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Christopher Peruzzi

Christopher Peruzzi is a comic book shaman and zombie war survivalist. When our dystopian future falls upon us, Chris will be there preaching in the First Church of Marvel. As a comic book enthusiast for most of his life, Chris has written over 150 articles on geek culture. He does lectures on Superheroes: The New American Mythology and how today’s superheroes are the new pantheon of American Gods. His short story The Undead Rose was published within the zombie anthology, Once Upon An Apocalypse by Chaosium Press. He writes regularly on zombie war preparedness and the Cthulhu mythos. Chris lives in Freehold with his wife and fellow SuperWhoLock fan, Sharon, and both are ready for their first TARDIS trip.

Four of the Best Marriages in the Marvel Universe

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Marriage isn’t easy – especially in comics. Oh sure, I hear some grumblings in the back seats of the Internet about how Dagwood and Blondie managed to keep their marriage together especially after the “Giant Submarine Sandwich” argument of 1945, but that might be the exception. For every Dagwood and Blondie success, we have at […]

Lame Comic Book Stories Hollywood Should Avoid: “Brother Power the Geek”

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Welcome back to “Lame Comic Book Stories Hollywood Should Avoid!” On today’s toxic topic for a terribly translated tome, we look at the disaster entitled “Brother Power the Geek” by Joe Simon. This is beyond lame. It’s quite painful to read when you realize that the mind behind it was the same “Joe Simon” who […]

Lame Comic Book Stories Hollywood Should Avoid: “The Saga of the Super Sons”

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Welcome back to “Lame Comic Book Stories Hollywood Should Avoid!” We use this space as a public service for our readers and for Hollywood producers who might accidentally see a bad comic book and make a movie from it. This is the part of Echobase that will melt your mind, curve your spine, and put […]

How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse: Four Things to Consider

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Whether you’ve woken up in a zombie-filled hospital or found yourself in Louisiana Cajun country with a mob of the Voodoo trance slaves, there are things you need to consider in order to survive. Remember, you are only one person of a few scant living human survivors. Chances are the police are either dead or […]

Kolchak: The Night Stalker – The DNA of Modern Horror Shows

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Before Stranger Things, Supernatural, and The X-Files, there was Kolchak: The Night Stalker. Originally the brainchild of an unpublished novel by Jeff Rice (and later worked as a television script with I Am Legend’s Richard Matheson), Independent News Service reporter Carl Kolchak chased down all manner of hellish creatures from vampires to zombies to werewolves […]

Lame Comic Book Stories Hollywood Should Avoid: “The Planet that Came to a Standstill”

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Bad Comic Book Stories Happen to the Best of Us Welcome to “Lame Comic Book Stories Hollywood Should Avoid”! This will be the first in a weekly series that deep dives into truly terribly written comic book plots and gives them the recognition they truly, truly deserve. People need to look at this article as […]

Six Positive Marvel Role Models for Young Girls (part 6 of 6)

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Ororo Munroe, Storm     Welcome to the final part of my bombastic bounty of bodaciously badass broads brought to balance boisterous babes where we look at comic book women who are great role models. We last spoke about the Unbeatable Squirrel Girl. While we’re on the subject of mutates and mutants, let’s talk about […]

Six Positive Marvel Role Models for Young Girls (Part 5 of 6)

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The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl – She’s Just Nuts About Crimefighting     Welcome back to part five of six in my terrific testimony that takes tremendous titular topic-worthy titans and traffics them to talkative teenagers. Today we’ll talk about the Unbeatable Squirrel Girl. A heroine with so much optimism and cheer that it makes my […]

Six Positive Marvel Role Models for Young Girls (Part 4 of 6)

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Jessica Drew, the Mysterious Spider-Woman     Welcome back! In this chapter four of six in our fantastic feature on fabulous feminine fighter favorites for freshmen females, we gear up on greatness. Staying on the theme of spiders, I’d like to talk about Jessica Drew, Spider-Woman. She’s a character that simply started as a marketing […]

Six Positive Marvel Role Models for Young Girls (Part 3 of 6)

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The Black Widow is a Good Role Model who Strives for Excellence     Welcome back! This is part three of six in our scintillating scripture of sexy but not scantily-clad sirens we see as sophisticated symbols for sophomoric schoolgirls. When we look at people we wish to emulate, we look at those who are […]

Six Positive Marvel Role Models for Young Girls (Part 2 of 6)

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Marvel Universe Women Like Carol Danvers are Independent and Strong     Welcome to part two out of six of my merrily made madness of Marvel’s main maidens as models manuscript! Mark you, my mind is made up mostly of modern mayhem. When a superheroine goes against the Scorpion on her first time out, she’s […]

Six Positive Marvel Role Models for Young Girls (Part 1 of 6)

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There’s No Force Equal to a Woman Determined to Rise If you’d asked me forty years ago if I thought Marvel Comics had any positive role models for women, I would have laughed. Not because it was outrageous but because I was ten and easily amused. Marvel Comics hit its stride back in 1961. It […]