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    28 2014 October

    The Weekly Pull List – October 29th, 2014

    It’s time for comic books. This week is smallish for most of our writers, but it’s all good stuff we’re reading! What’s on YOUR Pull List?...

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    21 2014 October

    The Weekly Pull List – October 22nd, 2014

    This is a lovely week for comics. Absolutely stupendous, wouldn’t you say? What’s on YOUR Pull List?...

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    20 2014 October

    New Avengers #25

    “In seven months, time runs out.” Since last month, the new arc of New Avengers has begun counting down. The end of “time”? The end of that arc? The end of the series? But we...

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    17 2014 October

    Transformers vs G.I. Joe #0-3 – More Than Meets The Eye

    Let me confess something up front: despite growing up during the peak popularity of the toys and cartoons, I’ve never really liked Transformers or G.I. Joe. I don’t have any nostalgic memories for either franchise,...

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    16 2014 October

    Review of Robocop #1-3

    So I’ve developed my fair share of “universal truths” regarding the people that populate this planet over the years, one such example being that those that attempt to order Starbucks drinks at a non-chain coffee...

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    15 2014 October

    Monstrously Funny Cartoons

    Just in time for Halloween, Christopher Hart brings us this spooky, scary and a little bit silly “How To” book for drawing cartoons of some of the darker things in various fictional worlds. “Monstrously Funny...

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    14 2014 October

    Vreckless Vrestlers #3

    It’s that time again! Vreckless Vrestlers third hyper-kinetic issue (reviews of #0 & #1 & #2) lands with a thump, and a squelch, as it throws all your narrative and story-driven comics to the wind...

Issue #20. I love how the hands look like they belong on some ancient Greek pottery.

Wonder Woman #20

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Boy howdy, are our heroes in for the fight of their lives or what? This issue marks the crossing of paths of Team Wondy and The First Born. It’s clear that Brian Azzarello has been setting up for this encounter for quite some time now, and the initial confrontation certainly pays off. So once again,...

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Josh Homme, the sole member of the ever rotating group Queens of the Stone Age, died in 2010. Oh, you didn’t know? Probably because it was only for a minute or two. Homme was undergoing leg surgery when some complications arose and he flat lined while under anesthesia.  When he came to, he was greeted...

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Fairest #16

June 10, 2013 | 0 Comments

Coming off of the awesome “Hidden Kingdom” arc that pit Rapunzel, searching for her lost children, against the Japanese fable community, does the second issue of “The Prince Who Would Be Maharaja” continue Fairest’s affinity for excellence? In a word: no, though the book does give us an interesting new female protagonist and the return of a...

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Kick-Ass 3 #1

June 10, 2013 | 0 Comments

Due to the nature and content of the comic, there is some use of crude language in this review. Wow, it doesn’t seem like it was all that long ago that I heard about Kick-Ass, the bloody gruesome and foul mouthed comic book that was being turned into a Nic Cage movie. Except that it...

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The 1998 film Rounders explores the world of underground poker.  Mike McDermott (Matt Damon) is a former Rounder who gave up the game after losing his entire bankroll in a game he wasn’t ready for.  He was later convinced by his friend Worm (Ed Norton) to return to the game and soon Mike rediscovers his...

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The Purge

June 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

I really shouldn’t be writing this review at the moment. I haven’t officially returned to my DTC writer position due to scheduling conflicts. In fact I should be sleeping since I have to move the entirety of tomorrow. So it’s taking quite a bit of energy to get this out to you. I mention this...

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #22

June 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

What’s not to like about Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #22, the latest issue of IDW’s phenomenal turtles reboot? The cover is a brilliant (unintentional?) homage to the first live action TMNT film, Kevin Eastman, Tom Waltz, and Bobby Curnow are plotting and writing, and Mateus Santolouco has brought his incredible art over from The Secret History of...

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Morning Glories – #26 and #27

June 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

Now that Morning Glories is a quarter of the way through its run, does anyone have a better idea as to what on Earth is going on in this crazy school? No? Yeah, me neither. As I caught up on the series and had my friends ask me what I was reading, I was drawing...

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Evan Andree – Flags Pt III and Interview

June 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

Back in late 2012, we featured aspiring musician Evan Andree for his first two EPs, Flags Pt I and Flags Pt II.  Evan is back, closing up his trilogy with Flags Pt III. The final EP consists of three tracks that showcase Andree’s voice and musical abilities, with excellent production quality done mostly by himself....

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After Earth

June 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

Cast Kitai Raige – Jayden Smith Cypher Raige – Will Smith Faie Raige – Sophie Okonedo Senshi Raige – Zoë Kravitz Directed by M. Night Shyamalan Rated PG-13 for sci-fi action violence and some disturbing images. Review If there is one director that has become notorious for teasing to have a great movie and ruining...

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