I’ve been taking the death of Roger Moore pretty hard, considering I never met the guy. But after all, he’s been a part of my life as far back as I can remember. Basically, he was who I wanted to be when I grew up. As an
There’s one post title I could’ve happily gone forever without writing. 🙁
Comic book artist Murphy Anderson passed away on Oct. 23, and while I always knew I liked his work, it hadn’t occurred to me until now just how many of the most powerful and best-remembered images of my childhood flowed from his brush. I was a “Bronze Age” kid,
I couldn’t let the recent passing of actor Patrick Macnee go by without at least a tip of the bowler. My memories of Macnee go way back. It’s likely I heard him before I saw him, thanks to his ominous narration at the beginning of every episode of the original Battlestar Galactica. Later,
Long ago, before the geeks inherited the Earth, before “Big Bang Theory” ruled the airwaves and superhero movies ruled at the box office, before everyone and his brother had a Dr Who t-shirt, “nerd” was not a label we wore with comfort, let alone bragged about. Being
It’s likely the first images I ever saw of Batman were created by Carmine Infantino. Sometimes I try to remember my first exposure to the character and I’ve just about decided it wasn’t through the comics, the TV show or cartoons, but through the merchandising.