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Review: Dawn: Lucifer's Halo

As promised awhile ago, I read a graphic novel – Dawn: Lucifer’s Halo by Joseph Michael Linsner. Published 1997 by Sirius Entertainment, Inc.

Okay, so. This is my first attempt at reviewing a GN, and, if I blow it, I’m sorry. 146 more words


Day 10: Stuff

Yesterday was an annoying hodgepodge of a day; today was much the same.

Here is Day 10’s Migraine365 page:

I am hoping to blog about the ALS Ice Bucket / Migraine Hot Wing Challenges later this evening…

Chronic Migraine

Book Review: Wasted Lands by Dave Dorman

Title: Wasted Lands
Author/Artist: Dave Dorman
Published: September 16, 2014
Publisher: Magnetic Press.


‘Wasted Lands’ is inspired by the high-adventure serials of the ’40s and ’50s and the Spaghetti Westerns of the 1960s, but infused with a contemporary sci-fi, diesel-punk aesthetic. 137 more words

Genre: Alternate Worlds

Inspiring Artists

Not to be critical of my peers, but I am routinely disappointed when professors ask the class what inspires them and several to many individuals respond “I don’t know” or worse, “nothing!” If nothing inspires us, then what’s the point?  818 more words


Hathor. Based off the Egyptian Goddess Hathor, who was known for her happiness, love, and motherhood. Hathor is known throughout the universe by many names is revered as a skilled fighter. 13 more words

Comic Art

Lazarus | by Greg Rucka

Lazarus, Volume 1 by Greg Rucka, art by Michael Lark
(Image Comics, 2013, 96 pages)

Forever Carlyle (yes, that’s her name) is the Lazarus of the Carlyle family, which means she defends her family and its possessions, sometimes until death. 80 more words


The Complete Maus - Art Spiegelman

Combined for the first time here are Maus I: A Survivor’s Tale and Maus II – the complete story of Vladek Spiegelman and his wife, living and surviving in Hitler’s Europe.

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