In the world of comics, you have a bunch of small companies and two big players. We all know who they are. Everybody is familiar with the characters. Of course, I am talking about DC and Marvel. DC is the driving force behind Superman, Wonder Woman, and Batman.[Read more…] about Batman Vs Daredevil
Continuing from the self-publishing topic of last Thursday, “I’ve made up my mind to self-publish, now what?”. I will outline a few concepts I felt were important and critical in my early success and steps I (wish) I had not avoided early on.[Read more…] about The 8 Step Pre-Publication Plan for Self-Publishers
Congratulations on your decision to self-publish your own title! Trust me when I say it was a decision I know that did not come easily and if you are truly standing at this cross-roads in your literary career, then by now (I hope) you have done the homework.[Read more…] about I’ve made up my mind to self-publish! Now what?
I can still remember the day that I bought my first comic book. It was a summer day in 1989. My mother had made me go to the mall with her and I wandered out of Dillard’s (department store) to the B. Dalton Bookstore next door. For some reason, my eyes were immediately fixated to issue #318 of The Amazing Spider-Man.[Read more…] about Why I Still Read Comic Books
David Byrne (Talking Heads) said that rock and roll as he knows it is dead. It may be true that we no longer have the vastly influential music of the 60’s being created, but that music still influences modern rock.[Read more…] about Music Review: The Velvet Underground
If I was a young up and coming actor in Hollywood, I would probably consider turning down any roles that involve a dark, gothic theme, white clown makeup, bad eye liner, and long, greasy hair.[Read more…] about The Irony of Gothic Tragedy: Heath Ledger and Brandon Lee