About Sean Pigeon

Sean Pigeon (@seanpidge) is our lead comics cheerleader, and is always good for a high five. Sean believes Cyclops was right! He can often be found offending people on Twitter and helping out the shop with auctions and events.

My Golden Age: The Superior Crescendo

Spoilers ahead for Amazing Spider-Man #698-Amazing Spider-Man #700 and Superior Spider-Man #1. So this is the grand finale, the crescendo of demise. This is the happy ending where the bad guy goes down and dies. – James Allen (Glasvegas) The first question out of a person’s mouth when they find out that I … [Read more...]

Avengers Versus X-Men: Cyclops Was Right!

Avengers vs. X-Men has reached its conclusion, leaving the intrepid Cyclops rotting in a cell. A fitting result for the leader of the X-Men? Sean Pigeon offers a few examples of AVX justice from the Avengers side, like Scarlet Witch and Namor, and questions the outcome in this video segment that all Avengers and … [Read more...]

Casanova Trade Paperback by Matt Fraction and Gabriel Ba

Sean Pigeon becomes a fan of sex robots after reading Casanova, by Matt Fraction and Gabriel Ba! He'll tell you all about it in this quick video review of Casanova Book 1-3. … [Read more...]

My Golden Age: How Our Hero Learned Leadership

I love the character Cyclops. I’ve never in all my years reading comics ever understood why people thought he was a boring character. Especially X-Men fans who feel that way, when the final page of the X-Universe is written it’ll be from Scott Summers perspective. He was Xavier’s first X-Man, and I would assume that … [Read more...]

My Golden Age: Our Hero Misses the Wounded Wolverine

Growing up, I wasn’t the biggest fan of Wolverine. I didn’t not like him, I just tended to lean towards a different set of characters. Every kid I knew loved Michelangelo from the Turtles, my favorite was Leonardo. When G.I. Joe was huge, every kid loved Snake Eyes, my loyalty was and will always be to Flint. Never … [Read more...]

My Golden Age #5: In Which Our Hero Discovers Freedom

The winter of 1994 was when I discovered my first taste of freedom. Every Wednesday, since getting into comics the year previously, my mother was dealt the thankless task of picking my friend Chris and I up from school. Like the saint that she was, she would then take us to our local comic shop (shout out to Card-Omics … [Read more...]

Read Comics in Public and Win $50.00!

Tuesday August 28th would be the late Jack “the King” Kirby’s ninety-fifth birthday. In celebration of everything this legend has given us, it’s time we do our part in sharing all of his wonderful creations with others by taking part in the 3rd annual “Read Comics in Public” day. Why, not that long ago, comics were … [Read more...]

My Golden Age: Our Hero Finds a Lifelong Friend

I met my best friend when I was ten years old. It was the summer of 1992, the fourth of July, to be exact. My parents were invited to a barbecue at a friend’s house, from church. I, being ten, got dragged along, whether I wanted to or not. Doomed was I to spend a day full of overhearing adults say things like “well … [Read more...]

Relax, Your Childhood is Still Intact

Sean Pigeon wants to end the abusive overuse of the phrase 'raped my childhood' in popular culture. He'll tell you why it's gotta go in this video segment with the aid of Michael Bay's Transformers and Mutant Ninja Turtles. … [Read more...]

My Golden Age: How Our Hero Fought The Power

I loved the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. I loved the cartoon. I loved the toys. I loved the comic. I loved the movies. I loved those turtles so much that I’m pretty sure I wore out the cassette single my oldest sister bought me of “Turtle Power” by Partnerz in Kryme and can still recite the song from memory. I was a … [Read more...]

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