Video Games, Genetics, and Me.

pushinuproses:

It’s rare that I post something political or even remotely caustic. But every now and then, I have the desire to share something that I find important. I hope this speaks to you.

Recently, I read an article that really affected me. It was about harassment in the video game industry, particularly…

I was mostly passive with my bullies, too. Although in my case I didn’t want to be angry enough to hold a desk over my head (that has actually happened) and just wanted to get on with doing other things. In my head I tossed them around like DragonBall Z characters.

I can say as both fan and critic that I enjoy your show because your interesting, humorous, and informative, not because of your lady bits or tattoos. (I’m not even a tattoo person.) You do good work and I hope to see more dives into retro gaming. I had access to both consoles and computers  in my youth (I still my Atari 800, NES and CD-I and I enjoy all three plus my current PC) so I don’t put one over the other and I like hearing about games I hadn’t heard of before or hearing about a game I didn’t think anyone else had even heard of. Ignore the losers and focus one what you do best…being awesome!

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Crohn’s break

Crohn’s break

I hate pulling away when I have so much to cover but I’m dealing with a Crohn’s flareup. I have been since yesterday. It seems to be going down but I’m so tired right now that I can’t really focus on anything. I’ll get the video footage done as soon as I can and will hopefully be able to participate in this week’s Friday Night Fight and get Jake & Leondone. For now though, I’m not going to be…

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"Yesterday’s" Comic> Heroes Reborn: The Return #4

BW’s “Yesterday’s” Comic> Heroes Reborn: The Return #4

Heroes Reborn The Return #4
Heroes Reborn The Return #4

Or until the next event story.

Heroes Reborn: The Return #4

FINAL ISSUE

Marvel Comics (December, 1997)

“Fourth & Goal” WRITER: Peter David PENCILER: Salvador Larroca INKER: Scott Hanna COLORIST: Steve Bucellato LETTERER: Kolja Fuchs ASSISTANT EDITOR: Polly Watson EDITOR: Bobbie Chase

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Brass City Comic Convention 2011

These were not the guests that appeared this year.

I thought Brass City Comic Convention was this Sunday, but it was last. Lucky for me I heard about it soon enough to grab my gear and head over. This year had a lot more cosplayers so here is their moment in the spotlight. (Walking around video tomorrow.)

BW Goes To Brass City Comic Convention: The Photos I thought Brass City Comic Convention was this Sunday, but it was last. Lucky for me I heard about it soon enough to grab my gear and head over.

Today’s Comic> Batman ‘66 Meets The Green Hornet #2

BW’s Today’s Comic> Batman ‘66 Meets The Green Hornet #2

Batman '66 Meets The Green Hornet #2
Batman '66 Meets The Green Hornet #2

Alex Ross uses live models for his covers. I like to imagine sticking some of his friends to a moving train for realism.

Batman ’66 Meets The Green Hornet #2

DC Comics (September, 2014)

“The Heroes Fight Back” WRITERS: Kevin Smith & Ralph Garman ARTIST: Ty Templeton COLORIST: Tony Avina COVER ART: Alex Ross LETTERER: Wes Abbott ASSISTANT EDITOR: Aniz Ansari SENIOR EDITOR: Jim Chadwick

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ozziearcane:

gunpowderandspark:

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overland-frost:

You’re much stronger than you think you are

I’m never gonna pass off the chance to reblog this because hell, sometimes knowing that some one fictional will be there in times like there really does help.

This makes me love Superman even more.

I prefer Michael Straczynski take on a similar scene

Superman: A being capable of moving the heavens and Earth itself, will always take the time to let you just how important you really are

This made me start crying.

I’m not suicidal, but my life can be stressful as all hell and sometimes it’s hard to believe things will get better. This helped a lot.

Thank you.

Also the old Superman who was in JSA.

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Morning Article Link: A Cartoonist’s Advice

BW’s Morning Article Link: A Cartoonist’s Advice

The Muppet Show already did the good quarterstaff jokes.
How lazy can I get?

How lazy can I get?

My Reviewers Unknown colleague the Comic Strip Critic has made a splash in the world of newspaper strips to the point that King Features let him run their blog for a week. For the weekly “Ask A Cartoonist” posting, John Weber asked the cartoonists what was the best piece of advice they had ever gotten. There are some interesting answers for any of us who want to get into…

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"Yesterday’s" Comic> Fury Of Firestorm #11

BW’s “Yesterday’s” Comic> Fury Of Firestorm #11

Fury Of Firestorm #11
Fury Of Firestorm #11

“For one thing, their morning breath is terrible!”

Fury Of Firestorm #11

DC Comics (April, 1983)

“Walking Darkness”
WRITER: Gerry Conway ARTISTS: Pat Broderick & Rodin Rodriquez COLORIST: Gene D’Angelo LETTERER: Adam Kubert for some reason they haven’t been listing the editor

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