The first Ant-Man movie was not a blockbuster production, but I enjoyed it nonetheless. So I’m looking forward to the sequel after seeing the new Ant-Man and The Wasp Trailer below. With the Black Panther movie coming out next month, Avengers: Infinity War in May, and the Ant-Man and The Wasp movie in July, it’s […]
Wishing a happy 88th birthday of one of my all-time favorite comic book artists, John Romita, Sr. About 2 ½ years ago I explained why he is one of my favorite comic book artists in a post, “Mt. Rushmore of Comic Book Artists”, that pretty much lays out the place John Romita, Sr. holds in […]
There’s nothing like having fire alarms go off for 25 minutes on a Sunday morning at 8am to start your day off right. I had already been up since 4am (Thursday and Friday nights I was nightmare-free for the first time in a couple of weeks, but last night they returned and had awakened me), […]
I’m currently reading Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs that I bought and had autographed by Mr. Isaacson at the Austin Book Festival this past November. The man’s life was complicated and the story is mesmerizing…or maybe his life was also mesmerizing. In any case, I am enjoying the look at the dichotomy of art […]
Although Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. said many wonderful things before his life was cut short, this has always been my favorite quote of his: Since my mid-teens, I have always done my best to base my judgment of people upon their character and I have always found that it is a much more reliable […]
This post will be a bit deeper than usual, but I need to get this out of my head. No names are used to protect the innocent…and, unfortunately, the guilty as well. Last Sunday night, Cindy and I were watching “The Space Between Us” on demand when Gary Oldman’s character, Nathaniel Shepherd, said a line […]
I just finished watching the first episode of the new Netflix series, “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction – with David Letterman” with former President Obama as his inaugural guest and I truly enjoyed the entire show. It was fun, poignant, and entertaining. My only wish is that it had been longer (because you could […]
Just cleaning up a bit, sweeping, dusting off the layer of dust that has accrued over the last two years or so of disuse, and mopping up the floor. Just in case we were to, you know, reopen sometime soon.
Happy New Year! Welcome to 2018 and welcome back to this blog.