Name: wyn arciaga

Bio: new comic book enthusiast.DC books.started with GL by Johns.been hooked since.


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    December 24, 2011 1:28 pm at manigong bagong taon! (happy new year!)
    December 16, 2011 9:42 pm thats like josh saying "bazinga".sorry,ron,you have to sit this one out.
    December 7, 2011 12:26 pm i predict this is when theyll bring jean back.or wanda.or thor.or....aw,nevermind.
    December 5, 2011 11:30 am hey!this is a big help!tiny titans and bone it is!whew!my 8year old boy have been taking peeks on my animal man but now ill shove these books on his chest and say"this is more appropriate.LOL.
    December 4, 2011 6:37 am hey,josh,i read and reread this article and guess what?i think you are absolutely right!when i first read it,i thought it was alienating in a way that makes a guy stop and think "wait,am i that creepy dude josh was talking about?" and all defensive mechanisms go up.but when after work,i had time to read again and i thought this applies to anything in life be it at work,in a con,in a concert,at your family reunion,being creepy sometimes comes out in the most unexpected time,specially if one is awestruck,starstruck or whatever.so,josh,i owe you an apology.cheers!
    December 3, 2011 12:06 pm opium slave!they should get rid of the mask.
    December 3, 2011 11:57 am not just new people but also those people who are on the fence.i love the video and audio podcast and i,too,learned to balance ron and conor's thoughts against josh's because i realized he is part of the team.i wasnt goin to read this based on the title but i was curious how the ifanbase reacts and im so glad im not the only one who feels this way.
    December 3, 2011 11:51 am ROFL!josh,you opened pandora's box with this one.i usual raise an eyebrow when you post things like this but i guess this one hit a nerve on everyone!i understand that you always feel the need to say whats on your mind,everyone else's opinion be damned.and i disagree with half the things you say.and i know,deep inside,you want everyone to know you are different from ron and conor ie what comics you read etc.but heres the thing.you just released astro van and less than a month you are trying to alienate potential readers already?!you dont even know if those creepy fellows are the ones who'd like your book.o well,i dont know if you'd categorize me as creepy but i was about to sample astro van and now that i read this article,i dont feel good about helping this particular writer because if ever i see you in a con,i wont think its a good idea to approach you so as not to be labeled as creepy.
    October 5, 2011 5:20 am curiously,thats what made me stop buying and therefore reading comic books years ago.aside from the 90s crap,i stopped because i seemed to "outgrew" the need to read comics.on the otherhand, those movies made me want to at least take a peek on whats goin on with comics.with great movies,i associate it with great stories from their original medium.and im thankful i did because at the time, siege and blackest night was just about to start and i enjoy a well done event. about the stereotyping,that wont go away.but isnt that why michael jackson regretted changing the color of his skin so that he wont be discriminated anymore for being black,but then the times changed and being black became cool and MJ was stuck with that fake white skin?its been a while now that geeks are the new "in" crowd.from the silicon valley to hollywood,the world is now being ruled by geeks,same guys who read comics.so that being said,im not bothered with that.except being annoyed with that bernthal guy.
    October 1, 2011 2:21 am ive read this article and some of the reactions and i think that although i respect your opinion,josh,it doesnt speak for a lot of people when you say that DC didnt shoot for the new reader.i find this polarizing together with your other article regarding too much comics.first of all,yes im a lapsed reader.for more than 15yrs and i was drawn by the allure of starting with #1 issues.but dc managed to convince my wife and some of my friends who never read comics aside from those newspaper strips to try and they liked it.new readers are aboard and they so liked it that they branched out and tried criminal,powers and incognito.but they attributed that zest to DC.i like paul's reasoning on this subject that focused on the positive side of the "reboot".you hate superman #1?a lot of people loved it.and new readers at that.you are looking at the glass half empty.