The Comicbook Detective

 

He slips between the racks of superheroes searching for the lost comics.
With great Power comes great Responsibility.

Writing. We all do it.
Here’s what I’ve been writing for a while now:

 

  • Anything I Type—Everyday ramblings from rants to silly stories.

  • Dayzee’s Ramblings—A fantasy adventure with an occasional Fireball.

  • The ComicBook Detective—Love. Comics. Adventure. Comic nerds. Oh, and some Mt. Dew. You get the idea.

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Anything I Type

A blog about nothing…

is still about something.

Just ask Seinfeld.

Dayzee's Ramblings

Before,

During,

and After Last Call

Anything
I Type

Shoes!!

I thought I'd drop in here and tell you a story. For background I moved to Arizona, Tucson to be exact, in 2021. I had the help of my good friend Doug, who drove the U-Haul, while I Smokeyd and the Bandit in my car. We took our time and didn't push. There were no...

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Spoilers

Spoilers

Here’s a quick story. I lived in AZ for two years of warm weather, not much rain and then I decided to move back. People ask why (both trips) and I say because I wanted to. Now though, due to circumstances out of my control, I’m stuck watching tv, movies, etc. on my...

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My first foray into promoting The Comicbook Detective

My first foray into promoting The Comicbook Detective

So yesterday was Free Comicbook Day and I was invited by a local store, Space Monkey Comics, to participate here in Tucson. I was one of several local creators who spent the day promoting our stories. I was the lone book author in the midst of comicbook creators but...

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Dayzee’s Ramblings

Dayzee is a flower girl

Dayzee is a flower girl

“Oh boy you were drunker than we thought. Alright let me go over this one more time. Last night you agreed to escort the wedding cake. Molly assured me that you could handle this. Now come on, the bakery is wanting the cake out of their hair. It’s kinda big.” Smitty...

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Dayzee is a flowergirl

“Dayzee, good to see you’re still among the living. Mother will be glad to know you’re okay and able to pay your tab. When you left last night it was debatable.” Gentle reader, Dayzee would never intentionally skip out on a bar bill. Afterall if she did, it would make...

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Dayzee is a Flowergirl

Here I start the new Dayzee stories. If you're familair with my Patreon you may recognize this story. Don't worry that story was a framework for this story that I'll be sharing with you. Let's get into it now. And just to be clear there is a continuing story that is...

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The World of the Comicbook Detective

Comic book or Comicbook? Stan Lee says

Comic book or Comicbook? Stan Lee says

Stan Lee on the write way to spell the word comicbook, ‘People always write it as if it’s two separate words. But to me, if it’s two separate words, then it means a funny book — a comic book. If you write it as one word, which is the way I do it, then it’s a generic...

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The Comicbook Detective Chapter One

One  I wish I could say it ended in a hail of gunfire, but I can’t because it didn’t. Or winning the dame, but that didn’t happen either. Alex Carter’s my name, I own The Comics Clubhouse. This is my story.          The wet...

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Alex Carter Comicbook Detective

There are eight million stories in the rainy city I inhabit. Naomi Price had walked into my life on a slow weekday afternoon looking for help. Her uncle had owned a massive assortment of comic books---over one hundred and fifty thousand to be precise---before he...

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About Al

At the early age of 6, I remember clutching my weekly allowance, a quarter, and seeing a Mad Magazine on the spin rack at the grocery store. The cover was a typical Mad Magazine cover that had the iconic ‘What me Worry’. Mad Magazine was the perfect combo of words and pictures to help me learn to read and enjoy reading. That Mad Magazine was the gateway drug to comic books and the beginning of my active imagination. Then I moved from the Midwest to the Pacific Northwest. I grew up in the sleepy town of Renton, a suburb south of Seattle. Surrounded by Boeing Field and the roar of jets from the Boeing airplane plant, I continued my pursuit of comics and discovered that reading was fun. The discovery of James Bond fit right into my world view and TV certainly helped keep my imagination active. I found what I thought would be my calling from listening to the radio. Being a radio DJ was a dream come true but I found that your dreams aren’t always great when you get to realize them. It did lead to me co-starring in a music video and when it showed up on MTV I had my 15 minutes of fame. Writing became a pastime that has since become a new adventure and I will soon be a published author. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it.

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