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Immortal Iron Fist

Immortal Iron Fist #reflection

Immortal Iron Fist I’ve been reading The Immortal Iron Fist (Marvel Comics, digital release between 2012 and 2013) collection over the past few months. I read it in its five-volume run that covered close to 30 comics. To start off, when I think of Kung Fu epics and a warrior …

a new hope

A New Hope #reflection

A New Hope My geekitude goes back a long way. You knew that already, at least if you have spent any time here in the past. I mean, I saw the original Star Wars in the theater (I even saw the Christmas special on TV). And this isn’t going to …

Steam Engines of Oz

Steam Engines of Oz #reflection

Steam Engines of Oz Are you a stickler for a story to be exactly what you grew up knowing? I’m mostly just curious. This is a judgment free zone. Or something. I mean to say for me, the whole concept of it is situational. There are times when changing stuff …

Bloody Doors Off

The Bloody Doors Off #reflection

The Bloody Doors Off So, to start off, I am at a point where I am doing a bit of change up. If you hadn’t noticed, I didn’t post this on Sunday like I have been doing for a while now. Basically, I have been thinking about it for a …

Highland Laddie

Highland Laddie #reflection

Highland Laddie You may not believe this, but I am going to be a bit wonky in my thoughts today. To start off, I am in the process of figuring out how I test out new music. It used to be, I would hear of a group or songs from …

Life of a Street Judge

Life of the Street Judge #reflection

Life of the Street Judge Crossovers have been a part of storytelling for generations. Probably not from the beginning, I mean stories had to start somewhere. But I imagine at some point someone forgot something that went into a specific story, so they ended up pulling bits from a different …

Dog Men

Dresden’s Dog Men #reflection

Dresden’s Dog Men It seems like everything is coming up Harry right now. And if you were to hear that spoken it would sound very strange. It is an allusion to Harry Dresden and the thoughts that I have been working my way through Brief Cases (I mentioned a story …

Art of War

Art of War #reflection

Art of War You know there is a pattern here. I have no clue what I want to spend some time exploring and don’t really think about it as I go through the readings I do all week. Except for those times when I do think about it but completely …