Round Table: Marvel’s Women (Part 3), Peggy Carter and Pepper Potts


Gatto di Sangue: Last round table, we discussed Black Widow. After Black Widow, I would cite the next strongest female characters as Peggy Carter and Pepper Potts. Road-sine: In Mavel’s TV series, Agent Carter, you could see that she was a strong female character. She moves the plot forward, she does things, she actively contributes… Read More Round Table: Marvel’s Women (Part 3), Peggy Carter and Pepper Potts

Tuesdays from Tomorrow: Weird Science Volume 4 is a throwback sci-fi classic


This has the best science fiction material yet for EC Archives. In this collection, five stories adapted from Ray Bradbury stories and one from Harlan Ellison. The rest of the writing is credited to Al Feldstein. This collection contains Weird Science 19-22 and Weird Science-Fantasy 23-24. House ads, letters pages and text stories from the… Read More Tuesdays from Tomorrow: Weird Science Volume 4 is a throwback sci-fi classic

Monstrous Mondays: Atomic monsters, rampaging robots, and sinister spirits abound in Tales to Astonish Vol 2


Five stars for a definitive collection on Atlas Era Monsters. Marvel Masterworks Tales to Astonish Volume 2 collects a great run of Tales to Astonish from issue #11-20 with beautiful art by Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Don Heck, Dick Ayers and Paul Reinman. Extras include original art from Tales to Astonish 13, page 1 (Groot)  and… Read More Monstrous Mondays: Atomic monsters, rampaging robots, and sinister spirits abound in Tales to Astonish Vol 2

Operation S.I.N. Agent Carter isn’t the Peggy we’re looking for


I usually give fairly positive reviews. Be forewarned, this is not one of them. Also be forewarned that there may be some spoilers. My whole family loved the Agent Carter mini-series on ABC this past year. She vaulted to the top to be one of our favorite women of Marvel. We are passionate about our… Read More Operation S.I.N. Agent Carter isn’t the Peggy we’re looking for

Round Table: Marvel’s Women (Part 2), Black Widow


Gatto di Sangue: Today. we’re continuing  our multi-part series on the Women of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Last time, we discussed the newest member of the Women of Marvel, Hope van Dyne. Now, let’s talk about the character most people would consider Marvel’s strongest female hero, Black Widow. Road-sine: Black Widow was actually a really… Read More Round Table: Marvel’s Women (Part 2), Black Widow