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Name: David LeBahn

Bio: Dave likes to pretend that the iFanboy staffers are his real friends.  He often takes showers while creating conversations between himself and Conor.  Amazingly they always end the way Dave would want them to....  He has cardboard cutouts of the guys randomly placed around his home in Somerville, MA. Dave reads multiple titles from multiple companys and claims no allegiance to any.  He has developed a real soft spot for Scott Snyder, though. He has a major man crush on Nick Fury and his eyepatch...that muscular hairy chest...the grey sideburns...those strong manly man legs meeting at that tight butt...that ample and always accentuated...nevermind. The first comic Dave remembers reading would be <em>Amazing Spider-Man</em> #235, <em>Look Out There's A Monster Coming</em>, at age 7.  The official collecting did not begin until he was in high school with the great and wonderful NOW Comics <em>Fright Night</em> series.  He has an unusually eerie ability to like comics that are axed early (ie. <em>Seekers Into the Mystery, </em><em>Deadman, </em>let's now add <em>Madame Xanadu </em>and<em> Hawkeye and Mockingbird</em>). If you like a title and would like it to stay in print, tell Dave that it's awful, otherwise you risk the inevitable.  He would really like someone to <strong>give</strong> him a near mint copy of the Whitman <em>Twilight Zone</em> #1.  Please.  Pretty please. Pretty pretty pretty please. Dave went to college in PA. for theater and psych.  He has worked as an actor (paid!), director (paid more!), and Mental Health Specialist (paid very little...).  He is currently in school earning his RN's license and then plans to gain his NP aiming to work in Hospice and psych nursing. Make Dave happy, Facebook him, David Lebahn...and convince Conor to dress up as Nick Fury and take Dave to a seedy hotel so they can have a real shower talk....


I never saw the day coming when I would stoop to the ground to write a positive review of a…

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In a world that lacks enough Clive Barker based imaginings this book meets the need. It tells the tale of…

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This book is a great example of the rubberneckers theory…it’s such an unbelievable train wreck that you CANT PULL YOURSELF…

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Lebahn's Recent Comments
April 11, 2013 12:40 pm I agree with both above comments! I really wish (aside from needing to do it for copyright reasons) that Marvel would bring back some of those great characters from the 90's! Dark hawk, Sleepwalker, Ghostrider, and, Morbius would make for a fun team! You cover all the major 'types' for a Dr. Strange led mission group...throw in MoonKnight and you can cover all the types of comic genre. Superhero, nightmare, space opera, street level, and supernatural. Set it in the 90's...team them up with the New Warriors once in a while. I think it could last 24 issues. Monthly...not this weekly crap they're pulling. I was so excited when Dark Hawk showed up in AA (that sounds awful...) and now Sleepwalker! It's a delicious flashback to my youth! More Mighty Marvel, More!
April 5, 2013 2:39 pm Loving the art. Loving Lemire. Thank you for saving our beloved Ollie from the DC oblivion to which he was headed. This issue is beginning to make me feel like there's hope for this book again!
February 24, 2013 2:47 pm What a fizzle.
February 9, 2013 5:34 pm I agree. For such a complicated issue to be parred down to its bare essentials like this was interesting. AND for it to be done with a sense of humor? Incredible. Very impressed also. I only hope that this book can reach the audience that needs it most. I also agree that the ending was a clever table turner to the classic Archie Comics trope.
January 12, 2013 10:02 pm Comics are supposed to be fun, funny, spooky, and whatever else you can add to that list. When people get overwrought about them...it's time to take a break or admit you finally outgrew them. I may not be happy about things from time to time but in the end...I'm the one putting down the 3.99 for a twenty minute reality break. Why? Because I choose to. Look at why you want to read a comic before you complain you are being FORCED to...cause your not. The article was articulate...the responses...less than.
December 23, 2012 2:02 am Here Here! I second the Turd!
December 17, 2012 12:48 am It surprises me that DC killed it when other titles have even lower sales numbers. I really feel like they are screwing up the game that put them back up on top.
December 13, 2012 12:19 pm So help me....I actually enjoyed it. It was simple, direct, and the art lovely. It also kept its promise. Dead chiluns.
December 5, 2012 7:52 pm I can't believe I gave this a four. It was actually decent. More along the lines of the old Grell Green Arrow. Art worked, story worked...but I still can't wait for Lemire!
December 5, 2012 7:49 pm This is almost as bad as the Dicks 'gay' cover...