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Captain John K. Kirk

Captain John K. Kirk
John Kirk is an English and History teacher and librarian in Toronto, Canada. In addition to the traditional curriculum, John tries to teach his students to make sense of geek culture. And with the name "J. Kirk," it's hard for him to not inject "Star Trek" into his lessons. Comics, RPGs and the usual fanboy gear make up his classroom resources.

Captain Kirk’s Weekly Comic Review – 07/26/2017

DC Comics Action Comics #984 Not the definite conclusion I was expecting out of this arc but an enjoyable one nonetheless. I have to confess, I like the concept of opposing families. Now Zod has a family to match Superman’s, so there are parallel storylines in Superman’s future. This last …

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Captain Kirk’s Weekly Comic Review – 06/21/2017

I’m in report cards right now, so while I’m inundated with writing commentary about the success of the future, I’ve found time to read what’s new this week in the comic world, believe it or not. I wish I was reading more Marvel. I just haven’t been getting copies to …

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Captain Kirk’s Weekly Comic Review – 05/31/2017

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I spent the weekend moderating comic panels at MegaCon. The two things that came out moderating both new creators and old were: the power of a solidly written story and how much comics have declined in terms of readership. I hosted creators from the days when comics published 300,000 copies …

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Captain Kirk’s Weekly Comic Review – 05/24/2017

Short and sweet this week, loyal readers! Yours truly will be off to a convocation of comic-con goodness this weekend in none other than sunny Orlando for MEGACON, 2017! I will have the good fortune to be moderating the likes of Bob Layton, Jason Aaron, Mike Zeck and other greats. MegaCon …

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Captain Kirk’s Weekly Comics Review – 05/17/2017

There’s a very present theme of love in the comic list this week. Maybe it’s because we’ve just come off Mother’s Day (and that always inspires memories of unabashed and unrestricted love in me) or maybe I’m just listening to too many 1981 music tracks on my Spotify account? Could …

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