Name: Asa Fager



This book was dense, dense, dense. I found it hard to follow, but still well written and the art was…

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This book left me with a very distinct feeling. It was the same feeling I had when I put down…

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Finally, we’re back on track! After what felt like two arcs of meandering, it seems that the over-arcing story is…

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August 12, 2013 1:11 pm Kirkman wrote Cap? Was it any good?
July 17, 2013 11:06 am Let's not forget about Larfleeze's Xmas cookies!
June 25, 2013 12:14 pm Sometimes, when life is exceptionally stressful, I feel as if there's a room about the size of a shoe box inside of my chest that contains an angry bee. It flies around aggressively, frequently tapping against the walls. This, of course, makes it nearly impossible to sleep or focus at all on anything. What's strangest of all is that it's taken me 30 years to label this feeling as anxiety, something that people all around the world struggle with everyday, rather than a phenomena unique to me. It's far too common, I find, to assume that what you are feeling is yours alone, and cannot be felt or understood by another person. When, in fact, we all draw from the same well of emotions and often feel things collectively, as a people. Thanks for listening. Can't believe I'm the first one.
May 29, 2013 11:54 am Did the shows get reduced to one part episodes? No more two pieces per?
May 13, 2013 12:22 pm There was a scene in No Man's Land (the old Batman epic) where Batman tried to reveal his identity to Gordon, as a trust building exercise. Gordon intentionally looked away and said: "I'm a cop. If I really wanted to know who you are, I would have figured it out a long time ago." I get the impression that DCs writers want to approach their heroes from the perspective that Marvel has been taking (ie. secret identities are played out) but their characters are so steeped in tradition that the status quo is a very difficult thing to tackle. We are talking about comics, after all. There's a certain level of disbelief suspension that is implied when reading and discussing the medium. Different books apply said disbelief in different ways and places.
May 13, 2013 11:25 am My only real issue with the series so far is that all the faces look the same. The only way you can tell Hitler from all the other guys wearing the EXACT SAME outfit is his tiny little mustache. Makes it difficult to follow. The story seems interesting, but I think I'm signing off.
May 2, 2013 1:37 am Robot samurai? Am I the only one who saw that?
March 22, 2013 11:18 am That's why I bailed after 5 issues. Everybody's singing this series' praises, but it did nothing for me. I didn't even hate it, I just nothing-ed it. And I like Bendis, but his team work is just too slow.