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DC Talk – with Hal 08/23/13

DC Talk – with Hal 08/23/13

Alright, alright, gather ’round kids.  It’s time for another edition of DC Talk, with Hal.  This is Comical Musings, and I am the resident “DC guy,” here to fulfill my contractual obligations.  Actually, it was practically preordained that I weigh ...

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Made of Wood

I agree with Jim, the scariest villains are often the ones you don’t see coming.  Audacious, bombastic miscreants might occasionally commit super-crimes which cause widespread suffering and mass destruction.  But their grandiose plans are often foiled, and their shtick serves ...

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Enemy Of The State

I tend to prefer comics that read like a book (perhaps because… I love books), so when I was unexpectedly presented with this comic about Wolverine, I was a bit taken aback. The only things I knew about Wolverine were from ...

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An Intimate Portrait of Mr. Zsasz

An Intimate Portrait of Mr. Zsasz

Ah, villains. When it comes to villains, the ones that I love most are the villains that really horrify me. I find guys with gimmicks silly. Really, you’re committing crimes as a venue for sharing riddles? Come on, Pinterest already. ...

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Is Anyone Irredeemable?

    Welcome to Comical-Musings! In my first post, I chose to review the theme of redemption as it applies to one of the central figures in mystery writer Brad Meltzer’s Identity Crisis. This miniseries was a critical AND commercial favorite, ...

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Red Skull: Incarnate

     Whenever somebody asked me what my favorite color was, I would, at first, scoff at the question because I never quite understood how anyone could prefer a color over another color. Then, I would answer with black because I, ...

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