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!
When heroes go Hollywood. So there hasn’t been much news on the game or book front recently, and I apologize for that. As should now be obvious, there was no January Kickstarter. This is because it has been taking longer than I thought to master the intricacies of a second RPG system for the game … More Wearing the Cape Update and Q & A.
Breaking eggs for the new omelet. I have enjoyed the last few months as the current Marvel Universe draws to a close; since it was all ending anyway, many Marvel writers have been taking chances and exploring interesting character-changes that would never have been allowed by the previous status-quo. My fave has been what’s been … More A Brave New World? Or a Brave New Mess?
Well that was disappointing… So, I recorded and watched the pilot episode of Constantine, after looking forward to it for months. All I can say is… Meh. Which is too bad; so far this season, DC had been batting pretty good. The Flash got off to a good start, and so did Gotham. I had … More The Trials of Constantine
Very cool art. So, first apologies. I am way behind on Small Town Heroes, for which I am very, very sorry. All I can say is a lot of things have been happening, but I have also let myself get distracted, and finally STH has undergone more serious plot-changes than any book so far. How … More Updates, Cool Art, and Small Town Heroes Chapter Two.
I have been waiting for this since the first Captain America movie, half-certain I would be disappointed. After all, Thor: The Dark World was better than Thor, but Iron Man 2 and Iron Man 3 were both a step down from Iron Man (though still good). And Captain America himself is a hard character to … More Movie Review-The Winter Soldier.
Young Sentinels nears completion, and I am as impatient as many readers to see it finished–there is nothing like holding a complete manuscript in your hands (metaphorically speaking). There is still work to be done, but you’ve reached the top of the mountain and can enjoy the accomplishment and the view for a while. Of … More Comic Conventions, Superman, Etc.
Iron Man: the ultimate mecha-man. I don’t normally go and see a movie on opening night, but I decided that if I wanted to enjoy Iron Man 3 without spoilers I needed to do it quickly. Fair warning: this post spoils the hell out of it, so if you want to see it with the … More He did what?
Hello everyone, and sorry I’m posting so irregularly right now. Still working on Young Sentinels although I can’t give a firm release date. For one thing, YS will be the first book for which I will be paying for a professional edit! Try as I might, the previous books have all rolled out with embarrassing … More Young Sentinels, Peek and Update.
Real men don’t wear tights. It should be obvious to anyone who’s read my books that I love superheroes. Despite this I haven’t picked up very many comic titles recently, for a reason I imagine I share with a lot of older readers: the sheer weight of superhero mythology. What do I mean by this? … More Marvel Mystery Men