When we decided that May would be our month-long dedication to science fiction, I told the Beard that I would focus my posts for this month on doing Reading Sanctums that would quick-cut review some of the Star Trek novels. We sometimes get top-heavy on movies during our genre-specific, topic-oriented months, and since we love […]Read More Space May Days: Reading Sanctum Part I
Last year, we at the Mustache and the Beard decided to celebrate this Geek holiday, because first and foremost we love the franchise, and secondly this is why the Mustache and the Beard was created. I won’t revisit what I said back then because obviously you can go back and read what I wrote then. […]Read More Space May Days: Star Wars Day for a Fanboy
MASKS! Dynamite Entertainment presents a Dynamite comic! MASKS is an eight-issue mini-series produced by Dynamite Comics. Written by Chris Roberson, the art is by Alex Ross and Dennis Calero and Simon Bowland. Published in 2013 the story teams up nine masked super-heroes from the Golden Age of heroic fiction. WHEN THE LAW BECOMES UNJUST – […]Read More Before there were comic heroes there were MASKS!
SHARPE’S RIFLES a review He was a great soldier but can he make it as an officer and a gentleman? MAJOR BLAS VIVAR: A toast. Death to the French! (after seeing that Sharpe is not drinking) MAJOR BLAS VIVAR: Why do you not drink? RICHARD SHARPE: I never liked that toast, Major. I’m a soldier […]Read More SHARPE’S RIFLES
THE DOMINO LADY The First and still one of the best! The Domino Lady is a masked pulp super-hero who first appeared in the May 1936 issue of the pulp magazine Saucy Romantic Adventures. This makes her history’s first female super-hero. The Domino Lady’s stories were all published under the house name “Lars Anderson” which […]Read More WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT MONTH – THE DOMINO LADY: First Female Super-Hero!