Monthly Archives: September 2014

All-Star Superman

Here is Donny with his first comic book review. All-Star Superman #1-12 2005-2008 Grant Morrison (writer) Frank Quitely (artist) I want to talk about All-Star Superman, but I also want to talk about getting Superman right – which Morrison did … Continue reading

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Two Years of Balloon Art

Most people do not realize how cool and amazing balloon art is until they actually get a look at it. Well my wife, Patricia Balloona, has been making balloon sculptures for exactly two years now. This video is a collage … Continue reading

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Comic Books: The Iron Age

Here is Donny expounding on the Iron Age of comics. Be sure to catch his story about meeting Chris Claremont…. 😉 According to Ovid, during the Iron Age of man: might makes right, bad men use lies to be thought … Continue reading

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Comic Books: The Bronze Age

Here’s Donny again talking about the Bronze age of comics. Take it away Donny…. On February 3, 1959, musicians Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and J. P. “The Big Bopper” Richardson died together in a plane crash. Many consider “the Day … Continue reading

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Comic Books: The Silver Age

Donny is back explaining the Silver Age of comics to us. Among other things I like that he mentions R Crumb below, who also did the album cover for Janis Joplin in 1968 (and Big Brother and the Holding Company). … Continue reading

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