Category Archives: ComicCon

Orson Scott Card 

Walt Disney was rascist, and yet he created one of the most beloved children’s franchises in the world.  J.F.K. was a notorious adulterer who led our nation through the Cuban Missile Crisis.  Babe Ruth was a drunk and a womanizer … Continue reading

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Isaac Asimov

For nearly forty years that galaxy “far, far away” has been an icon of Western civilization.  I should know, I’ve studied every aspect of it – technological, spiritual, cultural, and its many diverse characters. For nearly a century the universes … Continue reading

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Influences:  Stan Lee

Since their inception, comics have been a central feature of American culture, defining who we are and where we are going as a culture.  They didn’t start off that way, though.  They began as a continuation of the dime stories … Continue reading

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ComicCon 2013

An old favorite from childhood.  The plots were bad, the science was nonexistent, and the lead character changed actors every few years, but how can you not like the Dr.?  And how can you ever get over that Police Box … Continue reading

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