Previously on West Coast Wednesdays…


It’s been almost six months since I started West Coast Wednesdays. For those just joining in, WCW is when I read an issue of Marvel’s West Coast Avengers and write down my thoughts. It’s also when I have serious doubts about how cool I really was when I was 13 years old [Hint: Not cool at all!].

While this has been a pleasant exercise in nostalgia, it’s also been a trying exercise in patience. Sometimes I’m grinning from ear to ear with delight, and other times I feel like I’m translating passages from the Necronomicon and my sanity is being tested.

All that said, it’s been fun. And it better be, because I still have a long, long way to go before this is over.

Think of this post as a jumping on issue for West Coast Wednesday. Below you’ll find the complete list of issues I’ve covered:

West Coast Avenger Vol. 1, #1

West Coast Avenger Vol. 1, #2

West Coast Avenger Vol. 1, #3

West Coast Avenger Vol. 1, #4

Avengers Vol. 1, #250

Iron Man Annual #7

West Coast Avenger Vol. 2, #1

The Vision and Scarlet Witch #1

West Coast Avenger Vol. 2, #2

The Vision and Scarlet Witch #2

West Coast Avenger Vol. 2, #3

West Coast Avenger Vol. 2, #4

West Coast Avenger Vol. 2, #5

West Coast Avenger Vol. 2, #6

West Coast Avenger Vol. 2, #7

West Coast Avenger Vol. 2, #8

West Coast Avenger Vol. 2, #9

West Coast Avenger Vol. 2, #10

West Coast Avenger Vol. 2, #11

West Coast Avenger Vol. 2, #12

West Coast Avenger Vol. 2, #13

Avengers Annual #15

West Coast Avenger Annual #1

West Coast Avenger Vol. 2, #14

West Coast Avenger Vol. 2, #15

West Coast Avenger Vol. 2, #16

West Coast Avenger Vol. 2, #17

West Coast Avenger Vol. 2, #18

West Coast Avenger Vol. 2, #19

West Coast Avenger Vol. 2, #20

The list keeps growing every Wednesday.

It can’t possibly get any worse, right?

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About Christian A. Dumais

Christian A. Dumais is an American writer, humorist and public speaker living in Wrocław, Poland. He has published fiction, journalism, and academic articles in several magazines and journals such as GUD, Shock Totem and Ha!Art. His first collection of short stories, Empty Rooms Lonely Countries, was published in 2009. He also created, edited, and contributed to Cover Stories, a euphictional anthology of 100 stories inspired by songs, which was published in 2010. His most recent book is SMASHED: The Life and Tweets of Drunk Hulk.

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