The Rough Riders make their last stand against the undead forces of the Buckenridjer while Jack Johnson tries to save Houdini from Death itself. Does it make for a good read?
Teddy Roosevelt Archives
Among such moments is a protracted shouting-match between Teddy Roosevelt and Annie Oakley wherein Teddy pulls the, "It's too dangerous to follow me," line. Frankly, the problems in this comic aren't too damaging, but this comic didn't have much going for it in the first place It's a fun historical fiction twist on the League of[...]
Roosevelt and Houdini meet up with Lovecraft, and the rest of the Rough Riders find themselves under attack from supernatural forces. Is it a good read?
This comic brings a League of Extraordinary Gentlemen-esque tale of Teddy Roosevelt and a band of turn-of-the-century heroes like Thomas Edison, Annie Oakley, and Harry Houdini fighting supernatural threats on behalf of the free world. This is one that Eliot could get his hands, so we could have a back and forth about this comic[...]
Terrifics Unite! The Trial of Batwoman! Doctor Strange continues to be damned! There were many wins and losses this week for the comic world, and we're going to list them off here.
Rough Riders: Ride or Die #1 Review: Teddy Roosevelt, Thomas Edison, and More Team Up for Some Solid Historical Fiction
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] President Teddy Roosevelt is attempting to enjoy his daughter's wedding when an old Rough Rider crashes the reception Harry Houdini comes bearing ill news of a séance that seemed to summon something ancient and evil He has already sent the rest of the Rough Riders to chase various angles on this, but he needs[...]
Welcome to The Weekly Static's takeaways from TNT's series adaptation of authors Caleb Carr's 1994 historical thriller The Alienist.
A sneak peek was just released, which you can see below. Series creator Derek Waters has several very intelligent and well-history-versed friends who enjoy consuming an adult beverage or two and then recounting tales of famous persons and actions on camera. Drunk History then recreates the drunken story, and the resulting show is oftentimes hilarious. I got to meet/interview[...]
Hot shot police officer Teddy Roosevelt (yes, really) calls upon Dr Laszlo Kreizler, a criminal psychologist (alienist) and newspaper illustrator John Moore to conduct the investigation in secret They are joined by a secretary from the police headquarters, Sara Howard. The cast list is the interesting thing here, including such notable names as Luke Evans (Beauty[...]