You know what I miss?

One of my absolute stylistic dream teams. Ron Wagner inked by Mike Witherby, coloured by Gregory Wright, lettered by Janice Chiang, and written by Len Kaminski I was just poking around for more of Ron Wagner’s pencils, as I lost track of Morbius, The Living Vampire around issue 12 (mostly thanks to the “Midnight Massacre” crossover […]

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Execution Is Mere Formality…

I picked up a copy of Thanos: Infinity Abyss some weeks ago (I think it was from the Record Store Day run, but it’s not important), and took the occasion to read it tonight. Oh, the frustration. On the back: “Five classic costumed champions whose combined strength can move planets and change the course of time […]

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I’ll Never Let You Down

  I’ve been organizing my music the past few days, and listening to records (finally!) with a focus on the ones I haven’t listened to yet (of course!), and yesterday I put on Al Kooper’s You Never Really Know Who Your Friends Are, which I bought in Atlanta last year in October (if that sounds bad, […]

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Well, I’m watching The People vs. George Lucas, and I just pulled these out of the closet.

  All this free time? I’m going to see if I can recapture this. I read some of these books years ago (before the prequels), then purchased them only a few years ago (now after the prequels), and never really read them. The prequels didn’t anger me, or destroy everything–they didn’t pop the balloon of my love […]

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Hew Time

Inspired by Max Roach’s M’Boom, Joe Plummer (Modest Mouse, The Black Heart Procession, The Shins) leads Dale Crover (Melvins, some pre-Grohl Nirvana, occasionally fill-in for Dave Lombardo for Fantômas) and Coady Willis (also Melvins, Dead Low Tide, The Murder City Devils) in an instrumental and somewhat experimental record. If you know more than one of […]

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