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Grim_Noir Knows What Evil Lurks In Garth Ennis’ The Shadow

April 22nd, 2012 | Posted by Grim_Noir | 4 Comments
TITLE: THE SHADOW # 1 WRITER: GARTH ENNIS ART: AARON CAMPBELL LETTERING: ROB STEEN COLORING: CARLOS LOPEZ PUBLISHED BY DYNAMITE ENTERTAINMENT REVIEWED BY GRIM_NOIR Garth Ennis’ writing is like being on a bad first date: He’s too ...

Grim_Noir goes beyond the Batman Beyond Trade Paperbacks

February 1st, 2012 | Posted by Grim_Noir | No Comments
Titles: Batman Beyond: Hush Beyond and Batman Beyond: Industrial Revolution Writer: Adam Beechen Covers: Dustin Nguyen & Darwyn Cooke Pencillers: Ryan Benjamin, Eduardo Pansica, Chris Batista Inkers: John Stanisci, Eber Ferreira, Rich Perrotta Colorist: David ...

Grim_Noir Rides With “The Three Musketeers 3D”

October 28th, 2011 | Posted by Grim_Noir | 5 Comments
If you are one of those self-styled The Three MusketeersĀ purists, then you’re already wrong: Wrong about the book and wrong about the most recent film adaptation. First of all, let’s not ...

New Podcast Up! PREACHER comic retrospective!

August 5th, 2011 | Posted by JD (Host) | 1 Comment
Is Preacher your favorite comic of all time? Well, it’s mine, so shut it! We delve into the back-issue bin and talk about one of the most controversial indy books ...

DCnU 5 Years Old? Is That Possible?

July 28th, 2011 | Posted by FlannelGuy | 1 Comment
One of the most confusing elements of DC’s relaunch is how can DC Comics manage to keep some stories and mesh them up in a world just 5 years old? Word ...

New Episode up! Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
reviewed!

July 15th, 2011 | Posted by JD (Host) | 1 Comment
Hey hey, JD here. Episode 65 is up..YES that’s right, the second Episode THIS WEEK! If you haven’t heard the special team-up episode we did with The Black Tribbles to ...

RetroPop: Grim_Noir Revisits George Alec Effinger and The Audran Sequence, 30 Years Later…

May 17th, 2011 | Posted by Grim_Noir | 1 Comment
George Alec Effinger should have been a god among Geeks. There: I said it. He was everything we are and everything we aspire to be. In a different time and different place, ...