Captain America, A Castaway (Dimension Z)

Z is for Zola and our beloved Captain American is 90 years old in this bizarre tale. Castaway in Dimension Z sees Steve Rogers tricked, captured and transported to an Alien Dimension run by the devious Arnim Zola. Zola has shaped the reality here, enslaved the inhabitants. Cap is experimented on, but escaped with a child- Zola’s baby boy! This was a truly fun story arc to read. Continue reading

Superior Spider-Man

I’m always reading comic books, with a very large collection of both physical and digital books. One series and story arc I recently read was the Superior Spider-Man. Released in 2013-2014 this arc crossed into some trippy, creepy, and awesome areas. It’s one of my recommended reads and I’ll go over why. Fair warning of spoilers; so go read them and come back. Okay, Doc I warned you.

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Don’t Believe the Hype: Captain America: Steve Rogers #1

First off, there will be spoilers in this piece, so if you still plan to read Captain America: Steve Rogers and want to do so unspoiled don’t read this first. Second, I know I am coming late to the party on this one, but as I explain below there’s a reason for it. Now, on with the show…
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Shot O’ Games Podcast Episode 172

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Well gang…guess who’s back? Oh yeah us!!! Welcome back fellow geeks and today’s episode of the famed SOG Podcast we have a lot more news from Halo 5 regarding micro transaction! Wait…How much space does Halo 5 need to install?! XBox admitting defeat and now focusing on us, the gamers…and the MCU Phase 3 line up!

Shot O’ Games Podcast Episode 142

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Hello everyone! Well on this episode we have have some major news from the MCU and this major news have implications to Marvel’s Phase 3! Here at 2 Shots was do what we do best and that is to have fun giving you our own opinions about news concerning things we love! Enjoy everyone!

WonderCon 2012 Recap

imageWonder, Wonder, WonderCon …oh! WonderCon was lots of fun and I hope you enjoyed my Thunderian humor there. WonderCon is like a little sister or brother to Comic-Con, but still big. I think what stands out about WonderCon is the larger presence of the smaller companies and independent artists and publishers. Sure Marvel and DC were there, but no where near the presence they have at Comic-Con.

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