Author: J.R. LeMar

"Mostly Harmless"

HAMSTER RAGE #3

Written and drawn and inked and lettered by Brian J. Crowley Colored by Randy Field Cover drawn by Tony Maldonado PREVIOUSLY: HAMSTER RAGE #2 Roosevelt, the fan-favorite 6 foot tall talking hamster is back, in this latest collection of Brian J. Crowley’s “World’s Weirdest Webcomic.” And in this issue he fights a giant talking lobster,…

Actor Spotlight: GABOUREY SIDIBE

Yes, I know that when I created this particular category, I said was mainly with the intention of spotlighting established actors and actresses that I thought were underrated, or new actors and actresses that I think should be more well-known. I don’t know if Gabourey Sidibe really fits either of those criteria, but my main…

Details From Shelley Dufresne’s First Day In Court

Former Destrehan High School English teacher Shelley Dufresne walked into Jefferson Parish district court Tuesday (April 25) followed by her attorney, Jim Williams, as she prepares to stand trial on two counts of carnal knowledge of a juvenile. Dusfresne is accused of having sex with a then-16-year-old student. PREVIOUSLY: Shelley Dufresne FINALLY Gets Her Day…

New MIGHTY MAN One-Shot

Written by Erik Larsen Drawn and colored by Nikos Koutsis Published by Image Comics PREVIOUSLY: MIGHTY MAN #1 This was a nice surprise to see in this week’s list of new releases on Comixology this morning. Mighty Man has long been my 2nd favorite Erik Larsen creation, after Savage Dragon himself (in which I basically…

HAMSTER RAGE #2

Written and drawn by Brian J. Crowley Colored by Rachelle Rosenberg and Randy Field PREVIOUSLY: HAMSTER RAGE #1 In this LOOOONG OVERDUE review I return to  Brian J. Crowley’s world’s weirdest webcomic, Hamster Rage. This is another collected edition, picking right up from where the first issue left off, as Toy Boy and other members…

I Agree With Vice President Mike Pence

Yeah, that’s not a sentence I expected to say or write any time in the next (hopefully only) four years. But then I saw his name trending on Twitter this morning, because of this: Mike Pence’s ‘Billy Graham Rule’ has Internet yelling sexism Vice President Mike Pence demanded an apology from The Associated Press after…

MOSAIC #6

Written by Geoffrey Thorne Drawn by Bruno Oliveira Colored by Emilio Lopez Published by Marvel Comics PREVIOUSLY: MOSAIC #5 Although last issue capped off the first arc of this serious mostly satisfactorily, there was one pretty large dangling plot-thread. That being the status of Morris’ body. When the Brand Corp. tower blew up, I wasn’t…

THE ARRANGEMENT

Written and Created by Jonathan Abrahams Directed by Ken Olin I just finished watching this first episode. I’ve been looking forward to this series ever since I first heard about it last year, as it stars Josh Henderson, an actor whom I’ve written about before. And while I wish things had worked out with the…

Meanwhile, In Trump’s America. . .

A female friend of mine got the above message on Facebook from this woman, Arlene Brock, whom my friend didn’t know. She posted it because she thought it was funny. She said she didn’t even know who Chris Barker is, she’s added a lot of people over the years. And she looked at the man’s…

People Are Whining About a WALKING DEAD T-Shirt Now?!?

Seriously?!? For f***s sake, is this really where we’re headed as a society?!? To recap: U.K. department chain Primark pulled from its stores a Walking Dead T-shirt (image below) that a customer complained was “racist” and “offensive.” The shirt featured Negan’s signature Lucille baseball bat and his victim-selecting rhyme “Eeny meeny miny moe, catch a…

SOLO #5

Written by Gerry Duggan and Geoffrey Thorne Drawn by Paco Diaz Published by Marvel Comics PREVIOUSLY: SOLO #4 Much as with Mosaic #5 there’s not too much I can say without spoilers, as this fifth issue concludes the opening arc of the series. We get some new players on the scene, taking this book into…

MOSAIC #5

Written by Geoffrey Thorne Drawn by Khary Randolph Published by Marvel Comics PREVIOUSLY: MOSAIC #4 Okay, what can I say without spoiling all the good stuff? How about…WOW! Seriously, it all (well, for the most part) comes to head in this issue, which is labeled as the end of the opening arc of this series.…