For me that would be the addition of Street Fighter characters.

Yes, this really existed. I’ve been trying to catch up with articles and videos by other people pretty much since I got sick last year (which is why I didn’t have a Saturday Night Showcase last night…I was almost there and wanted to finally get caught up with my favorite YouTube shows) and came across this article on Dinosaur Dracula showcasing old commercials. The joke came to me, and we got a comic.

Over at The Clutter Reports I did some mild clean-up after two weeks of being too tired to do any cleaning. It was the first and second time I’ve been to a big family gathering since my recovery and it wore me out. I also had to go shopping alone and that was draining. I need to rebuild my stamina.

This week the Phantom continues his time at DC Comics with the few issues I have of the ongoing series from the 1980s, and we’ll be saying good-bye to Dragon Ball Z. I had decided I wanted to get the collected versions (hopefully flipped because I’m too used to the American style of left to right) and then never did, so when they ended part one to start part two (the fight with the Saiyans) I ended up not collecting it. Viz took so long between the final issue and the collection that I would forget about them. I got lucky with Bio-Booster Armor Guyver on that front. As for the main articles this week…take a guess. Take a wild guess what will probably dominate the discussion this week. This book is not as easy to review as I thought, so I won’t mind pity support on Patreon. (hint hint–I even started doing the Clutter Reports for $5+ supporters in addition to the BW feature article, but $1 still have comic reviews and I’m going to add the Morning Article Link starting with what’s going up Monday.) But this book needs to be challenge. And Wertham was right about the racial depictions, so maybe he’ll get something else right. Won’t he? Please?

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About ShadowWing Tronix

A would be comic writer looking to organize his living space as well as his thoughts. So I have a blog for each goal. :)

One response »

  1. Sean says:

    You have the potential to create clever comic strips that examine the humorous side of GI Joe! This strip you did today clearly shows it.

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