The Ongoing Adventures of Rocket Llama #151, p. 36

| June 29, 2009

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The Ongoing Adventures of Rocket Llama #151, p. 36
Script: Alex Langley
Art: Nick Langley

Make Mine Marvel (for now): A review of Captain America #600 + a small look forward

| June 29, 2009

Alex Ross Cover for Captain America #600

As mentioned in a previous article, Captain America #600 came out recently. Filled to the brim with content, they made you really feel like this issue was a celebration. Instead of one, thick story, the issue is comprised of many different stories setting up for stories to come and give some extra perspective on how the world has been dealing with the death of Captain America.

Prototype- Alex Smash!

| June 26, 2009


It’s no small secret that I absolutely love The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction. When I heard that Prototype was a game being hailed as a spiritual successor to the superhero smash ’em up, I had to give it a try. Lo and behold, the world doth spake the divine truth! Prototype is everything you could […]

Rocket Llama Presents- Barbershop Octet

| June 26, 2009


RL presents: Barbershop Octet

Dance of the Dead (2008) – Wired Like a Crackhead Drinking Red Bull

| June 25, 2009


Zombies! Zombies! Zombies! Here’s a thought. If some random guy in a graveyard asks you to wheel his wheelbarrow somewhere while he does something else “real quick,” just say no; because, chances are, that wheelbarrow will contain zombified hands and heads. Or…just say yes! Then you have the next month’s worth of practical jokes all […]

D&D Insider Review: A New Weekly Series

| June 24, 2009

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D&D Insider is Wizard’s attempt to catch D&D up to the 21st century. For fear of falling behind the nerd movement into gaming (more specifically World of Warcraft) Wizard made the move to 4th Edition more than just a serious revision to the rules, but also changed their approach to business all together. They created […]

Captain America Lives (Whether He Ought to or Not)

| June 24, 2009


Ironically, my International Journal of Comics Arts article saying Captain America Steve Rogers needs to stay dead for a long, long time arrives in the mail the same week as Captain America #600 in which Sharon Carter announces that the other characters can already bring him back.

Symphony of the Llama, Page 35

| June 24, 2009

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The Ongoing Adventures of Rocket Llama #151 p. 35
Script: Alex Langley
Art: Nick Langley

Some of us never get past eighteen: A review of LOST AT SEA

| June 23, 2009

Lost at Sea by Bryan Lee O

This book has given me greater respect for Bryan Lee O’Malley. Scott Pilgrim is a great body of work, but this book proves that he’s capable of so much more. “Lost At Sea” is about a girl named Raleigh tagging along with some fellow college classmates that take a trip to California. She actually has […]

Symphony of the Llama, Page 34

| June 22, 2009


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