Here are our suggestions for some quick, last-minute gifts that will ensure the comic book geek you love (even if that geek is yourself) has a very Merry Christmas indeed.
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Even with every odd stacked against him, CM Punk has never given up nor let anyone else define him. He tells people he is the best and works everyday to prove it. And it is because of this that he succeeds. Of course, we can’t all be the Best in the World, but that shouldn’t stop us from trying.
As 2013 draws to a close, and in the list-fueled spirit of the season, here is a brief run-down of my personal picks for 10 best albums from the last twelve months. Feel free to congratulate me upon the fine taste demonstrated in the following selections.
Flaws aside, “Too Far Gone” was a great TWD episode. It struck a balance of action, plot, and character development, and—unlike with the midseason finales of Seasons 2 and 3—there’s really no predicting where the second half of Season 4 will pick up. The wait for the next episode will not be an easy one.
“Sunbather” is without question a fiercely emotive record of sometimes overwhelming power and heartbreaking beauty.
“Shame” is dark but spellbinding, and the art’s gorgeous realism makes the tale compelling and take on a life of its own. This is a grown-up’s fairy tale that demands one’s attention and to remind people of the need to be good in this world.
Madefire’s motion book technology is a great way to appreciate these comics and IDW has done such a great job with presenting various incarnations of “Star Trek” as well as the new direction of “Transformers,” that these are definitely comics to pick up, regardless of which generation you belong to.
Paul Walker (1973 – 2013)
We chatted with actor Cecil Baldwin, the voice of “Welcome to Night Vale,” about fan response from within the LGBTQ community which seems to have partially driven the show’s success.
Technically, PopMythology.com isn’t a business yet. It’s a labor of love. But a business is what we’d like to be someday, and that is what we are working towards. By frequenting, you are essentially “shopping” with us, not with your money but with your time. And for that we’re grateful.
“The Paris Wife” is a meticulously researched account of the life of Ernest Hemingway’s wife, Hadley, in Paris prior to the author’s rise to fame. For an entertaining story, though, give me the glitzy, “sex-on-a-mink-coat,” jazz-age story of the Fitzgeralds any day over this one.