Tough Grading, The Elusive A+, And My Top 15 Stories EVER

I take no pride in being something of a harsh grader when it comes to comic books. I am not really sure why it is–I tend to grade out movies much more generously than I do comics for whatever reason–but if you look at my grading history, it is easy to see I am typically […]

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Jab’s Deep Dive: Image Comics (Liefeld cont’d!)

(For more on Jab’s look into Liefeld, click here!) ROB’S ARTISTIC QUIRKS & FLAWS: “Rob Liefeld is a bad artist” and “Rob can’t draw feet” get mentioned so many times as to be cliche, but I feel the need to actually list ALL of the disparate ways in which he is a bad artist. The […]

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SWO Draft: Best Movie Sequels

My wife doesn’t understand ranking things that you like. She will say silly, absurd things to me like “I don’t know; I just like things. I don’t care if I like it 5th much or 6th much. I just like it if I like it”. Pfft. What a foreign philosophy. Obviously you have to rank […]

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TV Review: Recent Comic Book Properties on TV

I don’t watch a lot of TV. There’s no real reason for it. I used to watch a lot of the ol’ boob tube. But I just never have the nerve to sit down and consume television these days. I think the advent of streaming content has had a negative effect on me. My wife […]

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The 2020 SWO Wrestling Awards!

I am a bit late on this, what with it being January 13th and all, but I’ll let you in on a secret: this isn’t really MY idea. You see, these annual awards are the brainchild of 411mania.com, where each of the contributors makes a list, then each day one new category is unveiled to […]

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Bret Hart Categories – Macho Man, Sting, More

WWE out here just setting everything on fire these days. One of the last times we got together to discuss Bret Hart ranking, we talked a bit about Randy Orton maybe/maybe not burning Alexa Bliss to death in the wake of his setting her mentor, The Fiend, ablaze at TLC 2020. Well on last night’s […]

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Pop-Tart Quest: Wildlicious Wild Cherry

HAVING BARELY SCRAPED THE FROSTED SURFACE, YOUR BREAKFAST WARRIOR AND HIS INSATIABLE APPETITE RETURNS! THIS… IS POP-TART QUEST! Deep in the heart of the Amazonian wilderness, entrenched so far into the darkest rain forests that society is less than a distant rumor, there lives many creatures that few mortal men have ever seen. These animals […]

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Stew’s Reviews: Ms. Marvel

I haven’t done enough “older” comics on these reviews, and I recognize that. There’s a perfectly good reason for it, though, and it’s that, uh, I don’t tend to love them. And I judge them more harshly because of that. It’s not an across-the-board thing, obviously—what is?—but it’s there. A lot of 60’s and 70’s […]

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Jab’s Disney Reviews: Alice in Wonderland

ALICE IN WONDERLAND (1951) Writers: Lewis Carroll (original), Milt Banta, Den Connell, William Cottrell, Joe Grant, Winston Hibler, Dick Huemer, Dick Kelsey, Tom Oreb, Bill Peet, Erdman Penner, Joe Rinaldi, Ted Sears & John Walbridge This is a famously-nutty movie, giving motivation to millions of psychedelic drug-users the world over. Which makes it all the funnier […]

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Stew’s Reviews: Dragon Ball

This week is a little out of left field, perhaps, but is it really any more so than, say, The Life And Times of Scrooge McDuck, which was also initially printed in a foreign language and whose characters are a bit more famous as cartoons than comics? So I hope you hang with me here and […]

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