Grounded

Why You Should Read It: Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Upon reading Boom! Studios’ new rendition of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, I couldn’t tell you much about how it differs from other stories that have already been told about the character – an...

Story Matters. Continuity, Not as Much.

Opening I love comics, I love their history, I love characters’ histories and stories and adventures. But, I don’t feel that Continuity matters as much as others. What I mean is, Continuit...

Batman Going Broke is What He Needs Right Now

What? Okay so at the beginning of Joker War, Bruce has lost all of his money. He is broke, penniless(and Pennyworth-less considering Alfred’s in the ground right now), and just all-around has no...

Sci-Fi Spotlight: That’s my Emotional Support Alternate Dimension

In 1967 the Star Trek episode “Mirror, Mirror” aired.  In this episode a transporter malfunction sends Captain Kirk and his crew to an alternate dimension.  A dimension where all of their friends and ...

Sci-Fi Spotlight: Sci-Fi Horror and the Thing

Science fiction is a broad term that encompasses lots of different styles of storytelling.  The biggest division in sci-fi is between hard and soft.  The Jurassic park novel being what I would conside...

Opinion: The Dark Knight Has Ruined the Joker

Dark Knight’s Joker Ruined Joker Okay. So, I know I’m on, like, everyone’s blacklist for this one, but it’s how I feel and I’m gonna say it. I love the Dark Knight. I lov...

Why you should read it: East of West

“Doesn’t your kind have plenty of experience with men selling their souls to breathe just one more breath? Honor gets buried deep with the body… I wanna live.” You’ve probably heard Jonathan Hickman’s...

Why You Should Be Reading Over the Ropes And That’s The Bottom Line!

    The 90’s were filled with some iconic things; movies, tv shows, music (HERE WE ARE NOW! ENTERTAIN US!!) and other celebrities. But another thing that peaked was Wrestling, thanks to WWE ...

GROUNDED–EDITORIAL: Spoiled For Choice

I am currently in possession of a grotesquely large ‘to-read’ pile. I strongly suspect that I am not alone in this. With the advent of online repositories and the continuation of traditional media out...