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“A Compelling Look at the Honesty, Earnestness, and Commitment That Goes Into Making a Marriage Work” – Amazing Spider-Man 50 Review

Reviews

Over at Multiversity Comics, I reviewed a Spider-Man comic that means much more to me now that I’ve been married nearly five years. Click on through for a look at a classic issue from J. Michael Straczynski’s The Amazing Spider-Man run, as well as some ruminations on what goes into making a marriage work.

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Episode Ten: Blackbird Vol. 1

Waiting on the Trade Podcast

Welcome back to Waiting on the Trade, a monthly comics book club for people who don’t have time for monthly comics!

In this episode, guest host Suzanne Payne judges a book by its cover, as we talk about Sam Humphries, Jen Bartel, and co.’s Blackbird Vol. 1.

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My 2020 Comics Pull List

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For the last couple years, I have not bought many monthly comics. Various factors (moving across the country, working on my own side projects, not wanting to buy physical books but not having a good device to read digital comics on) combined to pull me away from maintaining a monthly pull list.

But now, I have a larger screen on which to read digital comics, a heck of a lot of new and continuing titles that I want to read, and a little bit of cash to burn. So we’re back, baby – 2020 is the year I return to purchasing monthly comics! And these are the seven titles I’ll be buying as the new year begins.

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Episode Nine: Superman/Batman – Supergirl

Waiting on the Trade Podcast

Welcome back to Waiting on the Trade, a monthly comics book club for people who don’t have time for monthly comics!

In this episode, guest host Mike Drew returns to crack Gotham City’s #Blimpgate conspiracy wide open, as we talk about Jeph Loeb, Michael Turner, and Peter Steigerwald’s Superman/Batman: Supergirl.