Mark Hayman

Mark J. Hayman became a professional writer at the age of nineteen, composing and editing Point of Purchase price cards for the Canadian Tire Corp. It’s been all downhill from there. He remains a sometimes editor, occasional writer, and infrequent illustrator currently living in the no man’s land between creeping urban oppression and dwindling rural bliss. As the most interesting person he knows, it’s been strongly suggested that he get out more. markjhayman@gmail.com

MAGAZINE CONTENT BY MARK J. HAYMAN (5 TOTAL)

GL_OMNI_V3Super Karate Monkey Death Car: Geoff Johns and the DC Universe

It’s true, pobody’s nerfect.  We live with our foibles and imperfections, our biases and misconceptions, and hope that they don’t cause too many problems for ourselves or those around us.  The human failing that most… [more]

Great Lakes Avengers 2Of Squirrels and Girls

This exposes me to some risk, having to look over my shoulder for Steinbeck’s vengeful spirit, but that’s the life we choose in the thrilling, fast-paced world of sequential art criticism.  Not like music reviewers… [more]

Dinosaur ExtinctionThe Near and Distant Horizon

Timeliness is next to prescience, or something like that.  Here I was preparing this screed when I chanced upon an article by a person who insists that the survival of comic books is dependent upon… [more]

star trek continues kirk spockThe Good, the Trek, and the Ugly: Spotlight on Star Trek Continues

There’s something you ought to know: Star Trek Lives! Not merely in the Rasputin-like, unkillable sense that it just won’t go away, no; rather, in the infinitely more appealing sense that the franchise torch continues… [more]

Imacon Color ScannerMy (Very Brief) History with SF

Speculative Fiction, more commonly referred to as “Science Fiction”, has been described as perhaps the best means of conveying complex ideas.  It is a broad genre that was, and for some remains pigeon-holed, like comic… [more]

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