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Name: Doyle Clark

Bio: I've been an avid comics reader since I could read.  I sometimes take brief vacations from the comics medium, but always to return.  The longest stint has been the last 8 years or so.  Had a lot going on and just didn't take the time to enjoy a good comic.  Now I'm back, luckily.  Reading and starting to write/sketch out some comic ideas.Little Known Fact: I created Red Lantern when I was 13.  Seventeen years ago.  Take that DC.


doyleclark's Recent Comments
May 21, 2013 12:32 pm Perhaps Romo's most revealing article yet. I was a little worried when we walked into a midnight premiere with only about ten other people in attendance. All in all, it is a great movie. It satisfied me much more than Iron Man 3. Some of the enduring friendships do seem a bit strained. I've known people for over 5 years and worked very closely with them, but would be reluctant to risk my life to save theirs. A bond like that takes a lot of give and take and that's something that just can't be demonstrated in two movies.
May 6, 2013 11:40 am There probably isn't a bigger Prime fanboy than me, but I don't want to see a movie made. I remember waiting in anticipation for the Spawn movie…. and honestly, any hollywood adaption of Prime (including the example given) more resembles the Spawn movie than anything else. It was a very 90's book dealing with very 90's problems. To make it truly relevant for the times, does not mean adding cuteness… It would definitely need to be a rated R flick. If anything, I just want Marvel to release the books in Hardcover format.
April 30, 2013 12:30 pm Puts things into perspective. Great article Mike! I agree with some of the points on Iron Man 2 as well. There were a LOT of fan-service moments, quite a few appealed to me, but I think Emotional cohesion wasn't what that movie needed, it needed physical cohesion. From everything I've read and seen, Iron Man 3 should hit every single note though.
March 11, 2013 12:55 pm It's always a good story when you read about a LCS doing good. My LCS doesn't seem to be slowing either. The owner s passionate about the medium and has a huge customer base for comics alone. Pair that with a massive local market for Magic: The Gathering and this shop being one of two places to play tournament Magic and he's weathering the slow American economy just fine. http://www.doyleclark.com
June 20, 2012 2:30 pm I'm all in for this idea!
June 4, 2012 12:33 pm yeah… about that… if Game of Thrones (the HBO series) were a comic book, I probably would have dropped it during the middle of season 2. Not to say I have not had some satisfaction in every episode, but it's been very little. Which leads to me to my next point: I really want to start reading the book series now so I can fast forward and see what's going to (possibly) happen. If that is one of the shows motives, well played.
June 1, 2012 10:54 am I agree with Josh, the big two have been "looking across the street" for ideas from each other for a very long time. This practice has given us some of the best stories and characters. It's all about bringing readers in. Stan Lee talked about this sort of thing on a previous iFanboy video podcast.
May 8, 2012 12:59 pm Great article Mike. My answer to the question of "Do we really want a sequel?" is yes, but I want a really good sequel. I think Thanos will require some build up. His cameo puzzled the audience I was in. People were clueless as to who he was and why he would be important.
May 7, 2012 1:04 pm Art: After seeing Avengers I decided to renew a love for Thor by picking up Mighty Thor #13 on FCBD, but the art was confusing. So confusing, I thought that the book had been printed slightly out of order. I've heard great things about Fraction's run, so I'm hoping the next issue will be more clear.