• etragedy wrote a review of Superman and the Mole Men.
    First Superman Movie is Dull, But Introduces Good Small Screen Cast

    The First Superman Feature FilmPrior to 1951 Superman had appeared on the silver screen many times - in the form of short 10-15 minute serials that appeared before feature films in Superman and Atom M...

  • etragedy wrote a review of "Domain of the Vengeful Dead".
    Dagar's Greatest Hits

    Dagar fights all his old enemies in the realm of the deadWith little fanfare, no splash page, and not even a title, Dagar #14 plunges right into the middle of a story-in-progress, as Dagar informs Gra...

  • etragedy wrote a review of The Sorcerer's Golem".
    'Dagar' is for Genre-hounds Only

    Dagar fights a Golem Dagar the Invincible #13 continues the mixed quality of this title. Overall it's pretty standard sword-and-sorcery fare. The flaws, which may be insignificant to some, involve jum...

  • etragedy wrote a review of .
    Beginnings of Long Form Storytelling

    Box Office Poison #5 begins to hint at longer running storylinesThe fifth issue of Box Office Poison is a bit of a turning point, however small, for the series. Namely it is becoming more of an actual...

  • etragedy wrote a review of Dagar the Invincible.
    The Best and the Worst

    Awesome cover art is one of the highlights of Dagar the Invincible comicsIssue 12 of Dagar the Invincible is both among the best and worst the title has to offer.First, the good: the cover! This paint...

  • etragedy posted a message on the post Cool.

    The art was by Jesse Santos, not Ernie Chan.

  • etragedy wrote a review of "It Lurks By Moonlight".
    One Big Plot Hole

    Dagar 11 contains one of the more unusual monsters the barbarian has encounteredDagar the Invincible #11 would have been one of the better issues in the series, if it weren't for one big plot problem....

  • etragedy wrote a review of "The Emerald Flame".
    Standard Sword and Sorcery Breezily Told

    Standard Sword and Sorcery Breezily ToldThe story in Dagar the Invincible #10 is an utterly predictable, run-of-the-mill sword and sorcery tale.The art in Dagar the Invincible #10 is perfunctory and a...

  • etragedy wrote a review of "Night of the Serpent".
    Don Glut improves the vocabulary of his writing, and Graylin is no longer an idle 'damsel in distress'

    Don Glut expands his vocabulary in Dagar #9 Dagar the Invincible issue number 9 is a great improvement over the last one. It's not a spectacular sword and sorcery tale, in fact it's kind of standard -...

  • etragedy posted a message in the forum topic Like Father, Like Daughter Kickstarter Has been Fully funded!!!. on the Gen. Discussion board

    Congratulations! I know how hard fundraising can be, my attempts have always failed.

  • etragedy posted a message in the forum topic Your reason for joining Comicvine?. on the Gen. Discussion board

    As @crazyscarecrow mentioned - I came here to write reviews. I found there were lots of book, movie, TV, game and music reviews all over the web, but hardly any for comic books - especially back issu...

  • etragedy wrote a review of The Red Ruby of Garloth".
    Communication Breakdown?

    Dagar #8 suffers from a lack of communication between writer and artistDagar the Invincible takes a turn for the worse with the eighth issue. While Don Glut is still attempting to push the boundaries ...

  • etragedy posted a message on the post Miles Morales : The Better Spider-Man..

    I am so glad there are some people like you making real reviews on this site, instead of just listing a bunch of numbers with no explanation (or worse trying to drive traffic to their offsite blog/re...

  • etragedy wrote a review of "Two Swords Against Zora-Zal".
    Stardard Sword and Sorcery Comic - With a Weird Twist

    'Two Swords Against Zora-Zal begins like any other sword and sorcery comic - but things take a weird twist by the end!Issue number 7 of Dagar the Invincible gives me new hope for this series. Jesse Sa...

  • etragedy wrote a review of "Treasure of Nai-Po-Gah" and "Demon of the Temple".
    Dagar Starts to Wander Aimlessly

    At first glance the cover makes it look like Dagar is fighting a dragon the size of a dog - that's not the case!Reunited with Graylin, and with his arch-enemy Scorpio defeated, Dagar goes in search of...

  • etragedy posted a message on the post HIPSTER-GIRL (Batgirl #35).

    Nice review. I'll be skipping this incarnation of Batgirl.

  • etragedy posted a message on the post Astronauts Hate Bad Books.

    Thanks for this. Always good to know what to avoid. I might have picked this up - it sounds exactly like the kind of comic that would annoy me. EDIT: Ugh! Yeah, just found a sample online - I get that...

  • etragedy posted a message in the forum topic How has my taste in Media Changed?. on the Gen. Discussion board

    I really don't think I've changed that much - still like the stuff I loved as a kid, but now I just like all of it plus new stuff.

  • etragedy wrote a review of .
    Poorly Drawn and Self-Indulgent, But Also Human and Real

    Box Office Poison is poorly drawn, self-indulgent and filled with stereotypes and heard-it-before jokes.It's also kind of dated - these are clearly the twenty-something years for Generation Xers. And ...

  • etragedy wrote a review of Vengeance- Sweet Vengeance.
    Quest's End (Really)

    Dagar vs. Scorpio'Vengeance Sweet Vengeance', the fourth issue of Dagar the Invincible lives up to its name. As promised, the final showdown between Dagar and his nemesis, Scorpio, actually occurs her...