William D. Dickerson, Author of Young Mutants in Love and Cherry Wood.

What can you say about William D. Dickerson? He is a teacher and a writer who wants to write a variety of stories that catch his attention. He is a self published author rather than chase after a publisher. When he isn’t writing or teaching, he likes long walks rather than wait for the bus, spending time with family, and reading other books to see what other authors are doing.

11 May 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Avengers 2- Sequel Time

Is Avengers 2 better than the original? I’m glad to see Marvel having so much success in the movie industry these days. I grew up with horrible movies and the idea that there might be an Avengers 2 to go out and see was laughable at best. It’s a good time to be a comic […]

01 May 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Can we just talk about women in comic books?

women in comics

It’s strange to me to think about the fact that women in comic books don’t get more respect in the real world. Let’s ignore the fact that there it’s 2015 and there still isn’t a Black Widow movie, and that the only super powered woman in the new Avengers movie is a villain. No, let’s […]

28 January 2015 ~ 0 Comments

Inflategate: Why does anyone care?

would you like pizza with your inflategate?

You would think that with Superbowl 49 coming up soon, that all of the talk in the football world would be on the upcoming game, but instead we have Inflategate- the news story about a team that might have lowered the air pressure of the footballs used in the AFC Championship game. While this is […]

08 December 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Daily Quotes boosted my Twitter account

When I started National Novel Writing Month back in November, I decided I wanted to do something different with my Twitter account. I don’t use my Twitter account much because I don’t get much benefit from it. (That is because I don’t know how to draw attention to myself on it.) So when November approached, […]

29 October 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Galactus reigns supreme!

galactus

Galactus is #1 Forget about giant cosmic clouds. When you think about Galactus, you should be thinking about a giant purple guy with giant handle bars on his head. That’s why this costume gets my vote for the best costume at Denver Comic Con. Every head in the long line I was standing in on […]

27 October 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Shadowcat phases to #2

Shadowcat and Lockheed

Shadowcat phases to #2 I was upset that first day at Comic Con. I was in line waiting to get my pass (and I had been waiting for quite a while as it was) and there right in front of me, be too far ahead to do anything about was a girl dressed like Shadowcat […]

20 October 2014 ~ 0 Comments

She Hulk muscles into #3

she hulk

It ain’t easy being She Hulk It isn’t to cosplay as She Hulk. She’s mean and green just like her cousin, but while you might be forgiven for having a shorter Hulk, People won’t forgive you is your She Hulk isn’t tall and in high heels as well. While I wasn’t expecting to see a […]

18 October 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Bilbo Baggins wanders to #4

bilbo baggins

Bilbo Baggins Takes and Holiday at Comic Con Cosplays at comic cons tend to focus on comic book characters and characters you have seen in movies and television, but even before The Hobbit came to theaters, Bilbo Baggins to a hobbit’s holiday to Denver for Denver Comic Con. How can you resist capturing a moment […]

16 October 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Mr T makes Comic Con Hella Cool.

Mr. T

Mr T is hella tough at Number 5 It’s almost impossible to see every costume you want to see or could possibly see at a comic con, but I was glad that I was able to see this one. Not only did he go to the extra effort of growing the beard and shaving the […]

14 October 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Wasp makes Number 6

Wasp

The Wasp reaches #6 on the list of Cosplay costumes stuff here What is Denver Comic Con all about? Denver Comic Con isn’t just about holding a Comic Con. There is so much more behind it. DCC is the proud face of the Comic Books Classroom, an organization that works to promote literacy with the […]