Sneak Peak: The Naive Project/OSSM Comics “The Adventures of Solestar- Book One: Give More Than You Take” By Siike Donnelly

revisedSolestarCoverIf you have listened to our show, you have become very familiar with our good friend Siike Donnelly. If not, I strongly encourage to click on our show links at the bottom of this article and listen. He is not only one of the sweetest, nicest, most caring people you will ever meet, but he is also a brain aneurysm  survivor. Back in 2012, with help from crowd funding, he was able to release a graphic novel titled “Solestar”. Since then he has been able to grow the project and on March 31st, he will be releasing The Definitive Edition of the Book “The Adventures of Solestar- Book One: Give More Than You Take” featuring art from over 150 individual artists via and Keep reading for a sneak peak at the book, and stay tuned here for interviews with some of the artists, as well as Siike, and a review of the book.

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Marvel Comics: Howard the Duck #1

Howard the Duck has been in a bunch of comics since his first appearance in “Adventure into Fear” #19 from 1973. I have read exactly 0 of those comics. My only experience with Howard the Duck is from the 1986 cinematic masterpiece. There is no sarcasm in that statement. Howard the Duck was one of my favorite movies as a kid, and I still enjoy watching it to this day (which is why I’ve owned it since the first day it was ever released on DVD). The movie is even mentioned before you even get passed the introduction page. Continue reading

Shuddy’s Pull List: 3/18/2015

Here’s this weeks long list of books I’m getting. Provided I can get my mitts on them, I’m buying 3 new #1’s to review, Boom! Studios “Giant Days”, and Image Comics “Chrononauts” & “Red One”


Giant Days #1


Batgirl #40 (Purple Rain Movie Poster Variant)

 Batman Eternal #50

Batman Superman #20 (Fugitive Movie Poster Variant)

Green Lantern New Guardians #40

New 52 Futures End #46

Supergirl #40 (Wizard of Oz Movie Poster Variant)

Teen Titans #8 (Lost Boys Movie Poster Variant)


Legenderry Red Sonja #2 (Of 5


Chrononauts #1

Red One #1


Amazing Spider-Man #16.1

Silk #2

~Shuddy Boy

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69, Dudes!

I had just turned 7 years old when I saw Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure in the movie and heard that line for the very first time. At the time, I had absolutely no clue what it meant. I also didn’t know that 26 years later it would still be one of my favorite movies. When I found at the Boom! Studios was doing a new Bill & Ted comic, I was super stoked.  Continue reading

First Full Trailer for Marvel/Netflix “Daredevil”

As soon as I got home last night, the very first thing I did was throw YouTube up on my TV to watch the first full length trailer for Daredevil that was released yesterday. I’ve been looking forward to this show since it’s been announced. My anticipation grew when they announced Charlie Cox (Boardwalk Empire)** would be playing Matt Murdoch/Daredevil and Vincent D’Onofrio (Adventures in Babysitting) ** would be playing Wilson Fisk/Kingpin. The initial teaser trailer, as well as the motion poster they released got me even more and more pumped for the show. To say I was brimming with anticipation would be a complete and total understatement. I was practically school girl giddy as I was setting it up to play.  Continue reading

John Dies at the End: Review


John Dies at the End is a film that I’ve seen now three times and upon revisiting it recently, reminded myself just how enjoyable it is to watch. This is actually a fantastic film for all you “Poominati” out there because it has lots of drugs, dick jokes, humor and hallucinations. It’s been compared to Bill and Ted and there are similarities, but John Dies at the End is more of an update for the internet age.

Currently on Netflix.
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Image Comics: Descender

My initial goal for this weeks (technically last week) review was to do a review on Image Comics “Big Man Plans” but for some reason, I could not find it at my local comic shop. Instead, I picked up “Descender”, which I initially had no intentions in buying. I couldn’t really tell you why I was going to pass up this book. I have really enjoyed other Jeff Lemire books (Sweet Tooth and the Nobody immediately come to mind). I’m glad the fates intervened and led me to pick up this book.

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