stevieD has some coffee and goes on many rants/raves about this week’s comics. He sits down and frantically reviews books like FF #7; Captain America & Bucky #620; Justice Society of America #53, and RetroAcive ’70′s Superman #1. He seems to have an obsession with touching himself. Sorry.
Archive for July, 2011
I’m queer for Superman: Earth One, because I love a good reimaging of an iconic character…and probably why I’ll buy the next Madonna album. Superman: Earth One is important because it wasn’t too long ago that our collective world was rocked by the DCnU announcement. DC proclaimed it was relaunching, I mean rebooting, I mean who the fuck cares; its entire comic book line. This is obviously not the first time something like this has been done, but it might be the first time there seems to be an all out commitment to begin a new era of DC Comics. The driving force is not really creative, but financial, because the comic industry is not growing even with the success of comic based films. Obviously, it has made some people unhappy, those old comic queens, and some of us remain either optimistic or just…like whatever it will all be redone in two years.
The best way to describe the current “AVENGERS: THE CHILDREN’S CRUSADE” nine part mini series?
Sounds exciting, right? At first… the sights ~ the sounds ~ the smells ~ but after those first five cocks, when your wrist gets tight, and your throat starts to lock, the last thing you want to do is see another penis! I guess what I am saying is:
Please Allan Heinberg and Jim Cheung, Don’t make me hate CUM GUZZLING!!!
I mean, um… the YOUNG AVENGERS!
While we edit the special “Liberation” episode, Legionnaire Lynot brings you quickie reviews of Secret 7 #2, World of Flashpoint #2 and Adventure Comics #528. Books just came out two days ago and there are some spoilers so listen at your own risk! Tweets from listeners and ‘casters are featured.
Bottom line: Read them!
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Once upon a time, before there were Napsters or Friendsters, maybe even before there were hamsters, people could express themselves in more than 160 characters, but that was a long, long ti……