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My 2015 Kirkus Round Up – everything I reviewed this year

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If you didn’t already know it, I write a twice monthly column on the Kirkus Reviews blog focused on graphic novels. This year, despite lots of stuff going on around casa de ATFMB, I managed to read and review 24 graphic…

Kirkus Review: Game of Thrones the Graphic Novel

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I have a new gig over on Kirkus Reviews talking about graphic novels tied to literary works. For the first piece, I decided to do Game of Thrones Vol 1 from Dynamite / Bantam. Here’s a clip: Making the leap…

Random Thoughts

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Random thoughts for Friday, February 24th, 2012 /begin random thoughts You know that good feeling when you’ve finished all of your laundry and everything you own is now clean?  Are you naked?  Then everything you own is not clean… *…

Review: The Lone Ranger

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A fiery horse with the speed of light, a cloud of dust and a hearty, “Hi Yo Silver! Away!”

With his faithful Indian companion Tonto, the daring and resourceful masked rider of the plains led the fight for law and order in the early west. Return with us now, to the thrilling days of yesteryear – the Lone Ranger rides again!

Review: Welcome to the Jungle

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At the tender age of six years old, Harry Dresden became an orphan. His mother, Margaret Gwendolyn LeFay McCoy Dresden, had died giving birth to Harry and his father, Malcolm, died of a brain aneurysm leaving Harry all alone. For a few years, he lived in foster care until he turned ten and his ability with magic manifested itself.

Why I don’t want Robin in Batman 3

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One of my favorite characters in the Batman universe is Dick Grayson.

Dick Grayson was the youngest member of a circus highwire act known as ‘The Flying Graysons’. When his family was killed right in front of him, it struck Bruce Wayne right where it hurts because it was like watching his own parents die all over again.