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Old School Gaming vs New School Gamers
Please watch the video above before reading on. I won’t make you click a link this time to view the rest. This is from my blog I had, back in February, on blogspot, called Count Judas’ Pajama Jam. I don’t write for it anymore since I use this writing style on PrattleRattle, so if you do like my ranting here, be sure to check out the stuff I have, and the other writers, on that...
Comic Book History: Comics Code Authority
One year ago, I wrote an article for ComicVine on the Comics Code Authority and a bit of history about it. Pretty brief stuff. Check it out. Although you may not notice it as much on comics today, except for maybe on kids books from DC, Bongo, and Archie, between the mid-50s and early 00s, almost every comic had a stamp on it, somewhere on the cover that read “Approved by the Comics...
American Gladiators has an application?
Back in February, I wrote one of my favorite pieces for PrattleRattle after finding an online application for the show American Gladiators. As a kid, for some reason, it was my dream to be on American Gladiators or WWF wrestling. Those were the only two dreams I was allowed to have during the mid-80s. However, after no one wanted “Tiger Force” Mat Elfring on WWF or Gladiators, I...
Comic Book Arcade: X-Men Arcade
Back in September of 2010, I wrote a piece at ComicVine about my love of X-Men Arcade. This was before is was released onto home consoles. Enjoy! Most of us play video games. All of us read comics. When these two elements combine (I am Captain Planet?), we get either a euphoric feeling that makes us giggle in excitement… However, sometimes, we get something deeper and darker than the...