It’s not a shared universe, but it is a shared creator.

Don’t worry, folks. This storyline will have a happy ending.

Meanwhile, over at The Clutter Reports I did some reorganizing that gave me a new place to sit down and sort my footwear.

Well, we’re coming upon Christmas and I’ve been rather light on the Christmas-themed articles. I’m going to try to make up for that starting this week. We’ll also be concluding our look at Voltron with the last Voltron comic I own but haven’t reviewed…except technically I did review it when I first got it, because that happened around the same time BW Media Spotlight began. Then I just have to worry about what to review on Wednesdays since so many of my comics are buried. I also need to get my BW Video Review edited and this year’s Captain Yuletide done in time for Christmas and I’m way behind. Lucky for me this is the season for miracles. 🙂

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. :)

4 responses »

  1. Sean says:

    You have so many possibilities for your Wednesday comic book review. It will be interesting to see what you come up with. Also, I’m sure you will come up with some good Christmas related stuff on your site this week. After all, Christmas is only 7 days away.


  2. Sean says:

    Just thought of something….do you have a copy of the Captain Harlock Christmas Special comic book by Eternity from 1991? I used to have that comic, and I remember what a heart felt Christmas story that was. To me, it’s ranked up there with any of the other more familiar classic Christmas tales. If you have that comic, that would be a good one to write an article about leading up to Christmas.


    • I don’t own anything with Captain Harlock. I never really looked into the series.


      • Sean says:

        Captain Harlock is based on the Japanese cartoon about basically a space pirate. Eternity published some U.S. drawn Captain Harlock comic books from 1983 to 1993. I had the first comic series from 1988 to 1990 and the Captain Harlock Christmas Special from 1991. It was drawn in black and white, but was still worth getting due to the intricate story line and fantastic artwork that stayed true to the original anime.. Trust me, when I say that the Captain Harlock Christmas special is well worth reading. To me, it’s a Christmas classic along with Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer claymation or any of the Peanuts animated Christmas specials.


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