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Name: Tyler Reed

Bio: I LOVE STORIES. I started reading comics, mostly in trade form, in 2010; after enjoying so many of the stories as movies, I wanted to try out the source material. My new hobby quickly became an addiction(the good kind) and I'm so glad I gave comic books a chance. CURRENT FAVORITES: Mignolaverse, The Unwritten, Fatale, FF, Young Avengers, Manhattan Projects, Saga, Winter Soldier, The Massive, Wonder Woman, and Daredevil.


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December 27, 2014 12:53 pm Oh yeah I almost forgot, if you guys haven't checked it out, you should watch Peaky Blinders. It's a British TV series about an early 20th century English gang called the Peaky Blinders, and it's awesome. Starring Cillian Murphy and Sam Neil, historical crime fiction to scratch your Boardwalk Empire itch, with a similar production value.
December 27, 2014 12:47 pm Great show guys, due to school and life in general, I've been missing out on the podcasts--and sadly comics--the past few months, but I've binged a little recently and it's great to hear your opinions on everything; this is the BEST comics/pop-culture podcast around, keep up the fantastic work. My two cents: I LOVED Birdman, couldn't agree more with your assessments, it's easily my favorite film of the year so far. Did any of you see Foxcatcher? It was also a very good film, creepy and uneasy feeling throughout, and wonderful work from all the actors involved, definitely check it out. Dudes. Fargo. Nothing more needs to be said, it was superb. As a huge Boardwalk fan, I was happy to see the show end well, it has been one of my favorite things the past 5 years, stellar series. True Detective was amazing, very few shows can achieve the level of popularity while executing such a interesting, artistic, and unabashedly nihilistic, yet conflicted exploration of human nature. I was stoked to see Silicon Valley got a 2nd season, hopefully more people have realized how rad that show is, and it garners the attention it deserves the year. Comics related, I guess I need to go grab Birthright :) I personally loved Deadly Class, Southern Bastards, The Fade Out, Lazarus, Wicked and Divine, Afterlife/ Sabrina, and BPRD just to name a few. What an absolutely fantastic year for comics in general, too much good stuff to read it all. Thanks again for all your hard work, "see" you guys after the break.
September 1, 2013 11:52 pm I was unable to comment on the other article, so I'm doing my sappy thank you/goodbye here, sorry. I discovered this website about 2 years ago, and I have logged into it everyday since. I genuinely loved visiting this site to read the articles, listen to the podcasts, and discuss comics with a ton of awesome people, none of whom I ever got to meet. I will miss the community dearly, but I'm happy we can still join in every Sunday and listen to our trusty Fanboys. To the iFanstaff, thank you guys so much for creating this site and fostering such a fantastic community. I'm even more proud now to say that 2 of my mediocre reviews made it on your show. I will still enjoy following you guys on Twitter (I'm Tyler@theotherbluth), and wish you all nothing but the best in your personal and professional lives. iFANBASE Forever!! -Love TurdSandwich :)
August 31, 2013 12:45 am This book is so much fun! I smile the entire time I'm reading it. I love all the characters, and the stories have all been aces. from the little touches like Maximus the Mad reading old Daredevil comics in a closet, to the awesome character moments like Medusa using her as of yet unknown maternal skills to help an insecure Adolf Impossible. This book is one of the best on the stands, and it bums me out to no end that it's over (at least for the current creative team), I will treasure these last few issues and keep my fingers crossed this won't be the end of the Future Foundation.
August 31, 2013 12:32 am Yup, I'm pretty sure it was JasonHart who first brought it to our attention on these boards, and this issue for sure made it clear. What's wild is I'm still not sure the extent or scope of her "powers", but it certainly adds an interesting dimension to this otherwise very straightforward book. I love that Mag is scared of her, that cemented her badass status for me.
August 29, 2013 1:07 pm Well I'm a joiner, and everyone else did it so here's mine, in no particular order. Daredevil Wonder Woman Saga Manhattan Projects BPRD if American Vampire was coming out it'd be on here, but I don't know what I'd replace.
August 27, 2013 6:49 pm I think you are safe checking this one out, as far as I know it's just stories set in the AV universe, not in continuity stories.
August 26, 2013 8:25 pm A nice big week for me, but I can't complain, some awesome stuff is out. American Vampire Anthology Captain Midnight FBD FF Itty Bitty Hellboy Lazarus The Massive Mind The Gap The Unwritten Young Avengers BQ: I'd like to see Jonathan, Ray, and George from Bored to Death team up with The Dude, Walter, and Donnie from The Big Lebowski. I don't know what they would do besides bowl, get high, and solve crime, but I want to watch that.
August 26, 2013 8:08 pm Open white space never looked so gloomy and foreboding.
August 26, 2013 8:04 pm Well even though I'm still not thrilled by this storyline, one thing we can always count on is fuckin' rad covers by Yuko.