dimland radio 8-29-20 show notes (in brief)

Normally I write pretty extensive show notes. I had done that for two hours today. I went to publish and everything I had written disappeared. I had been saving drafts all along, but I must have done something wrong when publishing. So, now you are just getting the show notes in brief. Can’t Pretend ThatContinue reading “dimland radio 8-29-20 show notes (in brief)”

dimland radio 8-15-20 show notes

Can’t Pretend That Growing Older Never Hurts There was no show last week, because my brain was pretty much fried after a week of stress over my mom having some serious anxiety attacks. She ended up in the hospital and still hasn’t quite recovered. It’s been a challenge for Dad, me, my wife, and, ofContinue reading “dimland radio 8-15-20 show notes”

dimland radio 5-14-16 show notes

This Skeptic Poops His Own Party Being a skeptic sometimes means you poop the occasional party. You tell how that excellent, hilarious story that happened to a friend of a friend is just an urban legend. You let people know that green tea isn’t a miracle weight loss product and/or it doesn’t cure cancer. AndContinue reading “dimland radio 5-14-16 show notes”

you know who is great?

I’ll tell you. Alan Davis. Who is Alan Davis? Alan Davis is one of my favorite comic book illustrators, that’s who! Back when I was still buying new comic books (I stopped years ago), I discovered Alan Davis when he was penciling Detective Comics for DC. His Batman was terrific. Davis’ style is fluid andContinue reading “you know who is great?”

comic books that have changed my life #6

Returning to the long left idle series on some of my favorite comic books, I will focus on The Avengers #164. This is the second issue of The Avengers’ title that I will examine. (The previous one was #171 which I reviewed way back in February 2006.) Issue #164 features guest penciler John Byrne. JohnContinue reading “comic books that have changed my life #6”