Sunday, 27 December 2009


A classic duel between the most sensational Blind Attorney and the oldest fighting man in the Avengers (sure Thor is way older, but by Man here I meant human) by "Stan (The Man) Lee" & "(Genial) Gene Colan"

DareDevil needed something to take his mind of the departure of "Karyn Page" from the law office of "Nelson & Murdock" because she can't stand being near "Matthew Murdock" who can't marry her and she's cuh-raai-zee about him, so he entered a public duel against "Captain America", only it didn't go that simple.

DareDevil is a hard match for "Captain America", much harder than "Iron Man" was in "Tales of Suspence #058" when the Chameleon tricked "Iron Man" to fight Cap

The issue is fun, though it is the same grief stories us Spider-Man fans know of in the Spidey issues written by "Big Man Stan"

Wednesday, 23 December 2009


Image Courtesy of the Worlds Finest

"Commissioner James Gordon" gets wounded because Batman is a whiner in this episode, he whines a lot until Robin awakes him from his self pitty

Why do superheroes always go berserk when they whine?

Saturday, 19 December 2009


From "Marc Spector: Moon Knight" #025
Written by "Howard Mackie"

What do you mean Howie? Cults in the "Middle East"? What cult(s)? Jihad? You have any idea what the word means?

Jihad main definition is to fight the enemy, not a mere invasion, not random merciless mindless destruction, it is to fight for a good cause. So I have every right to be furious by the people who know the wrong information and spread it

Jihad also goes as a meaning for "Ejtihad", that means hard work, so to focus and study right, and do the job right with honesty that is Jihad, so to tell you the truth: People do Jihad world wide, even writers. Laziness is an enemy to fight, you work right that means you fight, you struggle against an enemy

This is for everyone who abuses the word, keep this piece of information for mind

Sunday, 6 December 2009


The more issues I read of this guy's stories the more entertaining I find them, the more lovable I find Mr. "Marc Spector" to be really.

The mercenary who reforms himself, unlike Deadpool who is still a mercenary Spector stopped being a mercenary as he got resurrected, now this guy does not kill at all (maybe, he might kill). If you played "Marvel Ultimate Alliance" for the PS3 or "Spider-Man: Web of Shadows" for any system except the "Nintendo Wii" (That means the one done by Treyarch & "Shaba Games"), you can recognise this former Avenger, he was a member of "The West Coast Avengers" which was started by "Jim Rhodes" back in his "Iron Man" days, and Spector was a member

This is the cover of issue #10 of "Marc Spector: Moon Knight", it occurs during the best comic mega event ever: "Acts of Vengeance" back in the end of 1989-Early 1990, the story struck me familiar

Ringer is a little Chicken. No not that he's a coward, and this is not the same guy Spider-Man broke some of his teeth, that guy died.

Remember the story of "Little Chicken"? The one that got turned to a Pixar animated feature? That story is about a little chick who did not think like "Isaac Newton" when an acorn fell on his head, he thought "The Sky is Falling, I'm going to tell the Mighty Lion about it". Then the little chick runs and every time an animal asks him "What's with you running Little Chick" he gives the same stupid answer and all the animals are dumb enough to believe him.

Ringer is the "Little Chick", he collects two more to "Get Some Super Powered Costumed Heroes", his first follower is "Killer Shrike"

"Little Chick" and his first pal ran into another farm animal that goes by the name "Coach Whip" (does Marvel Comics love whips that much?). The funny farm animals went together to find the "Mighty Lion" to tell him that the "Sky is Falling" (I got too carried away, the three villains went to catch a heavy weight superhero)

And on a "Journey into Mystery" the three loonies go

Hey mister Fox, we gotta tell the "Great Lion" that "The Sky is Falling"
The dear dear fox knows how to reach the Lion, and he helps the animals by leading them to his den and he and his family had a royal lunch.

In the case of this issue; the baddies got defeated by "Moon Knight"

The tale ends, thank you dear listeners for giving me your ears entirely open

I recommend you guys to read this Moonbeam, Moonshy, Moonguy, he's awesome

Wednesday, 2 December 2009


The guy to the left is the one and only Batman (That's "Bruce Wayne", now "Richard 'Dick' Grayson" is)
The guy to the left is the one & only Spider-Man (This guy had more imitators than Batman, best known guy in comics is his twin like clone "Ben Reilly" who was the Scarlet-Spider but later became Spider-Man with a different costume when "Norman Osborn" made things seem like Ben is the original and Peter is the clone. Spdier-Man once left to be replaced by a girl wearing an exo-skeleton & pretending to be Spider-Man). By this I said the first similarity. "Peter Benjamin Parker" returned to his duties as Spider-Man, "Bruce Wayne" is yet to return

I'll start counting without that first thing I mentioned:
1. Each is the biggest franchise seller from his own company, DC Comics have Batman to be most proud of and Marvel has Spider-Man
2. Both of them are underrated, yes I mean the use of the word under, both of them deserve to be loved by all, but we see ridiculous reasons to hate Batman (he's too rich, he has no super powers, he defeated Superman. I guess those guys hate Anime's) & more ridiculous reasons to say Spider-Man sucks (What a loser with no money, webbing? what a pathetic thing, etc etc)
3. Both are known to be the most loner characters from their companies, but Superman is much more of a loner than Batman because he doesn't place any sidekicks with him. Spider-Man has no sidekicks and he was always alone, until Marvel made a mistake by keeping him an Avenger since 2004, bad move
4. Both of them are smart and come with different strategies to get out of a bad situation, but most superheroes do so this is not just exclusive to these two
5. Both use gadgets of their own making, Batman uses many more gadgets, but he had help in building many
6. Both of them are brilliant scientific minded
7. Both had a friend go berserk, "Thomas Elliot" was berserk since his childhood, but only revealed it in HUSH, "Harry Osborn" became berserk because life gives pressures, and he was too weak to handle them, but he then got over them
8. Both drove a car representing his symbol. Batmobile is much better known than the more obscure Spider-Mobile (I want to see this in later seasons of SSM animated)
9. Bat Signal & Spider Signal. Bat signal is how the cops call batman though, the spider signal is a light showing the face of Spider-Man and it hangs in Spider-Man utility belt
10. Both raised by an old person who is not a parent
11. Both of them whine, they just show Spider-Man whining in text, Batman whining is not scripted to make him feel darker
12. The animal emblem on their chests, and I do repeat animal emblem. Look at Superman, Black Panther, Hawkman, Catwoman, Fantastic Four, Robin........