PopTards Episode 9 is UP!

Uncle Dunklenutz, Slai and JD start a new segment called DoubleTake wherein we watch and discuss a classic from our childhoods..this episode, we’re talking Teen Witch (1989) and then come back to the present to talk about Legion and Youth in Revolt!

PopTards and Comic Panels: Joe The Barbarian Review

  • January 27th, 2010
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Comics

KEN-u-DIG-it Reviews:
Joe the Barbarian
Writer: Grant Morrison
Artist: Sean Murphy
Colorist: Dave Stewart
Publisher: Vertigo (DC)

***Spoilers!!! Spoilers!!! Spoilers!!!*** Though, in my opinion, I’m not sure if anything is really a big reveal, but better to be safe!
Finally! Grant Morrison doing a Grant Morrison type story in a Grant Morrison type comic. “Joe the Barbarian” gets Morrison back doing what I like best …

PopTards & PopCorn: Zombieland by Kire Carlson

  • January 22nd, 2010
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Movies

(Kire thought he’d be a smartass and submit this as his review…so I thought I’d be a smartass and post it anyway – Jd):
Halfway through the film the cast stops to watch Ghostbusters.
It occurred to me that I suddenly wished I was at home also watching Ghostbusters.
The End.

Time Keeps on Ticking by Slai Washko

This week I find myself without a specific media of which I’d like to speak, though I am actively reading, listening, and watching. Three weeks into a new year has me pondering and planning, analyzing and architecting.

Time, that commodity and ever-waning measurement of our lives, is on my mind as of late. I am making it a point …

If a Hulk Falls in the Woods.. and no one gives a crap…?

  • January 21st, 2010
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Comics

By JD!(Mild Spoilers Ahead)
So about 6 issues after Red Hulk appeared, I decided I no longer gave a flimflam who he was.  I know that Bruce can’t turn into the Hulk anymore, Leonard Sampson seems to be bad these days, there’s a Red She-Hulk running around and General Thunderbolt Ross is dead. Oh and Betty is alive?? This is …

Muffin-tops and Goths: Wet Moon Book 1

  • January 16th, 2010
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Comics

by JayDee!
I am not, despite what my high school bullies may have thought, a 15 year old girl. I am also not goth, though I suppose I may have dabbled a bit while settling myself into the punk subculture. I’ve always been more about expressing my anger and humor through music then wallowing in sadness and writing in my journal. …

Recapitulation of The Kryptonite Kid – a Novel by Joseph Torchia

  • January 14th, 2010
  • Posted by JD (Host)
  • Comics

by Slai Washko
This initially charming and easy on the brain story may have been overlooked by me if not for a recommendation. I have never found Superman to be the most relatable of comic book heroes since my varied vulnerabilities do not include and are not limited to alien rocks, but this is not the case for protagonist Jerry Chariot. …