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    15 2015 April

    B-Movie Breakdown: Young Detective Dee: Rise of the Sea Dragon

    Hello, dear readers, this week I bring you a Chinese crime-action film that has everything from amazing fighting sequences, a clever detective, mystical villains, and a really grumpy dude that just cannot handle being wrong....

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    03 2015 April

    Daytripper

    Everybody dies. It’s a sobering sentiment to say the least and the kind of consideration that’s apt to be promptly shuffled away amid the tedium of the everyday. And yet this quiet, internal aversion to...

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    02 2015 April

    Let’s “Reed” Ultimate Fantastic Four – The Fantastic: Part 2

    Ok, so, this is gonna get a little biographical. I was very excited by the Ultimate line back in the early 2000’s. It got me back into comics, to be honest. Living in Australia had...

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    01 2015 April

    Phantasmagoria #1 Review

    Dictionary.com describes the word phantasmagoria as the following: Phantasmagoria | fan-taz-muh-gawr-ee-uh, -gohr- — noun 1. a shifting series of phantasms, illusions, or deceptive appearances, as in a dream or as created by imagination 2. a...

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    27 2015 March

    Blacksad Volume 2 – Arctic Nation

    It is certainly a beautiful thing when a follow-up follows through. Doubly so when that follow-up happens to track the caliber adventures of a character like John Blacksad. In fact, too often creative talents seem...

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    26 2015 March

    All-New Ghost Rider Vol. 1: Engines of Vengeance

    Marvel’s recent commitment to more diverse superheroes is refreshing. Giving children of differing genders, colors, and faiths heroes that are more similar to the faces they see in the mirror is a good practice that...

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    23 2015 March

    Howard The Duck #1 – Yes, I’m Serious: Review

    So, just last week I went into a local comic shop to pick up a few things that I’d missed during the last week or so. Couple a Spider books, some Silver Surfer, what have...

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DTC Listens! – Week of September 2nd

September 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

Welcome, welcome, welcome to our very first of a new regular post, DTC Listens!  I’m  your host Andrea, the Site Administrator and Music Editor, and I’m going to be here on a regular basis delivering  popular tracks among our writers. Every other week, we’ll make a post (like this one!) of our writers sharing their current...

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…And the nature of your emergency…fire, ambulance, police…or physics? The world has changed. The laws of physics as we know them in this world no longer apply. Defects in the time-space membranes keep popping up all over the place. Gravity loss, quantum tornados, alternate dimensions…...

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B-Movie Breakdown: I Sell the Dead

September 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

Hello, readers! This week I have an interesting tale of the undead, grave robbing, and murder brought to you courtesy of, I Sell the Dead. The story of I Sell The Dead is told to a priest by our main character, Arthur Blake (Dominic Monaghan) as he waits to meet his untimely execution by beheading. It’s...

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Quantum and Woody #1

September 4, 2013 | 1 Comments

Klang. Sorry.  Perhaps it’s my current enthrallment with sarcastic superhero titles, but supers with attitudes seem to have my attention as of late.  Or maybe that’s what superheroes have come to be in the indy comic circles in which I travel. And while it’s disheartening to think that the indy comics I’m reading are beginning...

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The Weekly Pull List – September 4th, 2013

September 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

BLAM! A day late, and all because of an American national holiday! I’m DestroyTheCyborg!’s Editor-In-Chief here, as per usual, to deliver this week’s issue of The Weekly Pull List from our writing staff! This week is quite a doozy! The start of Marvel’s new crossover event Battle of The Atom begins with two-parts being released in X-Men: Battle of The...

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If Batman, The Dark Knight left me feeling “meh”, Captain Marvel certainly turned that around in the span of 10 minutes. This is a comic that continues to impress me and keep me coming back for more each month. Even last month, when the story arch concluded, it left me excited to see what would become of...

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Unepic

September 3, 2013 | 0 Comments

Many of us have, at one point or another, been reading a book, watching a movie, or playing a video game and thought, “I wonder what it would be like if I were in that book/movie/game’s universe?” Well, Unepic is a game based entirely around this premise. You play as Daniel. Daniel is an average...

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The Dodos – Carrier

September 2, 2013 | 0 Comments

Following the biggest commercial success of their career No Color (which peaked at no. 70 of Billboard Hot 100), indie-rock duo The Dodos have taken a different approach to their ever intricate and percussive style. Their new album Carrier is a solemn ode to touring guitarist Chris Reimer (of art-pop band, Women), who died in his sleep...

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You know the old saying “If you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything at all” right? Well, that becomes a bit difficult when asked to write a review, so here goes. First, this is issue #23 of Batman, The Dark Knight, and I’ve read all 23 of them. I guess I should have seen the...

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Constantine #1-6

August 30, 2013 | 1 Comments

Magic users are some of the most overlooked in the DC universe.  However, Constantine is often the exception, his position as one of the most powerful and influential magic users giving him a recognition if not the readership to rival some of the more popular spandexed supers. The conclusive issue #300 of Hellblazer was a...

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