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Name: Charlie Hunt


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August 7, 2013 2:07 pm I was going to say something snarky about him, but he might be reading this.
August 6, 2013 9:04 am Just got it! Gonna go read it now!
August 2, 2013 8:48 am The movie: 4/5. The review: 2.5/5 I still love you, Paul. Till the wheels fall off.
July 31, 2013 1:04 pm *incomprehensible* …Sometimes my fingers are faster than my thoughts. Sorry.
July 31, 2013 11:59 am Thanks, Jeff for the wonderful review of Grant's run on Batman! I can remember my exhilaration after completing each chapter and arc, and then, after reading some thread postings and listening to the odd podcast rant, I had to scratch my head. How could I be making sense of and enjoying these stories when so many around me were HATING everything Morrison was doing to the Dark Knight? How could I be making heads and tails of where Grant was going when all those around were telling me everything he was doing was incompressible crap? Then I read your column today and sighed in relief. It WAS a great saga! Can't wait for the wrap-up. Morrison is quoted as saying I'll hate it.
July 25, 2013 3:45 pm In 1949 Orson Wells weighed A LOT less than he did in the 70's. He was actually a handsome devil!
July 9, 2013 7:08 am Looking forward to Alter Ego and Back Issue. BQ: I like to break a toe every year or so. … Er, no I don't, but I seem to anyway.
July 4, 2013 10:32 pm I remember that toy war soldiers set. It was the early sixties, and a kid on my block ordered it. What could go wrong? Two hundred and four pieces for only a dollar ninety eight! It HAD to be better than those lousy Sea Monkeys he got last time… When the package arrived, we all marveled at how flat it was. Someone made a crack about maybe needing to soak them in water to make them look like they did in the illustration. He opened the package and dumped the contents on his dresser… 204 of the flattest red and blue brittle plastic toys you ever saw. We pushed past the disappointment and assembled the the pieces as close as we could in the formations we learned in school. Not an easy task as many of the soldiers, standing, riding or crouching had bent bases and any attempt to straighten resulted in a sharp SNAP! Hours of fun indeed. We gave up by suppertime and hoped for better results with the next shipment. Four pair of X-Ray glasses were on their way, and we were prepared to rule the world. P.S. Even at twelve years old, we all knew better than to go down the rabbit hole of trying to get a refund.
July 4, 2013 9:57 pm … Good times.