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iron squad

Iron Squad #reflection

Iron Squad I am sitting here trying to think of how I want to open this piece. There are about three or four different ways I can say the same exact thing but not a single one of them seems to fit what it is I am trying to accomplish. …

Pirate Eye

Pirate Eye #Reflection

Pirate Eye Working in the library, you tend to see a ton of books. There are any number of possible combinations of books that you might have never thought to see. And one thing I tend to see a lot of is mysteries in so many different varieties. But there …

Morning Thoughts

Morning Thoughts #reflection

Morning Thoughts I have been reading some older comics recently. Pretty much some select comics from the 60s and 70s. Some observations come to mind as I delve into the depths of our past. Granted I grew up on comics in the late 70s and 80s. I couldn’t really tell …

The Great Wall

The Great Wall #Reflection

The Great Wall When I first saw the publicity for this movie, I wasn’t sure I wanted to look into it. From what I could tell, there wasn’t much to make it something that I would enjoy spending time with. And then I gave in to the graphic novel that …

the city lord

The City Lord #reflection

The City Lord Sometimes, we find things we didn’t expect. Or something… And right now I really have an urge to write the subtitle of Dr. Strangelove and it has absolutely nothing to do with the task at hand. (If you didn’t know, that is “How I learned to stop …

Marvel 1602

Marvel 1602 #reflection

Marvel 1602 I haven’t been reading much for super hero comics or graphic novels lately. Wait, scratch that, reverse it. It is probably more appropriate to say that I haven’t been reading many of the titles from the big players in super heroes. The more recent titles from Marvel and …

Uncharted Tales

Uncharted Tales #reflections

Uncharted Tales You know those moments where you write and write and come to find that what you wrote makes so little sense and is so far away from the idea you thought you were writing about… No? Just me? That’s what I found when I first stepped into this …