Archive for November, 2010

Stop Feeding It After Midnight!


Too much. Too, too much. You walk off for a few months, you come back, and they’ve bred all over the living room floor.

I’m talking about my comic universes, held in the cosmos of my heart since I was about eight years old. I can understand all this multiplication in the capitalistic terms it deserves…but is the writing suffering? Is the art down? Are we venturing towards yet another era of Youngblood? I shudder.

Consider the facts. Comic books are doing very, very well. I don’t think there’s been a better time to be into comic books than perhaps the Golden Age. While issues might not be selling by the millions, they are definitely more readily available than once upon a time. Digital comics, bookstores offering graphic novels. Marvel was bought by Disney. The Dark Knight did very, very well indeed. Iron Man was a surprise hit, prompting studio bigwigs to get excited about the fact a best-selling idea can come from just about anywhere. Read the rest of this entry →

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11 2010

Issue 134 – Baby Daddy


It’s time for a game of “Who your baby daddy?” When the boys welcome Rahne Sinclair (Wolfsbane) into the studio and drill her on the true identity of her baby daddy. Next up, Damien Wayne (Robin) stops by to show the queers what’s what with the Joker.



11 2010