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Discussing Who Episode 21 – Review of Marvel Comics’ Death of X Number 1

What event brought the X-Men and the Inhumans to the brink of war? What happened to Cyclops and Emma Frost? Who lives? Who dies? Will the Death of X mini-series answer those questions, or will it lead to more? Are you Team Inhumans or Team Mutants?  Hosted by Kyle Jones and Clarence Brown.

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Discussing Who Episode 21

Episode 21: Review of Marvel Comics’ Death of X Number 1

 

Review of Wonder Woman Rebirth – We Will Have the Truth!

Originally published on Discussing Who Blog on 6/06/2016.

DC Rebirth: Wonder Woman hit the stands today. And, as a fan of the Amazing Amazon, it didn’t come a moment too soon! This was the first time since August 2011 when Diana – the Diana we know – graced the book once again. Little did we (I) realize…she had been there all along.

The following is a review and commentary of DC Rebirth: Wonder Woman. I encourage you to visit your local comic shop or purchase the comic online at DCComics.com if you would like to avoid any hints, revelations, etc.

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Fair warning…SPOILERS ahead.

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Hold On To Your Childhood Heroes

Hold on to Your Childhood Heroes

by: Chris Fields

 

I have a special relationship with comic books. I suppose most boys would say the same thing but in my case it’s very true, because of comic books I improved my reading level and increased my vocabulary. See as a 5th grader it was discovered that I actually was reading on a 4th grade level. My mom was upset and embarrassed she didn’t know what to do to help me. Luckily for me I have one of the most awesome uncles ever created. My uncle, who loved comics and is a fantastic artist himself, gave me a Spider-Man comic book. Read more

The Comic Book Hero

Timely Comics

Timely Comics (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

We all have our heroes. And, for those of you who know me personally or have read this blog, you know that I am a fan of comic books. It’s nice to know that others share that same passion for comics. Two of my online HR contacts reached out in recent months to ask who were my favorite characters. One conversation led to the post that will be featured on this site tomorrow, but more on that later.

Before I share the post and name the author, let’s talk comics. What are comic books, the medium behind the comic book hero? Read more