Dan Traeger has been a sporadically published short story writer and essayist for longer than he cares to admit. After finally caving in to external pressures he finally broke his long running and quite comfortable writers block and started his own blog. He's cranky and irritable, and hates stupid people, qualities which he thinks make him an excellent critic. He is also humble, mostly loveable, and almost never writes about himself in the third person.
An advance review of Stephen King's new magnum opus, Under the Dome.
A seamless blend of writing and art that's a tribute to series creator Jack Kirby and s-f master Roger Zelazny.
Musings on the nature of the human condition, and a review of Paul Sizer's brilliant graphic novel, Beats Per Minute.
A review of the new graphic novel by Mike Baron and Andie Tong.
A seamless action movie giving us a Bond for the new millennium, it’s still working all the classic bits that franchise fans know and love.
... a nostalgic trip back to a fun time in comics.
An intense, sad but well-told graphic novel about a doomed quartet of Iraqi lions.
Moped Army is a graphic gem of magic, wit, and power, impossible to put down once it's started.
Just because it happened to you may not make it interesting, but Tom Beland breaks this rule with marvelous style, grace, and precision.