For newer folks to the site, I spent the first 18 months of foo-gos making things from food. Among them were these portraits of Batman characters from the 1966 TV series. The first one I made was Cesar Romero as the Joker in an exclusive for my boy Chris over at foodiggity. (Been a long […]Read more "Cesar Romero Returns!"
With such a hectic week finally behind me, what with being sick and flying down to Miami to run the 10th annual Miami Marathon, I never got a chance to chirp about last week’s comics. It was a small pile, so I can easily make up for it riiiiiiight… now. All Star Western #5 ($3.99; […]Read more "1/25/12 Comics Recap: Aquaman, Justice League, Ninja Turtles"
Bleeding Cool first broke the story that DC Comics applied for trademark on a couple new logos. They’ve since followed up with an image of what that logo could be. (The other logo is the same as below, but the text below reads “DC ENTERTAINMENT” with the same line breaks.) As someone who stares at […]Read more "New DC Logo?"
Need a good coffee table book? The Joker: A Visual History of the Clown Prince of Crime by David Wallace is about as good as it’s going to get, assuming you like comics, are in tune with pop culture and aren’t afraid of clowns. I plowed through this 200-page book in one three-hour sitting at […]Read more "The Joker: A Visual History of the Clown Prince of Crime"
Every week, I’ll briefly update you on the latest from Foogos, and in my own little pop culture bubble of movies, TV, books and what-have-you. SKELETOR IS COMING! After the last fan poll asking what people would like to see, Skeletor was the surprising write-in winner. Ask and ye shall receive. During an all-nighter in […]Read more "Weekly Round-Up"
DC’s “The New 52″ relaunch is in full swing this week. I’ve already taken a peek at Action Comics #1, and was pleasantly surprised by what i found inside. Next up, Green Arrow #1. The man rocks a weak logo, but a sweet belt buckle, and I’ve always been a fan of the more offbeat, […]Read more "Green Arrow #1"
Following through with an idea I’ve juggled for quite a bit, I’m going to post regular comicbook reviews here on the site. If you’ve been following Foogos closely, you’ll know that, in a way, it all sorta makes sense. The reviews will all originally be posted on my other website (Am I plagiarizing myself?), the […]Read more "Action Comics #1"