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    16 2014 September

    The Weekly Pull List – September 17th, 2014

    It’s another beautiful week for comic books. And we at DTC are pretty darn excited about this week (well, we’re always excited about comics, so…). Check it and let is know… What’s on YOUR Pull...

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    11 2014 September

    Top Spinners 3: Northern X-posure

    Now, if you’ve read part one and part two of this column you may feel like I’m pretty much in favour of spin-offs, but that’s only about half right. I’m very much in favour of...

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    09 2014 September

    The Weekly Pull List – September 19th, 2014

    It’s new-comic-book-day-eve, and I’m getting real excited for comics this week. I haven’t said hi to you all lately, so this is me saying “Hello! How are comics?” What’s on YOUR Pull List?...

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    08 2014 September

    Stray Bullets: Killers #1-6

    When artist and writer David Lapham revived his celebrated indie series Stray Bullets with Image Comics earlier this year, he finally completed the original series (issue #41 arrived 9 years after #40) and introduced a new...

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    05 2014 September

    Carpe DIEm Vol 1: I Hate Mondays

    I love silly comic books. My frequent frustrations with the series I read from the big two is what drove me to read series like this. Gotta have fun and purge your mind of hate...

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    02 2014 September

    The Weekly Pull List – September 3rd, 2014

    Comics! We’ve got comics here! Check out what we’re reading! Read what we’re reading! Tell us what you’re reading! Comics! COMICS!! What’s on YOUR Pull List?...

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    29 2014 August

    Robin Rises #1

    When any DC Comics issue crawls past the $2.99 threshold, which was proudly touted as one of the signature promises of the “New 52,” I ask myself a simple question: just what is my extra...

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Starlight – Issues #1-#5

September 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

There is something to be said about seeing an active senior citizen getting out there, being a part of the community, and talking to the younger generations. A little mental and physical agility is good for overall health. Some tend to do aquatic aerobics at the local community center or gym, others do speed walking...

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The Weekly Pull List – September 3rd, 2014

September 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

Comics! We’ve got comics here! Check out what we’re reading! Read what we’re reading! Tell us what you’re reading! Comics! COMICS!! What’s on YOUR Pull List?...

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MC Frontalot – Question Bedtime

September 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

MC Frontalot, nerdcore rapper extraordinaire, is back with his sixth studio album Question Bedtime.  This album simultaneously maintains a long-standing tradition of quality rapping by Frontalot while charting into all new territory.  That’s right, Frontalot has recorded a family friendly album.  Before you get the pitchforks and torches out, remember other great bands have reached out...

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Robin Rises #1

August 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

When any DC Comics issue crawls past the $2.99 threshold, which was proudly touted as one of the signature promises of the “New 52,” I ask myself a simple question: just what is my extra buck or two going toward? Sure, some of you might be in a financial or apathetic state that allows you...

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So Guardians of the Galaxy is in the can and on cinema screens across the nation. Across the world, even. Starring a grand total of zero members of “The Avengers” and with only a small connection to the rest of the movies already made, Marvel Studios have gone out of their way to prove that,...

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B-Movie Breakdown: The Butterfly Room

August 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

Hello, dear readers, this week I bring you a movie that starts out as a slow, confusing trail of plot, but changes into something beautiful, gory, and twisted. The Butterfly Room, is a shocking tale of a woman that just wants to be a mother a little too much. With creepiness abound and an interesting...

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Last month, Titan Books launched two new Doctor Who comic book series: one based on David Tennant’s 10th Doctor, and the other based on Matt Smith’s 11th incarnation. Overall, I enjoyed both of the debut issues, although the Tenth Doctor #1 felt a little like a “teaser” than a full story. Luckily, writer Nick Abadzis...

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The Weekly Pull List – August 27th, 2014

August 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

Comic books! What are you reading this week? Anything good? Did you move this weekend as well? I sure did and boy am I exhausted. Anyways… What’s on YOUR Pull List?...

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Moon Knight #1-6

August 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Moon Knight was pretty much a mystery to me until I read issue one of this new series back in March. Originally introduced to this character almost exclusively through cameos and Marvel Team-Ups, I was more than a little intrigued at the idea of a stand alone series. Having had multiple attempts at solo runs...

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The Multiversity #1 – ‘House of Heroes’

August 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

Although the term ‘event comic’ usually denotes a publisher’s annual crossover series (you know, the one that will change everything!), the release of Multiversity actually feels like event. Writer Grant Morrison first teased the miniseries back in 2009, shortly after he finished the big Final Crisis crossover, and ever since then, I have been anxiously awaiting its arrival. The...

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