NOTE: This work of fan fiction takes in an alternate continuity where Saved by the Bell never existed but Good Morning, Miss Bliss continued. You may, however, find some old friends…
It is almost 2 p.m. on a cozy Spring day. A few dozen frustrated students of Indiana High School are listening to the wise words of Carrie Bliss, a career schoolteacher. Carrie always desired integrity from the moment she stepped in kindergarten. … Continued »
Mild spoilers following…
I get a weird Saturday morning cartoon vibe from watching the first episode. It’s difficult for me describe why. Maybe it’s because the cartoon is made for people familiar with the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Maybe it’s because of the cackling villainy of the Red Skull and his tag-team partner Modok. … Continued »
This time, here are all of the news about Elephantmen, Todd McFarlane, & Ghosted worth braying about! … Continued »
“The Bounce, Book One” published by Image Comics
Issue written by Joe Casey, drawn by David Messina and colored by Giovanna Niro.
Jasper Jenkins may be the ultimate slacker superhero, but he’s not a lame slacker superhero. Jasper can bounce from wall to wall, but he would like to bounce around in his mind after getting a high. Whether drugs are the Bounce’s metaphorical spinach or kryptonite is yet to be seen. … Continued »
Tags: Image Comics
“The Long Fail, Part 3″ published by IDW.
Issue written by Duane Swierczynski and drawn by Nelson Daniel.
Some spoilers discussed in this review… … Continued »
Here comes my assessment of some cool Thrills… … Continued »
Tags: 2000 AD
I’ve received word from Ben at Com.x comics that Babble artist Bryan Coyle has been nominated for the 2013 Russ Manning Newcomer Award. Babble, also written by Lee Robson, has been previewed and reviewed here on RHM previously. I recall being positive about it. Babble‘s an intriguing thriller about Carrie Hartnell and her fellow researchers trying to unravel the mysteries of the language of Babel. … Continued »
Tags: Independent Comics
ABC aired a double dose of Shark Tank to end its fourth season. On the second episode, 11-year-old Ryan of Ryan’s Barkery works from 5 AM to produce nutritious doggie treats. I doubt he will have time to watch Disney’s Phineas & Ferb as many kids might do.
At the end of the Shark Tank season finale, Dr. Doof enters the Shark Tank for his opportunity to further his quest to take over the tri-state area. The complete pitch can be viewed after the next paragraph.
How amused were Mark Cuban, Daymond John, Kevin O’Leary, Barbara Corcoran, and Robert Herjavec at the pitch? … Continued »
There’s no geekery like game show geekery. Cory Anotado, Christian Carrion, and Bob Hagh are doing the second Game Show Marathon for charity. Tomorrow, if you’re low on funds to see a movie, you should take a gander at the extravaganza of fun & games. … Continued »
Freddie Mercury was a great rock musician, showing supreme versatility in vocals, songwriting, and even piano playing. The man rose out of modest beginnings to become the frontman of the legendary band Queen. The music and showmanship of Freddie still resonates even over 20 years after his death.
One can even imagine Freddie making the thought of buying ramen noodles exciting: … Continued »