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    25 2014 July

    Five Ghosts Vol 2: Lost Coastlines

    There is something to be said for reviving a long abandoned art style. It’s preexisting cultural significance makes it comfortingly familiar while its absence from public life gives it the taste of something fresh. That’s...

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    25 2014 July

    Braving a Bruce-Free Batbook

    I think, in some way, everybody remembers the first Batman story they read. Granted, the plot points, Rogue’s Gallery members, or just who happened to be “on deck” in the all-too-rotational position of Robin may...

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    24 2014 July

    It’s All in the Bat Family – Part Two: The Girls

    Let’s get something out in the open first. You may want to read Part One before you read this. Or not. Totally up to you. I know someone who’d like you to, though. And it’s...

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    24 2014 July

    What Batman Means to Me

    Batman means a lot to me. Those closest to me aren’t surprised, and if you’ve been paying attention, I’m the one writing the monthly Batman reviews. Still, it’s something I feel compelled to talk about....

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    23 2014 July

    The Untold Legend of a Batman Fan

    If you look at any old photograph of me, say from ages 6 to 10, chances are that I’m wearing a Batman t-shirt, or a Batman hat, backpack, button, etc. Those were the “peak Batman...

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    22 2014 July

    It’s All In The Bat Family – Part One: The Boys

    Let’s get something out in the open first: I don’t actually hate Batman. The thing I do hate, though, is that Batman gets all the spotlight and his family of sidekicks and partners get almost nothing....

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    22 2014 July

    The Weekly Pull List – July 22nd, 2014

    It’s BATMAN WEEK! Woohoo!!!! Here’s an awesome Batman gif. And now… What’s on YOUR Pull List?...


Debris #1

October 5, 2012 | 0 Comments

It seems like post-apocalyptic stories are more and more numerous these days. This is both good and bad in my eyes I suppose. On one hand, post-apocalyptic scenarios fascinate me. The interplay between characters trying to survive as well as characters’ struggles between self-preservation and teamwork seem to pull at all the right strings. It...

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Axe Cop: President of the World #1

September 28, 2012 | 0 Comments

“One day at the scene of a fire, the cop found the perfect fireman axe. That was the day he became Axe Cop.” It is with this riveting origin story that our hero is born. Axe Cop: President of the World is written by eight-year-old Malachai Nicolle and illustrated by his older brother Ethan Nicolle....

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September 27, 2012 | 0 Comments

Cast Kodi Smit-McPhee – Norman Babcock Tucker Albrizzi – Neil Anna Kendrick – Courtney Babcock Casey Affleck – Mitch Christopher Mintz-Plasse – Alvin Leslie Mann – Sandra Babcock Jeff Garlin – Perry Babcock Bernard Hill – The Judge Jodelle Ferland – Aggie John Goodman – Mr. Prenderghast Directed by Chris Butler and Sam Fell Rated...

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Resident Evil: Retribution

September 26, 2012 | 0 Comments

Cast Milla Jovovich – Alice Sienna Guillory – Jill Valentine Michelle Rodriguez – Rain Aryanna Engineer – Becky Bingbing Li – Ada Wong Boris Kodjoe – Luther West Johann Urb – Leon S. Kennedy Kevin Durand – Barry Burton Oded Fehr – Carlos Shawn Roberts – Albert Wesker Directed by Paul W.S. Anderson Rated R...

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Legion of Nothing Volume One: Rebirth

The Legion of Nothing Volume One: Rebirth

September 25, 2012 | 1 Comments

A few years ago, it was kids getting tossed into a world of magic and somehow saving the whole thing. After that came the vampires, the werewolves, and all sorts of shades of gray. Are super heroes the next step? Jim Zoetewey seems to think so, and after reading The Legion of Nothing Volume One:...

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The Avett Brothers – “The Carpenter”

September 24, 2012 | 0 Comments

The Avett Brothers have returned with their 7th full length album, “The Carpenter,” a follow-up to 2009’s  “I and Love and You.”  Again Rick Rubin is at the helm producing the album and again the Avetts are showcasing a more mature style from previous outings.  With a growing fan base, multiple late night talk show...

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Saga – #1-5

September 21, 2012 | 0 Comments

“This is how an idea becomes real.” A robotic prince from Landfall, and a freelance bounty hunter hired by Wreath, and the two lovers from different sides of the war that they are tasked with hunting down. Written by Brian K. Vaughn and illustrated by Fiona Staples, Saga tells a tale of adventure, adversity, and...

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September 17, 2012 | 0 Comments

Cast Ed Stoppard – Misha Galkin Leelee Sobieski – Abby Gibbons Jeffery Tambor – Bob Gibbons Max von Sydow – Marketing Guru Directed by Jamie Bradshaw and Aleksandr Duleryan Rated R for language and some sexual content. Review Once and a while, a film comes along and is just so bizarre that it is difficult...

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Premium Rush

September 10, 2012 | 0 Comments

Cast Joseph Gordon-Levitt – Wilee Michael Shannon – Bobby Monday Dania Ramirez – Vanessa Jamie Chung – Nima Wolé Parks – Manny Aasif Mandvi – Raj Henry O -  Mr. Leung Christopher Place – Bike Cop Directed by David Koepp Rated PG-13 for some violence, intense action sequences and language. Review It has been a...

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The Massive #1-3: Landfall

September 5, 2012 | 0 Comments

Nothing makes me more excited for a comic than watching that comic’s world become more and more clearly defined as I read. The world coalesces with each emotive face, sweeping vista, and every well-written line. All of these are things The Massive possesses in spades. Parts two and three of The Massive’s first book, “Landfall” more than lived up...

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