Stew’s Reviews: For The Man Who Has Everything

By the time you read this, I will hopefully have had the DC Universe streaming service for a few months. I haven’t purchased it yet, but I probably will by the time the weekend passes. What brought on the desire to get the service is that I have wanted to watch Young Justice for quite a while, but I had never found a service that … Continue reading Stew’s Reviews: For The Man Who Has Everything

The Top 100 Comics Of A Lifetime, #5-1

And we are back! For the last time! Wow, this took some work to get here, but let’s finish the list. Reminder: This is based on a list Wizard Magazine published in 2006 ranking their top 100 single issue comic stories of the previous 27 years or so (1979-2006). I’ve gone from 100 to 6 (you can see the list history [LISTORY!] by clicking the … Continue reading The Top 100 Comics Of A Lifetime, #5-1

Top Ten: Favorite Comic Writers

When you watch a movie, is the acting more important than the script? It’s weird how that is never really a consideration, right? Like nobody ever postulates “Would you rather watch a movie with Oscar caliber performances of a bad story? Or wooden, unfeeling actors portraying a brilliant story concept?” And yet, it’s something comic fans have always debated. If you had two books to … Continue reading Top Ten: Favorite Comic Writers

Stew’s Reviews: 1963

First of all, I’ve really got to start Wikipedia-ing some of these entries before I choose them, apparently. I started reading Alan Moore’s 1963 series not knowing that… it doesn’t end. It’s a six-issue mini-series, and while yes, I have all 6 issues, the mini-series builds to a resolution that would be told in a giant-size crossover special called Double Image. Now here’s where this … Continue reading Stew’s Reviews: 1963