I find it harder to believe it doesn’t exist.

And if you want to see the comic close-up:

You know someone would buy this, too.

I did my research folks. Unlike Dr. Wertham, and it’s time to go back to seeing what he’s talking about this week. Meanwhile at The Clutter Reports I checked out another of my unboxed Transformers, the Classics version of Hot Rod/Rodimus. Back in BW territory we’re almost done with the #0 Zero Hour aftermath comics so we should get back to normal story stuff in a couple of weeks. And now that we’re caught up with Transformers Spotlight it’s time for the second set of Spotlights leading up to the next story arc. Otherwise, not much else to report. Happy Labor Day…which I will be spending with my own Herculean labor. Only four chapters left and the wrap-up.

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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. :)

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  1. Sean says:

    That curling comic book would be actually quite popular in Canada because it’s a big sport up there. I’m going to have to be playing catch up. I was really tired Friday after work and on Saturday and even today. My energy level came back up today. Don’t know what it was. But it slowed me down from the Voltron reading and viewing that I was supposed to have been doing. Oh, I discovered a little while ago online that one of our classmates passed away in June in Texas. I’ll send an e-mail to you about it. She and her family had been living in Japan from 2012 to 2016 because her U.S. Army husband was stationed there. I am saddened to hear of her passing because I remember as being a good person. She also leaves a husband and three kids. But also, I am glad that one of our classmates got to live in Japan and experience what life was like in the Land of the Rising Sun, the place that has contributed much to the arts (movies, television, cartoons, comic books, food, etc.) here in America.

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  2. Sean says:

    On Sunday the 10th, Seth MacFarlane’s “The Orville” show premieres. It is a space opera show that both spoofs and honors Star Trek. You should watch it and then write up a review on what you think of it.

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