A graduate of Pacific Lutheran University with a BA, in Business he is a great supporter of Comic Businesses and ventures both large and small. Val Victory always champions such nonprofit organizations that benefit comic book creators that have brought him and other readers happiness.
When Mark Waid asks for help via Social Media, you kind of have to rally to one of the greatest comic book writers’ side, especially when he’s asking for comic book readers to support and participate in a very cool project. When he gets so much support that it crashes his blog site you have [...]
These past few weeks many of us have observed the first shots in the geek wars being fired. Most of these initial skirmishes seeming to have been kicked off with a Facebook post by comic book creator Tony Harris. This little bit of digital mayhem has spawned off a number of debates via twitter, blog [...]
Have you ever been asked “What comics do you recommend for speculating/ investing in to hopefully turn a profit at a later date”? Well, even if you haven’t this article is sure to shed some light into just what comics one should be looking at!
Comic Book Therapy takes a preview of Brom’s new fantasy novel Krampus, the Yule Lord, which escapes this October.
With every one of DC’s comics hitting issue number 12 this month, that pretty much means we as readers and fans have made it a full year into DC’s new 52, which essentially rebooted and reformatted many of our favorite books and heroes. Now opinions still vary, it was a good thing, bad thing or [...]
Yes, you read that correctly. No, you aren’t in a coma. Anthony Bourdain really has written a graphic novel! Celebrity chef and host of a highly watchable mildly disrespectful travel show, the bold, divisive Anthony Bourdain can now add another epithet to his resume: graphic novelist.
Hot from the news that Dc Comics will republish the Masters of The Universe (MoTU) series, Val Victory takes to the debut of He-Man in DC Comics Presents issue number 47: Superman and the Masters of The Universe.
Is “Batman Noël” a new intriguing look at Batman? And how is it that Lee Bermejo’s book can be compared to Charles Dickens “Christmas Carol”?! Victory reviews and tells you all about it!
What happens when Val Victory encounters “Star Wars Art: Comics” in a nearby retailer? A book that features art from the likes of great artist as: Adam Hughes, Amanda Conner, Bill Sienkiewicz, Joe Kubert, Tim Sale, Sam Keith, John Cassady, Hiromoto –Sin-Ichi, J.H. Williams III, etc. etc. Find out after the jump!
The hunt for the Green River Killer has been the muse for many a creative work. It is now a a Graphic Novel recently released by Dark Horse Comics. But is it any good? Read on!
Doc… I am having a problem with the new DC 52 comics. I think I’m hallucinating. I keep seeing the same mysterious purple hooded woman in all the new DC comics that I am reading. Am I losing it? Why would DC comics play where’s Waldo with its comic readers? Well this might be a [...]
So like many of you I picked up last weeks’ Flashpoint #5 and Justice League #1. I won’t really recap them here because one you should go read them yourself and two if you’re reading this you most likely have already read them and have an opinion not only on these issues but on DC’s whole re-launch as a whole.