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    25 2015 August

    Richard Stark’s Parker Volume 2 – The Outfit

    If crime might be called a product of the human condition, then the crime story would invariably serve as its reflection. This may very well explain why there has long been an incalculable fascination to...

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    19 2015 August

    I Read Comic Books | Episode 33 | Language and Comics

    This week’s episode was recorded on August 16th, 2015. Hosts Mike, Paul, and Nick talk comics and their comic picks (Invincible #122, Book of Death #2, and Justice League #43) then move onto this week’s...

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    14 2015 August

    Dig or Die

    At first glance, Dig or Die looks a lot like Terraria or Starbound. All three utilize side scrolling mechanics that rely heavily on exploration and crafting new/better items to progress through the game. And although...

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    13 2015 August

    Duck Game

    Duck Game is hard to fit into any one category. Take the frantic pacing and fun of Super Smash Brothers, mix it with the zany comedy of the Worms franchise, a dash of Monty Python, and...

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    04 2015 August

    The Weekly Pull List – August 5th, 2015

    Comics is as comics does… or something strange a popular writer said in the late ’80s… (Don’t ask me, I’m making this up as I go…) What’s on YOUR Pull List?...

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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...


The Weekly Pull List – October 22nd, 2013

October 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

It’s another week of comics and I’m not clever enough to say anything other than, Welcome to The Weekly Pull List. It’s an incredible week for Image comics with the release of Velvet #1 and Pretty Deadly #1. I can’t seem to find a reason to be excited about anything else! Check out our staff’s Pull List and we’d love to...

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Pokémon X and Y – Are You a Boy, or a Girl?

October 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

I am fully aware that there will be some hardcore fans that are going to disagree with this statement, but Pokémon X and Pokémon Y are the Pokémon games we have all been waiting for. To me the last few generations of games have fallen behind the times as far as the look and feel...

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Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP

October 22, 2013 | 2 Comments

It was some time ago that a friend of mine introduced me to Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP. It was pitched to me in a stirring manner filled with subtle threats to my person for not having heard of or played it yet. Promises to end my life aside, it wasn’t until recently that I...

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Drake – Nothing Was the Same

October 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

Nothing Was the Same by Drake is an album that reminds me of Fruit Stripe gum – it’s good for the first few seconds, but is bland and tasteless for the most part. There seems to be some originality with this album, but a large amount of this seems like Drake is trying to be...

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A New York Comic Con Recap

October 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

Last weekend New York was invaded when the convention scene came to the home town of comics. Every year New York Comic Con boasts four days of comics and pop culture that is second only to the gathering in San Diego in the middle of the summer and this year apparently surpassed SDCC in turn-out....

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Code Monkey Save World #1

October 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

'Code Monkey Save World', is so incredibly, staggeringly boring. It's as engaging as a spent Snickers wrapper. I couldn't stop putting it down....

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A Year in Comics

October 17, 2013 | 1 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. Up until last summer I’d never owned a comic book. I loved superheroes, but to me comics were like vegetables. I knew they existed, but only because other people told me...

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DTC Listens! – Week of October 14th

October 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

Yo! Editor-in-Chief, Mike Rapin, here subbing for the newly married and currently-on-vacation-at-Disney-lady, Andrea Sebring (technically it’s Andrea Francois now… we’ll have to deal with the logistics of that later). But it’s been two weeks and that means we have another fantastical installment of DTC Listens! that I know you all have been dying for. This...

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B-Movie Breakdown: Waxwork 2: Lost in Time

October 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

Hello, dear readers! This week’s movie is indeed a sequel, Waxwork 2: Lost in Time. Now, you might be wondering why I’m reviewing a sequel without reviewing the first one beforehand, but the answer is simple: This movie is WAY better jumping straight in with no explanation or wasted time on the first one. To...

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The Weekly Pull List – October 15, 2013

October 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

Oh my. Today we’re a little late. I blame the rain here in Michigan, but nonetheless, this is The Weekly Pull List. As usual, Editor-in-Chief, Mike Rapin, here to bring you what’s happening with DestroyTheCyborg!’s writers and what comic books they are reading! This is a pretty stupendous week, if I do say so, and...

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