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Thor by Mark Brooks & Sonia Oback
I am a make up junkie. That’s just a fact. Inglot Cosmetics have always been a company I’ve eyed for a while because I’ve always heard good things about them, and they have an awesome customize it yourself freedom system … Continue reading
Our coverage of New York Comic Con continued this past Friday with Marvel’s REvolution panel, which detailed even more of the new titles launching in the coming months. The panel included such big Marvel names as Axel Alonso, Tom … Continue reading
Come on, everyone has to realise that today Marvel’s Thor movie is available to buy (FINALLY). I know that I am jumping in excitement and couldn’t wait to get my hands on a copy. To celebrate GRCT is sharing some … Continue reading
I managed to catch a screening of Thor at my local theater this past weekend. To be honest, back when they first started promoting Thor (way back before Iron Man 2, if my memory serves), I figured that it’d be … Continue reading
We’ve all been pretty busy lately here, between cons, birthdays, getting sick, work, and all the other various things life throws at us. We still have lots of interesting posts in the work, so we’re throwing this up as a … Continue reading
Dee: It wasn’t a huge week for me comics-wise, though there were a few good books I grabbed. But, this week, it’s a book and a trade that make my list! Chantaal: It was a slow week for me as … Continue reading
It’s Saturday night. Emma is wine-drunk and reading comics! This is what she read and then blogged about in the third person: Secret Six #30 Last time I did one of these, some people disagreed with my assertion that strippers … Continue reading
As you wake from your slumber in the South Pole, and prepare to swim north to provide all the waiting boys and girls their presents (and sometimes a regurgitated fish) to commemorate the winter/summer solstice (hemisphere dependent), I thought I … Continue reading