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Superman and Batman vs. Hillbilly Vampires | Rick's Comic City

Posted by Jayson Bumbalough on

Sometimes you can find some fun stuff in the fifty cent box at a comic con. Last year I picked up a stack of Action Comics from the 80’s. I wasn’t looking for anything in particular, but I always pick up Action from any era that I can. I brought the comics home and started searching through them and noticed I had the first Action Comics Annual of the post-crisis era with vampires and Batman!

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Spawn Revisited: Modern Gothic Horror | Rick's Comic City

Posted by Jayson Bumbalough on

October is upon us, and I wanted to take a deep dive into some horror comics new and old. I was going through my long box and found the first five issues of Spawn. I hadn’t read these issues in 20 years or so and thought now would be a great time seeing as the world of Spawn is more monster movie than a superhero.

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5 Reasons you shouldn’t be worried that you don’t have a PlayStation 4 to play Spiderman.

Posted by Jayson Bumbalough on

Spider-Man for PlayStation 4 was released last week, and I couldn’t be more disgusted. How dare Sony release a game with stunning graphics, hours of fascinating gameplay, and a truly immersive city that you can swing around. I want to vomit. I’ll be boycotting this game and you should too. Here are my five reasons.

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DC Comics Vigilante- A Forgotten Hero | Rick's Comic City

Posted by Jayson Bumbalough on

The cowboy in the white hat and blue shirt with a red bandana covering his face was one of DC’s oldest and most popular characters of yesteryear. His name is Vigilante (alter ego Greg Saunders), and he debuted in the pages of Action Comics #42 in 1941 alongside Superman.
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Marvel Character Profile: Box | Rick's Comic City

Posted by Jayson Bumbalough on

A fun thing I have found to do is to grab one of the big encyclopedias of Marvel or DC and randomly open it up to any page and start to read about an obscure character.

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