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How to play MvC3 in six steps.
I cannot recall what prompted me to, but I remember going to the store one day craving a new game for my Dreamcast and I ended up taking a chance on a full-priced, new copy of Marvel vs. Capcom 2. At that time, I was kind of out of the whole fighting game scene – […]
Email Us: firstname.lastname@example.org Voicemail Line: 612-424-3835 DGR Twitter Feed Facebook Group SHOWNOTES 00:00-Show Intro 04:14-Drunk Dials 08:14-Mailbag 20:45-Discussion Segment: Comic Intervention 52:36-Wine Talk 56:16-Lightning Round 1:16:28-Top PIcks 1:20:49-The Last Shot 1:21:24-Show Close [Audio clip: view full post to listen] DGR: 02.12.2011
The creative team of Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev holds a special place in my heart. Before he went and fucked it all up with the abysmal Secret Invasion storyline, which managed to skew the entire Marvel Universe for a year, Bendis was the man behind the resurgence of one of my all time […]
Sadly, it’s been awhile since any sort of comic thing graced this site and that’s a damn shame. I’m not sure exactly why the Comics/Manga category has been such a wasteland, as we’re reading them all the time. I suspect it has to do with the fact that we’ve been busy with other things. It […]
There’s a huge shakeup with the latest Punisher comics from Marvel. It took a couple months for me to finally comprehend the changes and see the final results on the newsstand as to where the Punisher books are standing today. Being a huge fan of Mr. Castle for the better part of the past 15 years, I thought it was my duty to do my best to clear the confusion of the changing in numbering and re-launches of new Punisher series within the past couple of months.
Last week I mentioned that I received an extra comic or two in my bag after a weekly run to my local comic shop. One of those extra comics was Captain America #42 and I commented on how much the series had changed for the better under Ed Brubakers writing hand. In the comment section […]
Tyler Durden writes in to tell us about Marvel Trading Cards! Article By: Tyler Durden 84 I’m not exactly sure when Marvel, or really any comics publisher, decided to start making comic trading cards, but I do know that when I was a kid in school in the 90s they were the shit. I remember […]
“Yesterday’s Men of Tomorrow—Today!” Thus begins The Twelve, a story by writer J. Michael Straczynski and artist Chris Weston, and a comic that I feel hasn’t received nearly enough attention. Granted, the premise seems to be a bit overused these days with Marvel 1985 and Avengers/Invaders stealing a bit of thunder from The Twelve. But […]
“Made from 100% recycled awesome.” Thus reads the tag-line for Hasbro’s entry into the vinyl toy arena and, dare I say it, they’re 100% correct. I first got wind of this vinyl toy trend in one my local Japanese toy import shops at my hometown mall. They had a whole stack of these crazy “design-it-yourself” […]