Name: the moodydoom
Bio: freelance writer, semi-professional villain.
moodydoom's Recent Comments
April 16, 2013 5:53 pm Further down the list, how dd Morrison's Supergods not make it onto the 'Best Comics-Related Book' shortlist. Such a fantastic read.
March 22, 2013 7:05 pm I absolutely loved this book. Vaughan is on top form and Marcos's art just sends this into the stratosphere. I am, however, surprised that there were so many widescreen/double page shots in a digital release. I found myself reading the whole issue in landscape mode on my Ipad which made things a little smaller than I'd like (i don't like all those fancy zoom in options when reading, i like the traditional experience mixed with the ease of using once piece of hardware to read a bunch of books in one sitting). Nevermind that though, I'll be hooking this up to my TV tonight and rereading it in some blown up glory. Flawless first issue. Gonna be a long month!
December 3, 2012 6:45 pm JH Williams III has posted his thoughts about Karen leaving on his blog. http://www.jhwilliams3.com/archives/1664 Nice send off Josh. Definitely a painful piece of news for all us Vertigo fans. Hope to see Karen unleashed in comics!
November 2, 2012 1:04 pm I absolutely hate reading comics by artificial light, so I only read them during the day. The trick for me to tune out noise is the same one I use for writing. Listen to non-vocalist music with headphones on. Make sure it has no lyrics though. I opt for Atmospheric Electronica. Things like Isan, Mogwai, Chris Clark, Max Richter, Bibio, Shlohmo, Emancipator. Experiment 'til you find what works for you.
September 24, 2012 7:50 pm add another doom to the list! see you there. : )
James Stokoe Irradiates New GODZILLA Mini, ORC STAIN Goes Back to Print and SULLIVAN’S SLUGGERS Rounds the Bases
May 26, 2012 10:43 pm Did anyone else notice that the Sullivan's sluggers kick starter was promoted on the pirate bay home page last week? Blew my eyeballs,
May 9, 2012 3:11 pm fuck it, i'm in. paid and done : )
May 7, 2012 6:39 pm This book made me realize that the whole idea of Fill-in artists is something I wish would disappear. No matter how good the writer, to see a cohesive, fully realized body of work by both artist and writer is just so much more special. It takes a story from good to greatness.
May 1, 2012 1:48 pm Absolutely great idea Ron, wishing you all the best with this. I think it's a great idea, and it really captures the spirit of community and comics. Very inspiring. Here's a question for you: Looking at the schedule it looks like a lot of potential socializing and fun, which is awesome. But i'm wondering, how would a comic fan going alone, fare at an event like this? I'm a pretty social dude, but even i have my moments standing at the bar, sipping it solo. : ) Have you guys got ideas for breaking down the potential awkwardness/shyness of fans-creators and getting people to interact, or is it just up to the fans really to make it work?
April 26, 2012 4:15 pm thx Conor. much appreciated : )