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    30 2015 June

    Superman #41 – Before Truth

    When DC Comics announced that cartoonist Gene Luen Yang would be taking over writing duties on Superman, I was intrigued since he isn’t usually thought of as a superhero comics creator. Yang is best known for his books American Born...

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    29 2015 June

    Truer Detective: Episode 2

    So if you haven’t ready my review from last week you can find that here. Feel free to go back and read it before you continue on this look at this review for the new episode of...

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    26 2015 June

    Let’s “Reed” Ultimate Fantastic Four – The Fantastic: Part 6

    Trapped deep inside the Earth, our heroic trio find themselves surrounded by the disgusting minions of The Moleman, Dr Molekevic. Will the Fantastic Three be enough to thwart his diabolical schemes? And who actually caused...

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    17 2015 June

    I Read Comic Books | Episode 24 | Think before you speak, Mike.

    This week’s episode was recorded on June 14th, 2015. Hosts Mike, Paul, and Jon, discuss their comic picks this week (Lazarus #17, Trees #10, and Martian Manhunter #1) and gloss over two bits of Marvel...

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    16 2015 June

    The Weekly Pull List – June 17th, 2015

    There’s comics and comics and comics and comics this week… What’s on YOUR Pull List?...

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    10 2015 June

    B-Movie Breakdown: The Babadook

    Hello, dear readers, this week I’m bringing you something that’s a bit different than the usual fare. The Babadook, has a reputation for being a scary movie about a single mother and her child being...

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    10 2015 June

    And Then Emily Was Gone: The Series You Haven’t Read Part One

    Last month you may or may not have already read a really great article about God Hates Astronauts and if you did well, here it is anyway! Now you may be thinking to yourselves, “George, I just...

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Unwritten #53: The Unwritten Fables, Pt 4

September 27, 2013 | 0 Comments

So this review has to start with a confession . . . several confessions actually. So let’s get it over with. The last issue of Fables that I read was actually the TPB volume #15, which ends with issue #100. The last issue of Unwritten that I read was TBP volume #5, which ends with issue #30. The...

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Jeff Lemire is at it again with a breathtaking love story that spans 1,876 years, millions of light-years, and one upside-down comic book. A woman in the future is looking for a rare flower to save her dying species, a man in the past is searching for a lost temple to save himself; the two...

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TMNT: Micro-Series Karai

September 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

This Micro-Series entry, penned by Eric Burnham and pencilled by Cory Smith, reveals the secret origins of Karai, Shredder’s right hand ninjette and Dark Leonardo’s chief rival. Unlike previous installments, I found Karai’s tale a tad underwhelming. The issue is nearly perfect technically: panels and pages tell the story with unerring flow and precision and...

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FF #12: The Future Foundation, Mind Mischief

September 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

Writers and artists alike bring it in this book. The more I read this series, the further it moves up the ladder of favorites for me. The art is fun, the stories are chaotic, and I never quite know what to expect. This issue lives up to all of that. Issue 12 finds the FF...

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Grandcon: First Year Fumble

September 25, 2013 | 3 Comments

When I heard about GrandCon and I got super pumped that there was a potential for another awesome gaming and comic convention in the Grand Rapids area. I even came up with an entirely new cosplay and this nifty giveaway in celebration of its debut. However, what I experienced wasn’t the budding of an awesome convention,...

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Comic Virgins: Mouse Guard

September 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

I’m baaaack! If you missed the first installment of Comic Virgins, catch up here. TL;DR? I haven’t read comics – until now. Let’s call it an experiment. You will tag along with my introduction to comics, selected by Ben and Mike. Hijinx ensue. For this post, I read Mouse Guard: Fall 1152 (the first six...

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The DTC Podcast Episode 2: Agents of Podcast

September 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

Two weeks after our first podcast (and so, right on schedule) DestroyTheCyborg’s second podcast has reached air. If you just can’t get enough of us, let us know and we can try to make it every week. Listen online below or download it from our site or iTunes. On this episode of The DestroyTheCyborg Podcast:...

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2013 Emmy Wrapup

September 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

This post goes out to all my people who didn’t watch the Emmys.  Spoiler alert, you didn’t miss much, but you should definitely check out this roundup so you can have a great conversation with the middle aged people at your workplace! The Emmys are interesting because they’re not nearly as hilarious as the Golden...

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Captain Marvel #16: Kiss Today Goodbye (Pt 2 of 2)

September 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

Comics often inspire me. They ignite my imagination. Reading a good comic takes a not so great day and makes it ten fold better. All of this and so much more describes this month’s Captain Marvel comic. When I pick this book up, I’m never disappointed with it: rarely does it leave me wishing  for...

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September 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

Role-playing games and rhythm games have always near the top of my favorite genres.  Lo and behold, Sequence. A rhythm-based RPG released by the indie studio, Iridium Studios – as of now, their only released game. Expect a solid 6 to 10 hours, depending on how dedicated you are to completion, in this unique take...

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