Bag and Bored’s ‘Best of 2013’: GALEN GARNER

BEST OF 2013
with Galen Garner

Best Comic Overall

The best comic that I have read this past year was Hawkeye by Matt Fraction. It could be that I love Hawkeye or it could be that I love Matt Fraction. Continue reading

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‘The Weekly Bat-Signals’ with Shawn Warner, Episode 17

Greetings and apologies fellow Gothamites, I must offer my most sincere request for your forgiveness for my absence last week. It seems even in Gotham the holidays can cause more chaos than a Riddler produced blackout. I tell you my friends that I would rather face The Joker, Killer Croc and Bane than a mob of WalMart Christmas shoppers waiting on queue for a deep discounted 52 inch hi def flat screen television Continue reading

REVIEW: “Batman/Superman” #2

(DC Comics, 2013)

Review by Galen Garner

WRITTEN BY:  Greg Pak
ARTWORK BY:  Jae Lee

I love that this issue of Batman and Superman came out a few days after the big DC movie announcement last week at the San Diego Comic-Con. If anyone hasn’t been on the Internet in the last week then I am happy to be the one to let you know that DC Comics is going to produce a Batman and Superman movie to be release in 2015.

If the cinema versions of the Caped Crusader and the Last Son of Krypton compliment each other anything like Pak’s version, the world is in for a wonderful treat. Continue reading

REVIEW: “Batman / Superman” #1

(DC Comics, 2013)

Review by Shawn Warner

WRITTEN BY:  Greg Pak
ARTWORK BY:  Jae Lee & Ben Oliver

Gotham City seen through the eyes of Jae Lee is a terrifying place full of twisted gothic iron gates and filthy denizens of the crawling living night, perhaps that is why Clark Kent looks like he has just stepped into a waking nightmare on the first page of this esoteric look at the reigning kings of the DCU and their first meeting. Continue reading