Wes

Wes

Name: Wes Ahles

Bio: Comics fan from rural Minnesota, currently residing in St. Paul. Also likes pizza.


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    September 1, 2013 10:51 pm Josh, if I'm wrong, I owe you a coke! I didn't say that out of spite, I just said what I've been thinking for a while. The past two years have seen portions of ifanboy go away (video shows, some of the specialty podcasts, Wordballoon, Ron) and now this. I understand that life has changed for all of you guys, and like Conor said at one point, you won't be doing this forever. I don't expect you to! You have lives to live! I just have this feeling that this thing you all have built is nearing the end. If that offends, sorry. I'm just saying what feels like the truth.
    September 1, 2013 10:14 pm You know, I was wondering if the site was going to hit POTW #500. I had a feeling that the site would be ending sometime before then. Now I'm convinced that the entire site will end by #450, POTW included. Sad times, but inevitable.
    August 20, 2013 12:53 pm Hey Mike, have you tried reading Atomic Robo? For my money it's the most fun book on the market!
    February 19, 2013 8:02 am Gee, with Rick going crazytown and all these walkers around, it sure would be nice to have some backup. Maybe somebody calm, levelheaded, and good with a hammer. If only there was somebody like that on the show! Oh wait a second, THERE WAS AND THEY KICKED HIM TO THE CURB!!!! Seriously, we ditched Tyrese just so Rick can wander around all crazy?! I really liked Tyrese and I'm hoping we can see him back very soon.
    July 13, 2012 8:11 am Paul, was that a Robocop reference at the top of the article?
    April 17, 2012 8:30 am I have nothing against events, I'm just not interested in reading them much anymore. When a good one comes along, I do like it; I liked the core mini-series of Siege and Blackest Night. But lately, I've realized that I'm gravitating towards series that are mostly left alone and allowed to do their own thing. An example is Hickman's Fantastic Four, which I've recently started. Great stories that are left to their own devices and not referencing the rest of the MU very often.
    March 13, 2012 1:29 pm Mike, when you say "our best days may be behind us" are you referring to mainstream comics or comics as a whole? I'm a little confused by this.
    February 16, 2012 6:01 pm Gah! I completely overlooked this book!! Wiebe has been doing some fantastic work with Green Wake, I have to pick this up!
    February 9, 2012 12:43 pm Is anybody starting to feel like this constant shift of writers and artists at DC is getting fucking ridiculous?! Just pick a creative team and STICK WITH IT!!! This is starting to turn me off to DC!
    February 6, 2012 3:46 pm The art does look wonderful, but I have to ask: is this one of those books that exists solely to show off art and the actual story is secondary? If so, then I think I'll pass.