Category Archives: Comic Books

She-Hulk: Humble Origins, Awesome Character (opinion)

If you’ve been paying attention to certain corners of the internet, you’ve no doubt heard the rage directed at writer David Goyer while on the podcast Scriptnotes for certain comments he made about the comic book character She-Hulk.  The remarks were simple-minded, ill-conceived, and, for a guy who is famous for mostly writing superhero movies, […]
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Easy Road to Conflict

I try very hard not to be the guy telling anyone they’re doing it wrong.  Who am I to determine what works and what doesn’t?  I’m just one writer, and not a very successful one at that.  I get by, and I’ve written enough that I feel comfortable sharing my opinions on writing.  But it’s […]
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Obscurity Power

While DC struggles to bring ANYBODY BUT BATMAN to movie screens, Marvel has just released the first trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy, a sci fi superhero film about (obviously) superheroes in space.  A lot of fans, myself included, are flummoxed that DC vast stable of characters are trapped in some vague limbo while Marvel’s […]
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Mailbag: Art versus Artist, Comic Book Recommendations, Underdog vs. Lassie

Got some questions in the Action Force Mailbag today.   @MGenuineBaker asks: Do you ever like or dislike a book/movie based on its creator? Should we try to separate the art from the artist? That’s a doozy of a question, isn’t it?  And not one that’s always easy to answer. Ideally, I would love to […]
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