Author: Guest

Formerly sidekick to the Red Cowl, Flyboy’s world has been torn apart by the sudden murder of his mentor and partner. To make matters worse, no one will take him seriously after the Red Cowl’s death, and the heckling has turned into hostility, leaving him a man on the edge. Julia Moonglow, one of the Cowl’s former enemies, has approached him and slowly drawn him in, revealing treachery that Flyboy never would have expected: the Red Cowl is in fact alive! With a renewed sense of purpose, the newly-anointed “Sidekick” has allied himself with Julia Moonglow and made it his…

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Since its inception in 1963, the much-loved X-Men franchise has kept us all looking toward the next installment. Whether it came in the form of comic book, movie, or game, the action-packed cast of characters and villains alike have warmed our hearts, incited feelings of vengeance, and toyed with themes of racism and identity crisis. As a tribute to the opening of the newest film, X-Men: Days of Future Past, I propose a toast to the most well-known and loved pieces of X-Men memorabilia across medium.

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The true story of the origin of THOR from Journey Into Mystery #83. Recorded in one take and from memory after several drinks. NSFW unless your boss like to hear curse words blasting out of your cubicle in the middle of the day. http://youtu.be/ULswMlI8jK8

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Geek Girl Con turned out to be a much bigger convention than I expected. Though smaller than PAX, the convention still spanned three floors of the Washington Convention Center. I spent most of my time playing a small Magic draft, but I was able to walk the floor for a few hours and catch a panel.

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Considering all of the conventions I’d been to before have had a very wide scope of fan bases, I was very interested to see the turn out to the Sherlock Seattle Convention. My friend Erika flew up from Kansas to cosplay the gender swapped version of BBC Watson to my Holmes. Considering around 80% of my tumblr is dedicated to the BBC version I was pretty sure I would enjoy myself no matter what, but I was still nervous. What kind of crowd could I expect? Many of the panels were 18 and older to enter. The post card set…

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