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    17 2015 July

    The Incal

    It is a question of originality. In an age when new, novel, and inspired content needs virtually no middleman to travel on that tumultuous pathway from creation to consumption, it is hard to deny the...

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    16 2015 July

    Fistful of Frags

    The deathmatch. A game mode that stands out as a veteran in the world of video games. Halo, Call of Duty, and of course, Doom. The deathmatches in these games defined generations of gamers. There...

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    13 2015 July

    Archie #1 – Everything’s Archie!

    Over the past few years, Archie Comics has garnered commercial and critical success by adapting to the changing tastes and demands of their readers: they were the first major publisher to offer “day-and-date” digital comics,...

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    10 2015 July

    Revenger #1-4: 1-800-REVENGE

    The fact that both Mad Max and the Terminator are back on the silver screen in the year 2015 may say something about the lack of creativity in corporate Hollywood, but it also speaks to...

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    06 2015 July

    Constantine: The Hellblazer #1

    In the last decade, trench coat aficionado John Constantine and his ironclad lungs have found their way onto the big screen (2005’s Constantine), the slightly smaller screen (2014’s “Constantine” on NBC), and helmed a pair...

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    30 2015 June

    Superman #41 – Before Truth

    When DC Comics announced that cartoonist Gene Luen Yang would be taking over writing duties on Superman, I was intrigued since he isn’t usually thought of as a superhero comics creator. Yang is best known for his books American Born...

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    29 2015 June

    Truer Detective: Episode 2

    So if you haven’t ready my review from last week you can find that here. Feel free to go back and read it before you continue on this look at this review for the new episode of...

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Wilco – Star Wars

July 29, 2015 | 0 Comments

SURPRISE!  Wilco dropped a new album FO’FREE on Thursday night.  And, at the time of this writing, it’s still available (FO’FREE) on their website, so go get some, because it’s great....

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The Weekly Pull List – July 29th, 2015

July 28, 2015 | 0 Comments

You know, I’ve been wondering about your week: How’s it been? Have you read anything good? Got anything you’re looking forward to? We don’t talk enough, especially about comics. This is nice, isn’t it? What’s on YOUR Pull List?...

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Truer Detective, episode 6!

July 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

Since last week, I have re-watched the first season of True Detective and boy is it amazing. In fact, I finished up the season finale right before I watched the new episode, and, honestly, this episode felt like an extension of the first season that I love so much. Now, I should preface this by...

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Gotham by Midnight #6

July 24, 2015 | 0 Comments

We’ve all encountered that guy before. Heck, some of us have been that guy. The one who rushes into the comic book shop, the bags under his eyes serving as a foolproof barometer to his sleep deprivation. “Look, I’m only missing issues nine and ten,” he says, attempting to contextualize his potentially unstable state. “Seven...

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This week’s episode was recorded July 19th, 2015. Hosts Paul and Nick somehow manage to get a podcast episode recorded without Mike (he’s not bitter about it). In familiar fashion, comic picks (Book of Death: The Fall of Bloodshot #1 and Wolf #1) are followed by some discussion of the Harvey Awards and what they...

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B-Movie Breakdown: House (1977)

July 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

Hello, dear readers, this week I bring you a horror-comedy in the vain of Evil Dead, with bizarre deaths, whacky villains, and a whole lot of fun in between. House or Hausu is a 1977 Japanese film that brings a group of young girls in to a whole mess of trouble with a nasty witch...

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An Entity Observes All Things

July 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

An Entity Observes All Things, the new book from cartoonist Box Brown, is a collection of short, science-fiction-influenced stories, sort of like a comic book version of The Twilight Zone. Much like that show, these stories are less about futuristic escapism, but instead use speculative fiction to explore some possible truths about the human condition. However, The...

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The Weekly Pull List – July 22nd, 2015

July 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

Late Edition! It’s a late edition! What’s on YOUR Pull List?...

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Truer Detective, Episodes 4 and 5!

July 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

Hey everyone, I apologize for last week. Due to weather and shitty internet provider I was unable to review the episode so this week we are doing both! Luck you! Watch out because there are going to be some spoilers. The truth is not a whole lot happened last week minus a giant ass shoot...

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Husk #1

July 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

Writer: Frederic L’Homme (Translated by Stephanie Logan) Artist: Arnaud Boudoiron Colorist: Boudoiron & KNESS Publisher: Delcourt/Soleil The High Concept: If Robocop was directed by Alexandro Jodorowsky. Plot: Sarah is a maverick cop with an addicitive personality. She pilots an exoskeleton (called a “husk”) made by the Arnold Corporation that allows her to face down mutant...

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