Monthly Archives: June 2008

METROPOLIS CELEBRATION 2008: THE PICTURES

I haven’t had a chance to tag any of them yet but I did manage to upload my Metropolis Photos into a Photobucket album for your convenience. Hope you like them. Click Here For The Photos

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REST IN PEACE: MICHAEL TURNER

While I was not the man’s biggest fan I do want to express my condolences to the family, friends and fans of Michael Turner.  Sadly Turner lost his long battle with cancer and as someone who has dealt with a family … Continue reading

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METROPOLIS CELEBRATION 2008: DAY TWO (FRIDAY)

  Day Two started very much like Day One. I had breakfast with Steve, Neal and Mike K, who is a member of the Homepage and a great guy I first met at DragonCon back in 2006. Carol was there … Continue reading

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METROPOLIS CELEBRATION 2008: DAY ONE (THURSDAY)

I started the day by having breakfast at the hotel with Neal Bailey, Steve Younis and Steve’s sister Carol.  Nothing fancy, just the “continental breakfast” that the Baymont offers.  Rachel stayed in bed as she had been up late setting … Continue reading

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METROPOLIS CELEBRATION 2008: DAY ZERO

Well, the Celebration proper officially starts today, but some fun things happened last night and this morning that I thought were worth mentioning. After a seven hour car ride (which was very relaxing, surprisingly) we got to the hotel.  Driving … Continue reading

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REVIEW: INCREDIBLE HULK VS. SUPERMAN

So the question becomes how does a person who runs a Superman blog express his over-the-top anticipation for the upcoming Incredible Hulk film? Simple, you post an old review of one of the comics where the two characters meet. In 1995 the two … Continue reading

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THREE MORE DAYS!

Barring acts of God and family emergencies in three days the wife and I are going to pack up the car and drive six and a half to seven hours from here at the Fortress to a lovely (hopefully) hotel … Continue reading

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REVIEW: ACTION COMICS #865- SPOILERS BELOW

Back in late 1993 I remember being somewhat shocked at what Dan Jurgens did with the Toyman in Superman (Vol. 2) #84.  It was a complete departure from what had come before.  Sure the Toyman had been a killer.  John … Continue reading

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