Jab’s Image Comics Deep Dive: The Authority Continued!

Superman Fights The Elite:In 2001, a year after Millar and Authority fans LOL’d through his team massacring parodies of the Avengers, Joe Kelly wrote the Superman story What’s So Funny About Truth, Justice and the American Way? , a sensational book in which a team of obvious parodies of The Authority show up and act like… well, the Authority. Moralistic, hyper-aggressive,... Continue Reading →

Jab’s Disney Reviews: Rescuers Down Under & Oliver and Company

https://photos.smugmug.com/Disney/i-sZHWzL2/0/cbccdade/M/OliverCompany-M.jpg OLIVER AND COMPANY (1988): Written by: Charles Dickens (original story), Vance Gerry, Roger Allers, Gary Trousdale, Kirk Wise, Dave Michener, Pete Young & Mike Gabriel This one is odd, comparing it to the rest of the Disney Animated franchise. I mean, "Take a famous story and make them animals" has been done, and "people in... Continue Reading →

Jab’s Disney Reviews: The Little Mermaid

THE LITTLE MERMAID (1989): Written by: Hans Christian Andersen (original story), Roger Allers, Howard Ashman, Ron Clements & John Musker And now we come to the TRUE game-changer at the studio- the movie that started The Disney Renaissance, and helped define a decade. Coming out in the late 1980s after a series of "scratchy outline" movies... Continue Reading →

Jab’s Disney Reviews: Beauty and The Beast

https://photos.smugmug.com/Disney/i-Ssg7Fpq/0/db12e6ca/XL/7c9535e9a463743b5c1c7626ebd67cd4-d5kliuj-XL.jpg BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (1991): Written by: Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve (original story), Jeanne-Marie Le Prince de Beaumont (adaptation novel that heavily influenced this), Linda Woolverton, Brenda Chapman, Burny Mattinson, Brian Pimental, Joe Ranft, Kelly Asbury, Chris Sanders, Kevin Harkey, Bruce Woodside, Tom Ellery, Robert Lence & Roger Allers The Disney Animated Canon features some... Continue Reading →

State of the SWO: June 2021

Happy Pride Month, everyone! I would like to first apologize for my really lame attempt at Pride-ing up the sWo logo for June; I have no graphic design skill. I did, however, have a rainbow's worth of logos made for me by the incredible Manster over at Pint O Comics, though, so I just... mashed... Continue Reading →

Top Ten: Sitcoms of All-Time

On the whole, I definitely like more sitcoms than any other genre of television. Sure, high-intensity dramas are great, and Breaking Bad might be the single greatest show ever made, but after a while, the perpetually high-stakes honestly all kind of blends together. And I run hot and cold on shows like these. For every Breaking Bad... Continue Reading →

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