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    06 2015 November

    Klause #1 – The Greatest Untold Story of Them All

    I’m not sure about you, but when someone writes that “THIS IS THE GREATEST UNTOLD STORY OF THEM ALL” (pg. 1), I expect a LOT. And I know a LOT about many stories told concerning Christmas....

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    04 2015 November

    Art Ops #1

    If someone asks me if I want to go to an art museum, I shrug and say “Sure, why not?” Yea, like many, I like art, but I’m not in love with art. I do enjoy myself...

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    28 2015 October

    I Read Comic Books | Episode 42 | We Support Gluten-Free Comics

    This week’s episode was recorded on October 25th, 2015. Hosts Mike, Nick, and James chat about their last two week’s worth of comics (and it’s a lot)… for a while. Like, a long while. But...

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    22 2015 October

    Farlaine the Goblin: A Fairy Tale about Finding Your Forest, Book 4

    Two years ago I had the pleasure of reviewing Book 1 of Farlaine the Goblin (here), and I absolutely LOVED it. I’ve read every book in the series, and each one presents new and exciting...

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    15 2015 October

    I Read Comic Books | Episode 41 | Nick has a problem with online sales

    This week’s episode was recorded on October 12th, 2015. Hosts Mike, Nick, and Paul chat comics, NYCC, and their comic picks for the week (Constantine: The Hellblazer #5, Justice League United #14, Twilight Children #1). Nick has...

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    05 2015 October

    Judge Dredd: America

    Judge Dredd –both the long-running comic series and its titular character– is rarely subtle. In the opening pages of the classic 1990 story America, for example, Dredd himself explains the series’ central conceit without a...

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    23 2015 September

    B-Movie Breakdown: Zombeavers

    Hello, dear readers, this week I bring a movie I have been waiting on for about two years. When I first heard about, Zombeavers, I knew it was going to be b-movie gold. Not only...

Matthew Sweet and Susanna Hoffs have re-teamed for a third outing on Under the Covers, Vol. 3 covering some of their favorite songs. Volume 1 saw the pair covering music, some hit worthy and some obscure, from the 1960’s. Volume 2 took up the challenge with the 1970’s. Logically Volume 3 takes on the 1980’s,...

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A Year in Comics Part 2

November 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

Author’s Note: A Year in Comics is a three-part series identifying what I’ve noticed in my first year as a regular comic book reader. I’m still not sure who the highest form of life in the comic book universe is. There’s the new gods, the old gods, false gods, gods of gods, and even god...

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Comic Virgins: Sweet Tooth

November 20, 2013 | 1 Comments

If Wes Anderson did a panel treatment on Cormac McCarthy‘s The Road, you’d get something akin to Jeff Lemire‘s Sweet Tooth. Color me intrigued. [Note: Comic Virgins is a recurring series written by Amanda, with comics selected by Ben and Mike. Previous installments here.] Disclaimer: I only read the first volume, Out of the Woods, so keep that in mind if you’ve...

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Coffin Hill is every 16-year-old goth girls fantasy; expensive black clothes, neglectful parents, a coven, and magic powers. Wait, Eve Coffin does have magic powers, right? I mean, she keeps talking about being a witch, and we see slight signs of possible magic, but so far nothing has really piqued my interest in that regard....

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Puzzle Agent

November 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

I’ve only recently discovered a fondness for point-and-click adventure games. Though my enjoyment of puzzle games dates back to to my roots in N64/PC puzzle platformers, I’ve incorporated other game genres into my repertoire, landing more solidly in shooters and action/adventure games. But having shifted towards PC gaming as of late, I’ve found myself exposed...

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The Weekly Pull List – November 19th, 2013

November 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

Hey reader! Welcome to another issue of The Weekly Pull List! We’ve got a great line of of pull lists from our writers, so without any further delay… What’s on YOUR Pull List?...

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Lady Gaga – ARTPOP

November 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

First of all:  Lady Gaga has a great voice, and I am a fan.  Girl can sing.  It’s almost shameful that she sometimes comes across as such a stunt artist, because underneath it all is a very capable vocalist and creative musician who can also rock a piano like nobody’s business.  I really appreciate when...

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Knuckleheads #4

November 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

I had a great time reading Knuckleheads a couple months ago, yet I had a few reservations about the series.  But the first few pages, heck even the first few panels of Knuckleheads #4 has me hooked all over again. The Story: Video-gamer, pizza enthusiast, and unlikely hero Trevor K. Trevinski is thrust into his...

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Forever Evil: Arkham War #2

November 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

If Bane is Rob Stark does that make Scarecrow King Joffery? The villains of Gotham end their posturing and start moving their chess pieces as Arkham War finally gets off the ground....

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Ten Grand #5

November 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

I don’t normally buy into the whole “angels, demons, and the afterlife” setting. I’ve been betrayed too many times by gimmicky stories and terrible plot twists. Despite all that, Ten Grand still managed captured my attention and admiration with the first issue and firmly held onto it with every consequent issue....

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