Blugoblin Comic Book Review 11/24/10

December 3, 2010

Hey everybody. Sorry for being late, and for any audio problems. My girlfriend did the camerawork for this one. From Arkham Comics, it’s time to review the following: Amazing Spider-Man #649 Fantastc Four #585 Tarot: Witch of the Black Rose #65 Batman & Robin #17 Gotham City Sirens #17 Detective Comics #871 Batwoman #0 My [...]


Old comic Super Heroes

March 11, 2010

Superheroes are make-believe characters give birth to by man that describes men with special powers. These powers are basically put into good use to supply protection to the society from noxious and crime. The term superhero was coined way back in the year 1917 and the theory of bringing about a superhero comic book happened in the year 1938 that originated in America and has crossed over all over the world and been faced with tons of fan following since that point. Following are the list of the most powerful superheroes till date :


Unseen Academicals, Terry Pratchett

March 11, 2010

Best-selling author Terry Pratchett’s most recent (2009) novel Unseen Academicals is a satire on the phenomenon of European football (soccer), plus a number of other social activities that often go along with it. For that reason, the book may have a greater appeal to a UK audience than in America; especially since one of the main themes is football hooliganism, a distinct UK phenomenon.


Terry Pratchett: The Light Fantastic

February 19, 2010

Relatively unknown in America, Terry Pratchett was the number one best-selling author in Great Britain during the 1990′s, and only J. K. Rowling has sold more books than Pratchett in the UK since 2000. The Light Fantastic is the classic second novel in his Discworld series from back in the 1980′s when it all began.