Nick Fovargue

Bootmobile

Name: Nick Fovargue

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Since becoming a parent there are certain kinds of material I really struggle with and this series has gotten progressively…

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At the end of this last issue I am left with the thought, what if this had been kept a…

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It should be noted that Stephen Wacker has created a special little corner of mainstream comics. Books focused on character…

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Bootmobile's Recent Comments
September 2, 2013 1:46 am I'm surprised just how sad this news leaves me. As I was just getting back into comics I went through a bunch of sites before finding iFanboy and I was very grateful once I had. For a long time this was the only place I had to hang out talking about comics. The site has informed my tastes, showing the way to so many amazing books I am the richer for reading that I would otherwise have missed. I have gained countless hours of entertainment and an occasional outlet for my thoughts and voice through comments sections and posted reviews. The community here and the level of discourse has been remarkable and unique. I will very happily continue to listen to the podcasts and I hope they go on for years to come. Still, I can't help but feel I am losing a daily "home" among people whose company I have been privileged to share.
August 29, 2013 8:18 pm Can't resist ... Hawkeye Saga Thor: God of Thunder Manhattan Projects Lazarus Honourable mentions - Daredevil, East of West, and Young Avengers
April 19, 2013 2:03 am Molly I admire your courage in putting such a personal experience out there. Hopefully your efforts are helping some of us (the readers) come to a more considered and a more considerate view towards cosplay and towards women in general. That goes to MockingJay as well for sharing your experiences and perspective as well. There is no one right way for someone to come to grips with their demons, we must each find our own way through. Each person's story is valid as it really is what happened to them and each stands as an example with which people can find some empathy and, hopefully, understanding. For me personally, one of the biggest parts of attending a con is to get that 'at home' feeling of being around people with whom I share so much. Nothing inspires that feeling more immediately or more viscerally than the cosplayers. So not only can it be a big positive in the lives of those who cosplay, it can have a similar effect on some of the rest of us too. So, thanks.
January 24, 2013 8:11 pm With you on that. He has a great track record but I would prefer to see these two franchises coming from different sets of vision.
January 14, 2013 10:29 pm +1 on disappointment over SFA. It is the only Superman book I have ever bought monthly.
January 14, 2013 10:26 pm Yeah, I was buying this to read with my son, his first comic book. I guess he gets to learn the disappointment of being a fan at age 3. Hope Art and Franco end up on something else soon, big fan of those guys.
January 14, 2013 10:10 pm Ok, there are 31 pulls on this book, someone must know what this is about and who the creative team is. The title has me curious, can anyone tell me about this book?
December 3, 2012 10:46 pm Since Stan Lee in the '60s, has any editor been more important or influential than Karen Berger? Probably not. The end of her era is not just a huge milestone moment for Vertigo and DC but for the industry and the medium. If, years from now, we look back at this as a turning point, hopefully it will be as the beginning of the next chapter of her career rather than as the end of something special at DC.
November 18, 2012 7:22 pm Cyclops wishes he has the rhythm to pull off those moves.