Yeah, it is that time of year: the moment you can get your pumpkins for carving. Have you found yours yet? To celebrate pumpkins, here are some excellent pics […] Lees verder
Yay! Sometimes it takes a small thing to make me happy. Today my English YouTube channel Amsterdam Comic Geek reached 100 subscribers. That means I can customize the unreadable […] Lees verder
This is me dressed up as The Terrifying Bag-Head. Should this be my Halloween-outfit for this year? Originally published on July 30, 2016 on HalloweenCult.com.
Leaf blowers are working overtime. Temperature is dropping and nature is making up for it by changing its palette from greens to warm reds, yellows and orange. Fungi pop […] Lees verder
Last year, my girlfriend made me a calendar for October filled with vintage photographs of Halloween witches. Here are my favourite pics: Most pics are playfully sexy. I love […] Lees verder
It’s almost Halloween, but lately my mind has been thinking about anything but Halloween. It’s been a very busy October: I’ve written a couple of articles and interviews about […] Lees verder
What’s a Halloween party without some great looking creatures lurking in the shadows? Here’s the making of such a creature by the team of Amsterdam Spook. Since 2006, Canadian-born […] Lees verder
Recently I started rewatching the excellent Netflix series Stranger Things. And I read the Free Comic Book Edition 2019 of Stranger Things. It raised a couple of questions.
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I’m Revisiting Batman: The Court of Owls by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo. Excellent story and great artwork with inventive camera angles and cool page layouts.
Snyder & Capullo manage to add something new to the Batman mythos. No small feat considering that guy has been around for 80+ years.
The story is written for the trade though, so I imagine the reading experience is better when reading the trade paperback instead of single issues. Which is a common “problem” in modern American comics.