Tag Archives: Chris Claremont

Wolverine

Bub, here is Donny’s review of the best comic there is at what it does. Wolverine 1982 Chris Claremont and Frank Miller (story) Frank Miller (art) The first line of this book has become iconic: “I’m the best there is … Continue reading

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The Dark Phoenix Saga (Part 2)

That banner (pictured above) about the comic maybe being worth $2500 had nothing to do with the Dark Phoenix Saga; it was just some advertiser’s contest. But it goes to demonstrate just how much this story flew under the radar … Continue reading

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The Dark Phoenix Saga (Part 1)

Donny reviews the greatest X-Men story ever told. Uncanny X-Men #’s 129-138 1980 Chris Claremont (writer) John Byrne (co-plotter and artist) If I approached re-reading and reviewing Maus with trepidation, I approached the Dark Phoenix Saga with giddy exuberance. This … 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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