As you might notice from the menu above, I’ve removed the Writings and Artwork links. This is because I’ve built myself “real” portfolio of work which can be found HERE, or via the new Portfolio link in the menu.
Please take a look at let me know what you think. 🙂
I’ve had two articles appear on Gemr.com in recent days. Someone I managed to miss when the first was posted, but I received a notification of the second just a little while ago.
The first is titled Display Hacks for Collectors and looks at how you can use cheap, every day items to show off your collectibles.
The second, How to Start A Collection, discusses all the important points that you should take into consideration before taking the plunge into accumulating a hoard of goodies.
I hope you enjoy them both. 😀
Read Display Hacks for Collectors on Gemr.com
Read How to Start a Collection on Gemr.com
My new article for Gemr went up recently, looking at the various people of the Marvel Universe who have become the Ghost Rider throughout the characters 52 year history.
In the article I cover six Ghost Riders, but in actual fact there are more. I chose the six featured in the article because they are either the main-line Riders, or I find them particularly interesting.
Unexpectedly, the folks at Gemr asked me to up my contributions from two articles a month to three, starting this month. Guess they must like what I’m doing, which I awesome!
In the meantime, I hope you enjoy this article on Ghost Rider.
Read the full article over at Gemr.com
My latest article for Gemr.com looks at a question that many comic fans have asked before; is it better to buy single issue comics or wait for the collected edition? It’s a question I’ve mentioned a little previously here on Collectorized and one that I really think deserves to be discussed more, especially as people’s relationship with comics and how they want to consume them changes.
It’s also probably my longest article to date, so that’s cool. Please, head over and have a read. 😀
Read the full article on Gemr.com‘s blog
My Mum and Dad recently digitised all our old family photo and among them was this pearler from our first visit to Sega World, Sydney. Not sure exactly how old I am here, probably somewhere between 10 and 13. I remember the trip though it was fantastic, though!
A few years ago I wrote an article for RetoCollect.com entitled Remembering Sega World, Sydney which recounted the various rides and attractions at the park as well as the story surrounding it’s sad closure. If you’d like to know more about the park, please give it a read. 😀
My latest article for Gemr.com is all about my favorite Marvel hero, Doctor Strange. The article focuses on the various costumes the good Doctor has had over the years and the reasons behind the changes, be they for story or editorial reasons.
Continue reading “Gemr – The Many Guises of Doctor Strange”
My latest article for Gemr.com looks at the history of the longest running collectable card game in the world, Magic: The Gathering.
Continue reading “Gemr Article – The History of Magic: The Gathering”
I absolutally loved Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse. I’d even go so far as it say it’s the best Spider-Man film yet! It worked on so many diffirent levels and introduced cinema goers to some more great Marvel characters. Given the success of the Spider-Verse film it seems pretty certain a sequle is on the way.
Continue reading “Gemr – 5 Characters We Want to See in Spider-Verse 2”
I didn’t do too well with my plans of posting a monthly wrap-up, so I thought that maybe I’d try something a little more manageable; a wrap up of the year that was.
2018 was quite a year for me personally. My wife and I moved from one city to another, I finally made the decision to get out of teaching and into another profession which, after roughly five months of very little work, happened. And I’m so much happier because of it. Oh, and I started getting paid to write articles on geeky stuff for Gemr.com. Awesome!
Continue reading “2018 Wrap Up”
My second article for collector website Gemr.com went live recently. This one was an absolute pleasure to write as it looks at the history of my personal favourite comics hero, The Phantom.
The article takes a bit of a different tact than most “history of…” articles thought in that it doesn’t just recount how the series came to be and where it is today, but rather the impact it had on the people who read it and how that in turn influenced their culture and the character himself!
Lots of research went in to this, so if you take a moment to read it (pleas do) I hope you enjoy it.
Read the full article on Gemr.com