“Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated.” Well, nobody’s reported me dead but I just looked up and realized that I haven’t posted here in months so people might have been growing concerned. So, I am well. Oh, you want to know more? Like “Where the heck is Capes?” Capes has been delayed by … More I Am Well.
“Let the heavens rejoice and the earth be glad before the Lord, for He comes.” I don’t often speak of my faith. Not because I feel pressure not to, even in these times of “culture war” (and I really hate that phrase), but because I have a wide readership. I am a member of the … More A Merry Christmas To All.
Conservatism: the holding of political views that favor free enterprise, private ownership, and socially traditional ideas.Liberalism: a political and social philosophy that promotes individual rights, civil liberties, democracy, and free enterprise.Contrarianism: a practice of opposing or rejecting popular opinion, or more minimally, a practice of always interrogating current practices.Non-Conformism: practicing behaviors or holding views that … More Praising the Platypus.
Samaritan is a fun superhero yarn. In superhero comics, you can’t look too close at the underlying logic; if you do, you lose suspension of disbelief needed to immerse yourself in the story. In Samaritan, you’re given a quick history you can’t look at too closely. Two brothers, who John (Stallone) describes as “genetic freaks” … More The Good Samaritan
When I heard Disney was doing a She-Hulk series I was ecstatic and very, very worried. Not that I spent a whole lot of emotional energy on it, but I really loved She-Hulk in the comics when I discovered her during John Byrne’s fantastic run. JB’s She-Hulk was comedy gold. She-Hulk was the “Anti-Hulk.” She … More Don’t Hulk on She-Hulk
I just came from Love and Thunder, and while parts of it made me laugh (and parts of it were comedy genius), as something of an MCU Thor-fan, I feel dirty. Also as a writer I’m simply “What was that? No, really, what was that?” Let’s talk about the humor, first. Obligatory Spoiler Alert L&T … More I Don’t Love the Thunder
So I waited until I could see the entire first season at once and binge-watched Ms. Marvel in a couple of nights (my favorite way of viewing the MCU’s mini-series offerings). I wasn’t expecting that much from it; something as actiony and intermittently lighthearted as Hawkeye, perhaps. I was pleasantly surprised. Ms. Marvel is “the … More Don’t Miss this Marvel!
So I’ve seen Doctor Strange 2: Multiverse of Madness. And overall it was good. I enjoyed it (see my comments on the Wearing the Cape Facebook Group page). But . . . I don’t think I like where the MCU is going and MOM is only the latest example of the problem. Hear me out. … More It’s Madness, I tells you! Madness!
It’s now four-thirty in the morning. Two-thirty Las Vegas time, but I’m in Pensacola. I’m wide awake because my roommate had to get up and get out to catch his flight home. I was awake anyway, I do that around two to three in the morning. I’m not an insomniac; I’ll be asleep again in … More Rambling On
Hello Everyone! I’ve got no major news at this time, but thought I’d drop a post telling you what’s going on right now. Two big things this month: first, I’m in a 5-book giveaway with some excellent authors, most of whom I’ve met through the convention circuit. It’s happening this week, so if any of … More Non-Writing Stuff, and a Sneak-Peek.