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Name: Aaron White

Bio: Just a man trying to be a better Father and Christ follower day by day. Loves being entertained and obsessed with proper grammar. Always give me truth.



I want to like Detective Comics, I really do. It’s the flagship Batman title and based on pure history alone…

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It’s Spider-Man… in spaaaaaaaaacccccceeeee! Let’s just go ahead and get this out of the way: the cover art for The…

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This is it… the big reveal. Since the beginning of this series, and the revelation that Hulk and Banner were…

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ChiefAaron's Recent Comments
April 25, 2012 2:43 pm Pretty sure that DD gets pushed off the ledge by Cole so that she and The Punisher can get the drive.
March 26, 2012 1:28 pm It's a light week for sure, but that just leaves more time to read and reread the book I look forward to the most every single month. Morning Glories (!!!!!!!!) Daredevil The Flash Batman: The Dark Knight
March 26, 2012 1:21 pm Based on this article I decided to pick up the issue. Read it and enjoyed it. Picked up right where the movie left off. But after listening to the podcast, I have to agree that this is not something I want to read first in comic book form. I'm very interested in the mythology and the stories, but I want to get all of that, not just something streamlined into a mini-series. So while I really liked this adaptaion, I don't think that I'll buy the rest of them. I'll read the books first.
March 21, 2012 5:21 pm Well, poop. I guess I'll have to buy it and see what the fuss is all about. I really enjoyed the movie despite never having dug into this mythology or story at all previously.
March 5, 2012 5:27 pm I don't even really like Superman so it won't be hard for me to drop this book. Like many of you have already commented, this is the last chance I'm giving Grant Morrison to wow me. Issues #5 and #6 were so far off the beaten path that I read them each twice and still don't have a clue what is going on. I'd rather be enjoying a nice latte with the $4 I pay for Action Comics. More enjoyment, no headache.
March 5, 2012 5:23 pm Green Arrow has always been one of my favorite characters, but so far I'm completely underwhelmed. The new creative team had better make a splash quick or I'll have to cut this one loose. Sadly, the synopsis hasn't done anything to really excite me.
March 5, 2012 5:20 pm This book in fantastic. More gorillas please!
March 5, 2012 5:18 pm This has been such a disappointing mini-series so far. I really hope that it finds a way to go out with a bang. Issue #5 was better than previous ones so that's something. Regardless, though, it hasn't made me want to buy into any further Huntress tales.
March 5, 2012 5:11 pm I agree with you. When it comes to creators that I really like, I try to give them a full arc before making a decision, but eventually it's just not frugal to pump hard-earned money into something that isn't better than "okay."
February 27, 2012 12:44 pm For me, it's not the boxes and boxes of single issues that I'll never read again that keeps me "collecting." It's the enjoyment of walking into my LCS every single week and picking up those brand new books with beautiful covers. I recently got back into comics with the new 52 after a long pause during my mid to late 20's. But just as I've gone almost completely digital with books, I feel that I could be heading in that direction with comics, too. I'm trying hard to think of a compromise. Perhaps buying single issues of the absolute favorite superhero or series is a way to go - and just reading digitally for the ones that are kind of okay. You can always go back and buy the single issue runs of a favorite series after the fact on eBay or enjoy the fun of hunting them down issue by issue at various shops. If I could ever get past losing the enjoyment of the comic book store experience, I'd probably just go all digital. This is the BEST debate in comic books, in my opinion. Thanks for posting.