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Marvel Comic Review: Ghost Rider #4 – spoiled

Ghost Rider #4 Smith, Moore, Staples SPOILER ALERT! I will most certainly be SPOILING! The Hyde-mutated Grumpy ripped out of the Charger at the end of last issue, but the two didn’t get the chance to come to blows. This [...]

July 8, 2014 Reviews

The Top 5 Comic Characters Who Deserve Their Own Video Game

The top 5 comic characters who deserve their own video game These days comics are the source of so much media. We have the movies from Marvel and DC’s cinematic universes. The ever growing television shows like Arrow, Agents of [...]

May 26, 2014 Games and Gaming

Marvel Comic Review: Ghost Rider #3 – spoiled

Ghost Rider #3 Smith, Moore, Staples SPOILER ALERT! I will most certainly be SPOILING! I have been so very, very wrong! For the last two months I have been talking about how Zarathos was doing this, and Zarathos has been [...]

May 24, 2014 Reviews

Marvel Comic Review: Ghost Rider #2 – spoiled

Ghost Rider #2 Smith, Moore, Staples SPOILER ALERT! I will most certainly be SPOILING. The twin burning tire tracks that lead out of Ghost Rider issue #1, lead straight into a gunfight in the first panel of this issue. In [...]

April 14, 2014 Reviews

Marvel Comic Review: Ghost Rider #1 – Spoiled

Ghost Rider #1 Smith, Moore, Staples SPOILER ALERT! I will most certainly be SPOILING! For fans of the spirit of vengeance, it has been some time since we’ve seen his fiery grin and penance filled eyes.  The amount of people [...]

March 27, 2014 Reviews

Marvel Comics Sneaky Preview: Ghost Rider #1

In this Marvel Preview, some light is shed on the newest, youngest spirit of vengeance in the upcoming title Ghost Rider #1, coming this March. [...]

March 5, 2014 News
Superman rights

Warner Bros Wins Wrestle for Superman

It has been a big year for Superman. The Man of Steel movie, several new comics including Superman Unchained and Batman/Superman, and Superman got a girlfriend… as he and Wonder Woman hooked up in the pages of Justice League. Add [...]

December 1, 2013 News

It Came From The Longbox #9: Revenge Of The Sinister Six

Deep within my collection there are books long forgotten, either by chance or by choice.  It Came From The Longbox is where some of these books will find a new life, if only for a single review… With the current Ends [...]

May 9, 2012 Reviews
Arnold As a Genie

Five Commercials That Were Better Than “Ghost Rider”

It is no secret that I absolutely despised the Ghost Rider movies.  I have gone on record as stating I think they are in the top ten worst comic adaptions of all time!  Keep in mind I am a big [...]

February 27, 2012 Reviews

How Comicbooked Podcasts Will Save the World: An Introduction

Everyone knows that 2012 represents the end of days on the Mayan calendar. What people don’t know, however, is how Emmet O’Cuana and his crack team of podcasters, like Harry Stamper and his noble crew, may just prevent a global [...]

February 26, 2012 Features
Ghost Rider 68

Four-Color Flashbacks Favorite Story: Ghost Rider

Ghost Rider month continues! This week I’ll be looking at my all-time favorite story to appear in the original run of Ghost Rider.  Ghost Rider #68 (May 1982) was about a year before the series came to an end and [...]

February 24, 2012 Reviews
Ghost Rider 2

The Week In Comics: Zombies, Demons, Fanboys

TV and Movies: Last week saw three significant mainstream media releases… the Walking Dead season resumption, the Comic Book Men series premiere and the debut of Ghost Rider 2. Critics were kindest by far to The Walking Dead, but it [...]

February 20, 2012 Reviews

Four-Color Flashbacks Favorite Covers: Ghost Rider

Welcome back to the second week of the inaugural installment of Four-Color Flashbacks! This week I will be focusing on a few of my favorite covers from the original Ghost Rider series. In future installments there will be no set number [...]

February 16, 2012 Reviews
Ghost Rider 2

The Week in Comics: Ghost Writer

In our top story, Ghost Rider creator or co-creator and original writer Gary Friedrich became the face of creators’ rights this week. Having already lost a courtroom battle for any rights to Ghost Rider, he was successfully countersued for $17,000 [...]

February 12, 2012 Reviews

Help Gary Friedrich, The Real Creator of Ghost Rider

Gary Friedrich, the co-creator (at least) and original writer of Ghost Rider, lost his lawsuit to obtain any share of the revenues from the character as the second Ghost Rider movie prepares to go to theaters later this month. But [...]

February 10, 2012 Features, Reviews

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