Friday 11 Jul


OKG Newsletter

Topic: x-files

Comic relief

It’s Free Comic Book Day at metro libraries, stores

I never got into comics. I don’t know, maybe it’s because I’m not a boy.

I did try at one point. When I was deep (deep) into my “X-Files” obsession, I attempted to read a handful of the TV series’ comic book spin-offs. Just as embarrassingly, I also tried to get into the spin-off books, which were just laughably bad. (Although, since I’m confessing, I still distinctly remember a scene where Mulder answers his door wearing only a towel and 13-year-old me was like “Finally!,” thinking I was at last going to see some hot Mulder-on-Scully action. I was disappointed.)

Right, moving on. So, comic books: As part of Free Comic Book Day this Saturday, branches of the Metropolitan Library System (and area bookstores) will be giving away — wait for it — a free comic book! Easy as that. Go pick up yours Saturday between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. And supplies are limited, so get there early.

And may I suggest passing over any available “X-Files” comics?

by Jenny Coon Peterson 05.05.2011 3 years ago
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Geek love

Satisfy your inner nerd at Science Museum Oklahoma’s gift shop.


Jenny Coon Peterson
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Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Archie's Weird Mysteries: The Complete Series / Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century: The Complete Series

Hey, kids!

Television series

Rod Lott
Being a child of the 1970s, there's an entire generation's worth of cartoons I missed out on, and they all seem to come from the same studio: DIC Entertainment. By the time DIC came to prominence with Inspector Gadget in 1983, I was too old, and Saturday mornings were better spent on sleep.
Friday, March 2, 2012