Aren't leftists the ones always howling about how people to the right of them are "anti-science"? Then how is it that a simple statement about human DNA which is scientifically true caused a man to lose his livelihood? If you guessed that he must have said something about how humans are created as male or … Continue reading Out of a Job for Crossing the PC Mob
I saw the Superman / Batman movie after Good Friday Services and was thinking.... Thought #1 Lex Luthor = the Joker For some reason the decision was made to make Luthor into the Joker as opposed to himself, Jessie Eisenberg plays the Luthor/Joker well but whoever that was, it wasn't Lex Luthor Thought #2 Ben … Continue reading Five Superman / Batman Movie Thoughts
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I remember this line from an old justice League comic with a hero from the future called Booster Gold (pretty lame character actually) who while fighting a group of villains encounters a shapely enemy that strikes a pose asking: "You wouldn't hit a girl would you?" he answers "Well..." you see a panel with the … Continue reading “…in our century equality is a given so we can hit anyone”
Reading this story via Glenn I have one thing to say to our press corps: If you treat someone as your feudal Lord then you have no business complaining if you are treated like a petitioning serf. And amazingly, you know who agrees with me on this? None other than Ted Rall: The Nation and … Continue reading A clue for the press corps and Ted Rall
...as a old Green Lantern fan this look VERY cool: It could stink you never know but it looks cool.
On both the redesign and today's Doctor Who comedy comic with Bugs Bunny as the 3rd Doctor and Wile E Coyote as the Master. How can even this president keep me depressed when I have stuff like this to cheer me up?
Yeah I'm upset about the Arizona ruling, the Massachusetts electoral college law and the Keeton case but there is joy in DaTechGuy ville today: For Rich has started his newest Doctor Who saga Outrage today staring the 6th Doctor and Mel! So get yourself over there and start enjoying yet another exciting and well drawn … Continue reading A New Doctor Who adventure at Rich’s Comic Blog!
the final chapter of the original 3rd Doctor adventure The Stalker of Norfolk at Rich's Comic Blog. If you didn't get a chance to check out the story set in 1588 and don't want to come in at the end the Title page is here. Simply go on through the 63 pages. The Archive page … Continue reading The Big news of today is of course…
via Hotair and the green room: That pretty much says it all.
He is clearly one of the greatest comic book/poster artists that has ever lived. The quality of his work is simply astounding. How iconic is he? If you say "Rockwell" a particular type of image particularly goes into your head. If you say "Frazetta" the same thing happens to any comic book person. It is … Continue reading Frank Frazetta is dead
My review through the Amazon Vine program of the Graphic Novel Solomon's thieves written by Jordan Mechner, and Illustrated by LeUyen Pham & Alex Puvilland, is available at Amazon.com here. I haven't picked up a Graphic Novel in a long time. I'm glad I got this one.
than a new page from Rich's Comic Blog 3rd Doctor Tale "The Stalker of Norfolk" Some of the best Dr. Who tales of the last two years have come from his site.
I'm pretty sure it wouldn't have been Green Lantern instead of Hawkman I’m gonna try real hard to muster up some give-a-shit for this news item, which comes from our winsome and witty super-duper secret inside source, The Hollywood Cog, who tells me that Warner Brothers and DC Comics are developing a big-screen version of … Continue reading If I had to pick one DC hero to get a movie
My review of Family Guy's Blue Harvest, it's peon to the original Star Wars movie is available at Amazon.com here. The sound track is first rate, the adaption is as true as it can get while giving each Star Wars character a specific twist particular to the family guy character that plays it. A sequel … Continue reading Blue Harvest: Amazon Review