I think I will not be alone in saying that Choose Your Own Adventure books are freaking great, and that when I was a kid -- a time when you don't have so many choices in your life -- the idea of being able to personally steer the adventures of the hero or heroine was a particular thrill, even if most of the time those choices meant I ended up dead thanks to cobras, lasers, witches, or the razor-like claws of various monsters.
BATMAN & ROBIN (& BATWOMAN, & KNIGHT, & SQUIRE, & BATMAN AGAIN) - Batman and Robin 8
Much of Grant Morrison's writing for the DC Universe over the past several years has involved callbacks to past events on a level that even the most devout of continuity fans would probably consider obscure references to details they never expected to see again. So it's only fitting that the cliffhanger from the last issue of
I know that I've talked a lot about Mike Carey and Peter Gross' Vertigo series lately, and I'd normally be hesitant to cover the same book over and over again in this space. But issue #9 of "The Unwrit
Tomorrow, the first trade paperback collection of Mike Carey and Peter Gross' Vertigo comic book series, "The Unwritten," hits bookstores. Subtitled "Tommy Taylor and the Case of the Bogus Identity," the book revolves around Tom Taylor, the son of a bestselling author named Wilson Taylor who mysteriously disappeared years before the story opens
With 2009 about to draw to a close, now seems like a good time to look back on a year of Wednesdays and remind myself of the reason I buy new comics every week. To remember that it's worth sifting through the piles of never-ending zombie comics, celebrity biography cash-ins and Barack Obama team-ups because every once in a while you find a great story with beautiful artwork
YOU REALLY DON'T WANT TO GET IN HIS HEAD - Pilot Season: Murderer 1
Popular culture has taught me that there are two kinds of telepathy. There's the good, desirable kind where you can selectively read other people's thoughts, turning that ability on and off at will. This kind of telepathy gene
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