Armagideon Time

Posts tagged ‘failure of imagination’

Of the course of this feature, I’ve made several references to the Great Back Issue Buying Spree of the late 1990s. It was a significant event in the development of my comics fandom, yet it began due to a chance turn of events. Sometime during the summer of 1997 or so, I was supposed to […]

No experience necessary

May 26th, 2015

Remember when everybody in your school lunchroom was raving about The Innocents and every town had an Innocents day and you couldn’t turn to a Hot 40 station without hearing one of the Innocents’ many huge hits? No? That’s because history’s dustbin is lined with the husks of hothoused Next Big Things. Despite the mountainous […]

Nobody’s Favorite: Real trouble

September 4th, 2014

I’m going to tell you something which you might find difficult to believe. Heck, orthopedist I lived through it and I have a hard time accepting it was real. Are you ready for it? Because I want to tell you…that Marvel’s New Universe was a really big deal when it debuted. As you replace your […]

The eighth is ennui

May 3rd, 2014

In early 2006, discount I began hanging out with a group of (mostly) like-minded comics bloggers I’d come into contact with through Fanboy Rampage. I wasn’t doing much writing at the time, as I was still suffering from a catastrophic case of burn-out caused by some frustrating collaborative experiences around the turn of the millennium. […]

Proudly powered by WordPress. Theme developed with WordPress Theme Generator.
Copyright © Armagideon Time. All rights reserved.