The fact that she has something that can do that is scary enough. That she doesn’t know how to use it and still did…scarier!

I thought I wasn’t going to have a story arc this Christmas. Lucky for me I thought of one just in time.

Over at The Clutter Reports this week I took a look at the trade collection I’ve been using for the “New Frontiers” arc of DC’s Star Trek, also known as
The Mirror Universe Saga“. We aren’t done with Star Trek comics just quite yet. I will however be reviewing the few Scooby-Doo comics I have yet to review because that’s what’s next in the cue for Friday. If timing were ever on my side this would have waiting until the Scoob! movie came out, but timing disagreeing with me is nothing new.

December is the end of the Art Soundoff challenge and the beginning of Christmas spotlight. I love Christmas and this site represents the holiday as best I can. There will be Christmas-themed versions of many of my usual article series, links to articles and postings of videos I stumble across, and on the home page links to my Yule Log playlist of Christmas music and Christmas specials playlist from my YouTube channel. If you guys find anything Christmas related, celebrating the magic, festivity, lore, or origins of Christmas, let me know here or through the contact page (link at the top) and if I think it works I’ll use it. I could use the help as I work on Captain Yuletide and my annual Christmas video. I might even get one of them done this year. Have a good week, folks.

 

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:

    I’ll have to watch the Garfield Thanksgiving video on Friday evening. Thank you for posting it on your site, Tronix. I’m really looking forward to watching it because I don’t think I’ve ever seen it before. I do recall seeing some type of Garfield Christmas special years ago though.

    One of my favorite Christmas season specials is the BBC’s K9 and Company episode from December 28, 1981. For me, that is a Christmas classic!

    The snow we’ve been getting the past couple of days must really increase your Chrismas mood.

    Hey, how was the Christmas festival that you attended on Saturday, Tronix?

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