trobinson79

trobinson79

Name: Tim Robinson

Bio: Comic book fanatic and co-host of Comic Book Fury podcasts - http://www.comicbookfury.com.

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Ultimate Comics Spider-Man_4

I haven’t been a big fan of Bendis’ Avengers writing and the wordiness that comes with it, but I could…

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So here we are – the end of the event that Marvel put out as “7 years in the making”. …

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trobinson79's Recent Comments
August 21, 2013 6:55 pm Telltale Games can do no wrong. Sam & Max, Back to the Future, Walking Dead, and now Fables. I need this now.
August 19, 2013 1:52 pm I miss Manhunter. How can you go wrong with a book about a lawyer who tries to put away crooks within the legal system and then decides to don a costume and kill the ones who escape? Such an underrated book that was admittedly was never going to last long.
August 8, 2013 10:43 am Ridiculously awesome. I have no clue where it's heading and that's the awesome part.
July 12, 2013 8:32 pm Surprised the snake page with Bruce and Riddler talking didn't make it. Great sequential storytelling there.
March 2, 2013 12:19 pm Anybody else notice the Book of the Black in the Guardian's personal chamber? What I wouldn't give to see that played out if the show wasn't cancelled
February 14, 2013 8:41 am Yeah, I hear ya. Even if they stuck with killing Alfred, I'd put money on him being back in a year. It's just a complaint I have about the New 52 where nothing "new" is really happening on most of the books - just status quo. If DC had the guts to relaunch everything, they should have the guts to change Batman's status quo for a bit.
February 13, 2013 10:10 pm *I get why they just took the figurative route Crap, my grammar sucks. I need something to eat. What's under this dome?...
February 13, 2013 10:09 pm I know I'm probably asking for too much, but part of me wanted DC and Snyder to go nuts and make a literal death happen rather than a figurative one. I get what they just the figurative route, but you would think with this being the "New 52" (I know - not so new any more), they would take a bigger chance and cut loose to set themselves apart from the old universe. My mind was programmed for a long time that Alfred was on those dishes given his long disappearance. And if that happened, that would definitely lead to interesting storytelling for however long they'd keep him dead. But in the end, it was a great journey that Snyder and Capullo took us on and added another dimension to the Batman/Joker dynamic. On to Riddler...
February 11, 2013 1:36 pm ...and if Johns keeps it up, he may be doing the same for Aquaman...
February 11, 2013 1:35 pm The series fizzled a bit in the New 52 landscape, but Johns' Green Lantern run was almost always a topic of discussion on my podcast and for very good reason. Who would have thought in a 9-year-span of great stories that we'd be putting GL in the same category as heavyweights like Batman and Superman. Well done, Sir Johns.