Christopher Baggett

Christopher Baggett has owned and operated The HomeWorld independently since 2009 after spinning it off from his previous concept, 'The Anime Homeworld'. In addition to journalistic endeavors, he is an aspiring novelist. Arizona born military brat Christopher currently resides in the Georgia area.

Teaser Poster Available for “Punisher: War Zone”

UGO.com has the teaser poster for the sequel “Punisher: War Zone”. You can view the teaser here. Honestly, I’m not sure how I feel about this sequel. Its promising, of course, but I fear its going to be tainted by the image of the first one, both positively and negatively. Aside from myself and three or four others, 2004’s “Punisher” …

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Lots Of Stuff To Do, Plus What You Need To Be Reading In Comics

Man, I am a brave son of a bitch. I printed out my first series of Paladin stories (which you can read here at The Paladin Online), only to forget what a monster I created. And I tell you what, this didn’t help. Size 12, Courier, double spaced…200 pages. Yeesh. How did I ever write that? Anyways. I’m gonna be …

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The Timeframe Of Lyja Makes My Head Hurt

Secret Invasion Spoilers Here-In!!

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Supergirl Is Probably An Idiot

How Supergirl manages to completely miss a point.

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All-Star Batman & Robin, The Boy Wonder #9 Is A Riot.

I ream this series a lot, but Frank Miller, I do fucking love you for writing this book. Its awful, really. Batman is what you would be if you were 12 years old and became Batman, guffawing and leaping around the city at night. Robin really is an annoying little piss-ripper. But, God, its just so damn funny to read. …

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Review: “All-Star Batman & Robin, The Boy Wonder” #1-7

Series: All-Star Batman & Robin, The Boy Wonder By: Frank Miller (Writer) & Jim Lee (Pencils) with Scott Williams (Inker) and Alex Sinclair (Colorist) Issues Reviewed: #1-7 Publisher: DC Comics Starring: Batman/Bruce Wayne, Dick Grayson Premise: Frank Miller (Sin City, The Dark Knight Returns) gives a new look at an old favorite with this radical retelling of the Batman mythos, …

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Look What I Possibly Called!!

The following contains spoilers for “Punisher: War Journal” issue #11.

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Comics Review: “Back In Black”

Series: Amazing Spider-Man Issues Reviewed: #539-543 Publisher: Marvel Starring: Peter Parker/Spider-Man; May Parker; Mary Jane Watson-Parker; The Kingpin Premise: With his Aunt May near death, an enraged Peter Parker vows to stop those responsible…using any means neccessary.

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