Author Archives: Tucker Stone

Avengers, Please Assemble: The Time Has Come To Hurt Sam Henderson’s Feelings

Deep thoughts about Batman. Continue reading

 

Nope, No Need To Call That Brinks Truck

Tucker Stone’s strategy for defending Garth Ennis devolves into threats of violence, and Abhay Khosla talks MorrisonCon Continue reading

 

Clan In The Front, Let Your Feet Stomp

When fanboys attack. Continue reading

 

If Kirby Was Still Alive, He Would Totally Have Killed Himself By Now

The comics Tucker thinks are good this week aren’t new, and the comics that are new aren’t good. Continue reading

 

Sometimes You Just Kick Back And Watch ‘Em Drown

Exhausted by comics this week, Tucker recruits assistance from Joe McCulloch and Abhay Khosla. Continue reading

 

Let’s See If That Boycott Extends To Sweet Kisses

In which Tucker compares reading certain superhero comics to allergy medicine-enhanced self-abuse. Continue reading

 

Seriously, Where Is My Killa Tape At

When did superhero comics start obsessing about histrionic emotional reactions to the vagaries of interpersonal relationships? Continue reading

 

He’s Making Guns With His FINGERS

Tucker snaps after one too many Holocaust comparisons in X-Men comics. Continue reading