work: MIGHTY AVENGERS #1: Its big and goofy, filled with explosions and people hitting giant monsters. Its basically just fun. THAT’S pretty much what I’ve been wanting from an AVENGERS comic for a while, and this was the first time in (uh, like 3 years?) that I’ve thought that Bendis had the rythym…  Read More…

And on the 8th day came the plague: Hibbs & 3/7 (part 1?)

Brian Hibbs

All that “tired” I’ve been feeling this week has turned into full-fledged “sick”, and my nose is leaking like a sieve. So, in the interest of being able to go to sleep early, just one book today: CAPTAIN AMERICA #25: I was less of a fan of the telegraphing of the issue (ie: all the “And here’s why Steve is just the ginchiest!” stuff, and I thought the “Remember” flashback was pretty awkwardly staged as a story beat, and I also thought that as an “epilogue” to CIVIL WAR, this wasn’t the statement *I* would have made (America Dies) in the wake of what they seem to want to be presenting as the through line (Surrending civil liberties is a…  Read More…

It’s not all Civility, you know: Graeme reviews other books from 2/21.

Graeme McMillan

So, Kate’s sick. I know this because she keeps telling me, just in case I’d forgotten since the last time she told me. In between updates on her condition, she’s keeping herself entertained by watching all of the television we have on TiVo from this past week, which we hadn’t managed to watch because we had houseguests who – horror of horrors! – weren’t fans of shows like The OC (Arune! Please tell me that you were getting all choked up at the end of it as well), Veronica Mars or Kate’s current favorite, Spike’s reruns of Star Trek: Voyager. Me, I’m getting ’round to reviewing things and fielding Kate’s questions as to when I’m going to make her soup…  Read More…

It’s not you, it’s… No, you’re right, it’s you: Graeme’s letter writing to the book of 1/24.

Graeme McMillan

Dear Marvel, I believe that the acronym that the kids today would use today to describe my feelings about your much-hyped one-shot addition to the whole Civil War “event”, CIVIL WAR: THE RETURN, would be – if you will – “WTF?”. I have read your comic in question multiple times by this point, admittedly because the first time I read it, I was kind of stunned by it. I read it, and my mind kind of locked up. And not in a good way, Marvel. Not in a good way. Here’s my thing, Marvel: I don’t understand what you’re doing. I don’t get why you’re bringing this particular character back, or why you’re bringing this particular character back in this…  Read More…

The Sick Trick: Jeff’s Review of 12/13 Books.

Jeff Lester

I’m not capital-S Sick but I am little-s sick: mildly feverish and runny nose to beat the band, sore throat when I wake up, etc. Combine that with the newsletter deadline and a shortened workday on Friday so I could attend the non-CE holiday party, and you’ve got the makings for a whiny, weepy & short set of reviews. Speaking of whining and wailing, has anyone made the jump from Blogger to Blogger Beta and, more specifically, the jump from Haloscan to Blogger Beta’s improved commenting system? We’re going to be making the jump soon (like by the end of the year soon) and I’m trying to figure out if I should muck about with the template so that Haloscan…  Read More…

Arriving 11/22

Brian Hibbs

I really wanted to get reviews done last week, but I got flattened by the Flu (also known as: Children are Disease Carriers, yes) — it would be nice if my blog had, you know, content from me. So, Tuesday, for sure, I’ll have soemthing up on last week’s books, promise. Here’s what’s coming this week: 24 NIGHTFALL #1 (OF 6) 52 WEEK #29 ACTION COMICS #845 ALL NEW OFF HANDBOOK MARVEL UNIVERSE A TO Z #11 AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #536 CW ANGEL AULD LANG SYNE #1 ANGRY YOUTH COMIX #12 ARCHIE & FRIENDS #105 AVENGERS EARTHS MIGHTIEST HEROES II #2 (OF 8) BETTY & VERONICA DOUBLE DIGEST #147 BIG BANG COMICS PRESENTS PROTOPLASMAN #3 BIG QUESTIONS #9 BLUE BEETLE #9…  Read More…

Not Quite Ill, Far From Well: Jeff’s Reviews of 7/26 Books….

Jeff Lester

Maybe it’s allergies and not a cold at all. All I know is, between it and all the Walgreen’s Rest Easy Nighttime Cough syrup(compare to the active ingredients in Vicks Nyquil Cough) I’ve been consuming, I’m simultaneously most of the Seven Dwarfs at once: Grumpy, Sneezy, Sleepy, Doc and Dopey (good Christ, do I feel Dopey!) plus a few others left out of the original–Lazy, Coughy, Whiney and Rarely Ambulatory. Any words of condolence you wish to proffer to my wife will be duly forwarded. On the other hand: comic books! They’re a pip, ain’t they? 52 WEEK #12: I mean, check out 52. I dug this issue quite a lot, although part of that is undoubtedly me being smack-dab…  Read More…

Lifestyles of the Sick and Craptacular: Jeff’s Takes on 7/12/06 Books….

Jeff Lester

Finally, I am sick. Months after Hibbs and the GMc became deathly ill and recovered, I was struck–on my last four days of vacation–with an ultra-phlegmatic cold that makes me incapable of concentrating on anything but recently rented video games (which, now that I think of it, I was supposed to return last night. Crap.) as opposed to comic books and movies and a writing deadline for the next newsletter. Yes, pity me, boo hoo and all that. It does suck, though, when you return to work and a coworker cheerfully asks you, “Hey, welcome back! How was your time off?” But, before you can answer, you all but yank the tendons out of your neck turning away so you…  Read More…

I’m not dead…

Graeme McMillan

…I’m just sick. Which is very annoying, because it means I’ve not picked up Scott Pilgrim 3 yet, nor had a chance to bitch about Moon Knight #2 from last week or say that 52 #2 was better than #1. Someone who is healthy, however, is Brian, who’s got a new Tilting at Windmills up at Newsarama, so go and read that while conducting magical ceremonies to make me healthier.

Arriving 5/3

Brian Hibbs

Yet another sick week here — this time it wasn’t me though, it was Ben. Poor little guy. It started last Tuesday when something in his jaw swelled up like a golfball (“bacterial infection of the salivary gland” was the Dr’s best guess — though he was scared it could be Mumps, despite Ben being immunized). There is nothing in the universe — NOTHING — worse than a sick kid. Someone who is normally vivacious, and curious and loving and enthusiastic suddenly just sitting there like a lump, moaning in pain, where’s there’s virtually nothing you can actually DO for them. It REALLY stinks. Well, we put Ben on antibiotics, and wouldn’t you know it, though it was very effective…  Read More…

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