Jonathan M.

Review: Ghost in the Shell by Masamune Shirow

2 years     Jonathan M.      

Japan has always been the biggest producer of anime in the world, if not considered the only one. But very few of these Japanese “cartoon” made it back to North America. I completely understand, I mean, simply marketing wise seem like a giant endeavor. But it didn’t stop the biggest behemoth of the anime business…

Review: Think Tank by Image

2 years     Jonathan M.      

In the past few years, Image has been releasing many amazing series. To the point where the big two has become the big three. Claiming a spot next to Marvel and DC with titles like Spawn, Saga and The Walking Dead. But today I will be talking about one of their less known series that…

Collecting 101: How to Protect and Preserve Comic Books

2 years     Jonathan M.      

Intro: Hello friend, so maybe you are here because you would like to start a comic book collection or perhaps you realized that your side table stack of comics has a very limited lifetime. Well you came to the right place. In the following little essay I will show the readers how to properly protect…

Nerd travels – San Francisco: Not a comic book city

3 years     Jonathan M.      

  The United States are undoubtedly the center of the comic book world. Where Marvel, DC, Image and many others have been founded and have been flourishing ever since. This is why I expected San Francisco to be a treasure island for the comic book hunters, but I was oh so wrong. Basically, Marvel and…

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Free Comic Book Day, Secret Wars #0, Fight Club II and TMNT

3 years     Jonathan M.      

Last weekend was one of the most anticipated comic event of the year. On May 2nd, Free Comic Book Day (FCBD), a yearly tradition ever since its inception in 2002, was held. The whole thing started as promotion for the release of the Spider-Man movie (yes, the bad one with Toby McGuire). Ever since then,…