Every comics enthusiast has dreamed to be able to make your own super villain. well, in this article i’ll give you the knowledge you need in order for you to know what it takes to: Make your own Super Villain.
One thing you can do is go on line and surf the web or standup comedy. You will find many different sites that offer a variety of free comedy clips which are all hilarious. These are great for quick pick me up whether you’re just lounging around the house were having a hard time getting motivated to work.
Before making a collection, you want to think what your interest is. Say for example, you are a fan of the Transformers movie, so you want to limit your collection to Transformers alone. But if you are a comic book fan, like with Marvel cavewoman comics – you want to have a variety of them that compose the whole Marvel Comic book series. Perhaps you can collect Batman or Spiderman action figures. It is only smart to limit your collection to just one theme. This will keep your piggy bank from thinning out. But if you have an extra amount to spare for another collection of toy figures, then you can have at least 2 theme collections or maybe 3, depending on your budget.
Good idea make punishments with book reading. Give a book to read by your children if they are break family rule. They must accomplished to read that book and tell what they book before family. This is good to train responsibility and ability of presentation before peoples.
Yeah, that’s right. Comic books are for girls too. Hopefully more and more girls will realize that us comic book fans aren’t all a bunch of geeks and that comic books are a good piece of literature. So thumbs up to Captain X for trying to encourage girls to read comic books with some suggestions. Some of Captain X’s suggestions I wouldn’t have thought of as recommendations for girls but what do I know, I’ve never been a girl before (not that Captain X has either).
Ultimate Spider-Man #1 (2000)- This is the newest comic on my list. It is sometimes credited with pulling comic books out of the “dark ages” of the 90’s, when the comic book industry sagged. Brian Michael Bendis is the author, while Mark Bagley did the artwork. Originals sell for around $190.
Internet is a boon for people who want instant results for their search. Online websites offer customized search options wherein you can find stores with rare collection of comic books. Some websites give you the facility to directly buy books online. Just use your credit card and your order will be shipped at your doorstep.