Jeff Reid

JeffR

Name: Jeff Reid

Bio: I'm a teen librarian in Ohio.  My icon was drawn by Blair Campbell.

Twitter: JeffRReid


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August 26, 2018 9:24 am Well, this sounds so incredibly up my alley. Gonna keep an eye open for this one. Oh, and Conor? Imma gonna find a way to get this into your hands ASAP. https://m.comixology.com/Superman-Doomsday/digital-comic/359484?ref=c2VhcmNoL2luZGV4L21vYmlsZS90cmFkZUl0ZW0
August 20, 2018 10:46 am Well, I'm pumped to hear you talking about Superman: Blue Vol 1. It's very much Of Its Time. Enjoy!
August 14, 2018 7:48 pm I feel like I could hear Josh's gears turning when Jim said that Hickman was the last writer of Fantastic Four. "Hmmm," Josh's gears said. "The last time this claim was made, Jeff Reid rightly pointed out in the comments that both Matt Fraction and James Robinson had runs on Fantastic Four after Hickman finished up. Is it worth it to pedantically point this fact out to Jim right now?" You're a bigger man than I am in that your answer was, "No." My answer would have been different.
August 9, 2018 8:05 am I can think of two paradigm-ish shifts I've seen lately. The first was caused by Ms. Marvel. After the critical and sales success of that series, there's been a lot more series, mostly at Marvel, starring female characters and made by female creators. Squirrel Girl, Unstoppable Wasp, Mockingbird, Hellcat, Moon Girl, etc have all followed in its wake and had various levels of success. Still, they can thank Kamala Khan for their existence. The other was the launch of the DC Super Hero Girls line. A girl-centric non-continuity line launched and others followed. As the dad of two young girls, I've been following this one closely. Marvel recentered it's all-ages line around Spider-Man with its current Marvel Super Hero Adventures and its tween Marvel Rising initiatives. Now, DC is expanding its publishing of these non-continuity stories in standalone books and comics coming soon both inside and outside the Direct Market. This initiative has me the most excited.
July 29, 2018 1:17 pm I’m glad to hear that Grand Design is still good. I’m now reading the first volume that I bought in that insane Kindle / Marvel dollar comics sale that made such waves. It’s wonderful. It reminds me of The Wolverine Saga and Untold Legend of the Batman and a little of what I was going for (but never quite succeeded at) with the DC Histories series.
July 22, 2018 7:18 pm Didn't Bruce Wayne publicly fund an international contingent of Batmen for a while? A Batman Incorporated, if you will? Surely, that should have gotten him dismissed from jury duty on a case involving Batman.
June 6, 2018 5:24 pm This was a really fun reread and fun to hear you two talk about it. Thanks for picking it.
June 6, 2018 7:25 am I find it interesting that both Josh and James forgot that both Matt Fraction and James Robinson had runs on FANTASTIC FOUR after Hickman left. I mean, they weren't great, clearly. Heidi over at The Beat made the same mistake a month or two back. Hickman's FF run looms large, I guess. I truly only remember Robinson's run because he brought back Sleepwalker for, I assume, me only. I thank him.
May 14, 2018 12:58 pm I hear you guys about not going to physical shops anymore. That's where I'm at these days. I order online through DCBS and shop Comixology sales and that's it. A year or so ago, a comic shop opened literally within a five minute walk of my work. I was excited! Until I discovered that the owner was a Tier II sex offender for having owned child pornography. So, yeah. Fuck that guy and fuck that place. http://www.icrimewatch.net/offenderdetails.php?OfndrID=1553959&AgencyID=55149