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Fantastic Four #177 - FF Review 14 of 99
So, my opinions on the writing of Roy Thomas on this run of the Fantastic Four have, thus far, been kind of all over the place. Last issue featuring the Impossible Man garnered a five-star rating from me despite a plot that was beyond silly. This issue tone...
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Fantastic Four #176 - FF Review 13 of 99
Gosh!! Where should I start with Fantastic Four #176, November 1976? There was a word for the comics that I used to read when I was a kid. It's a word that I am not entirely certain applies to the comics published today (which is the main reason that I no l...
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Fantastic Four #175 - FF Review 12 of 99
FF #175, October 1976 written by Roy Thomas; drawn by John Buscema. Joe Sinnott doesn't ink this issue, Buscema appears to have inked the issue himself. The art is good. The style is less FF and more Conan the Barbarian-like for this issue. We begin where w...
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Fantastic Four #174 - FF Review 11 of 99
FF #174, September 1976, was written by Roy Thomas and drawn by John Buscema and Joe Sinnott. It begins with the High Evolutionary ranting to Sue Richards about the threat of Galactus and vowing to face him in single combat. Sue is more concerned for her fr...
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Vacation to Albuquerque
Hi, all. Just got home from a vacation to Albuquerque, NM. We drove from Springfield, stopping in Amarillo, TX on the way up and Oklahoma City, OK on the return trip. We left on Saturday morning the 19th and pretty much that whole day was about the driving....
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I played a few fairy tale themed games in celebration of Tabletop Day. First up was a little game called: Fairy Tile. This is a simple tile laying abstract game where the goal is to arrange components on the tiles to fulfill the objective on a card. The com...
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Batman Isn't Supposed To Lose ...
Over a month since my last entry. I have been working on a superhero themed board game and I do tend to get "stuck-in" when I work on a project. I'm a very single minded creative sort. I believe that is largely a good thing. The passion project of the momen...
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I shared a story about my "bratty sister" Karla and myself and an adventure that we had (where her status was elevated to "awesome side-kick sister") together a few weeks back. Today for Valentine's Day my amazingly fantastically wonderful partner fiancée J...
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FF99 Review 10 - Fantastic Four #173
Been busy with the board game design, but it's past time for a Fantastic Four break. Number 173 picks up where we left off. Galactus is here! But, what happens next? Well, Galactus explains to Ben that his easy defeat of the Destroyer was because the big G ...
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Creativity
So, I've changed from 99 "Days" of the Fantastic Four to 99 "Reviews" of the Fantastic Four. (I guess I never promised 99 "consecutive" days.) I like the idea of the commitment to read an issue every day, but I also tend to be all over the place "creatively...
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