Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Saturday, September 13, 2008

V for Venture

Night court was huge at the time. I miss night court. 

Thursday, September 11, 2008


I apologize for the delayed absence. Financial woes have kept me from the comic shop, along with the beginning of the school year and simply trying to figure out my schedule. The only reason you've been seeing venture clips is because I automated them like a month ago. I have a lot to discuss. I have like 3 movie reviews left to type up, some graphic novel reviews of: the dark knight returns(didn't like it), the dark knight strikes again(liked it surprisingly), batman year one(loved it), superman: red son(liked it), and infinite crisis the hardcover edition(undecided as of now).

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

ThE rEaD pIlE - 9/04/08

DETECTIVE COMICS #848 - I'm greatly enjoying the heart of Hush. Dini has a good handle on the character and it bothers me how much people hate Hush. He's not that bad of a villain.

TRINITY #14 - This series is kicking ass. I like the new characters they've added and I like the way they give the Multiverse more depth. 

HOUSE OF MYSTERY #5 - I was going to drop it but I think a series like this needs twelve issues to figure out what it will be in the future.  

EL DIABLO #1 (OF 6) - This looks promising. 

FRINGE #1 (OF 6) - This is based on the tv show let's see if it's worth a crap.

JONAH HEX #35 - Pick it up. 

GREEN LANTERN #34 - This is the book I'm most excited to read this week. 

VENOM DARK ORIGIN #2 (OF 5) - First issue was good, don;t know if I like the characterization of Brock as a liar, but let's see how they elaborate on this theme.

TWELVE 1/2 - Ooh the Fiery Mask. 

SECRET SIX #1 - I've read all the past Secret six since Villains United. I don;t know if this book will really be all that interesting but I'll give this issue a shot. 

TOR #5 (OF 6) - Still haven;t read 1-4 but I will.

TITANS #4 - It seems like this book has taken forever to arrive. 


Grover Cleveland's Presidential Time Machine. What a beautiful string of words?