Sting may be returning to TNA... but he isn't returning to being this in shape.
So TNA has spent the last few weeks building up to a “game-change” episode of TNA Impact this Thursday night that features a World Heavyweight title rematch and … They. Now normally I would post my weekly look at this kind of thing on Wednesday, but I also know my love of checking spoilers for TNA programming, and I wanted to write this without having any spoilers in front of me, so we will be having Wrestling Wednesday a few days early.
Anyway, read my full analysis of the new “They” over at the Examiner.
Oh, and I hope that the new feud can at least give us Scott Steiner vs Matt Hardy, as the two men seem to have a clear animosity. Why? Scott Steiner himself tells you after the break.
With this many mouths open, I hope there wasn't any flies at the photo studio.
With my stomach flu kicking the crap out of me midweek, I didn’t post anything this last Wednesday for my regular wrestling column. In order to make it up to my wrestling fan-faithful, I now present to you a special edition, just in time for the Royal Rumble match.
First, go read the full preview at the Examiner.
Done? Good. Read on.
The warmest, cuddliest superhero team ever.
This comic is pretty darn awesome. Straight out of the bat, this creative team has made a very unique superhero comic, one that stands out quite well.
Everyone should go and take a look at this Freakshow. Right now. I mean it. Go out and pick up this book. Make your comic shop have it!
Read my review at the Examiner to find out.
Spawn's "Endgame" continues... now on a more regular schedule.
Over at the Examiner, you can read my look at the comics I picked up this week at my local shop.
You might notice it is totally publicity-hungry death free (and Marvel free for that matter). I like it that way. I actually felt bad last week when I had something like four DC books on my order. That’s just not right.
Steve Niles became just the latest in a line of comic creators really pushing the importance of creator owned work, and I am all for supporting them in that endeavor.
Don’t get me wrong, I like my ongoing superhero comics as much as the next guy. But I think any long term readers of either Invincible or Savage Dragon can agree with me that you will get far more entertaining and exciting superhero comics (and universes) from those two titles than you will ever at DC or Marvel. Not to mention changes that last, as opposed to the illusion of changes that last.
But I digress. Go read what I thought about this week’s comics, then feel free to let me know what you think.
I am currently feeling the effects of a terrible case of the stomach flu, but I thought I would pop in long enough to throw in a site update for everyone!
I debut my other sequel to Long Hot Summer with the first chapter of Susan Benjamin’s ongoing life in Suicide Blonde. This may be the most unique narrative style I have tried, so I am excited to hear what everyone thinks of it.
My story isn’t the only new one, as Mark Oldfield continues his Invasion with “Synthesis”. Make sure to check both out.
Finally, over at Pulp Empire we have the first story from the upcoming Volume Four and it features the return of Teel James Glenn’s Dr. Shadows. “Blood Debt” is some really great stuff and well worth taking a look at for any fan of the heroic pulps!