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Star Wars Rebels: Vision of Hope

  Reviewing a show targeted to the younger set can be difficult. Since I basically breathe all things Star Wars, the task is a little easier: it was part of my childhood so I try to bring that kid that’s [...]

March 6, 2015 Movies and TV
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Wolfenstein: The New Order Review

Wolfenstein: The New Order Review First-person shooters have existed in some form for forty years, and have been a staple of mainstream video games for 20 of them.  Indeed, it was 1992’s Wolfenstein 3D that helped create the genre as [...]

June 3, 2014 Games and Gaming
Futures End #1 review

The New 52: Futures End #1 Review

The New 52: Futures End #1 Review (w): Brian Azzarello, Jeff Lemire, Dan Jurgens, Keith Giffen (a): Patrick Zircher, w/ Hi-Fi (c) and Dezi Sienty (l) Futures End #1 (as I will be shortening it here, because really?) picks up [...]

May 8, 2014 Reviews
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Transcendence Review – System Error

When I first saw the trailer for Transcendence, I was intrigued. It had a great cast which include Johnny Depp, Rebecca Hall, and Morgan Freeman. The story seemed interesting. It was shot very well and looked like it was going [...]

April 26, 2014 Movies and TV

Star Wars Clone Wars Season 6 – Order 66 Review

Star Wars: The Clone Wars has returned for its sixth and final season. Due to the grouping of episodes into groups, rather than standalone episodes, the reviews for this show will focus on the separate story arcs. This review will [...]

March 9, 2014 Movies and TV
Infinity 3

Review: Infinity #3

[quote]”No. There is nowhere left to run, soldier. We win here . . . or we lose it all. Give the order. ATTACK! Fire everything We’ve got!” – Captain America, Infinity #3[/quote] This is it. The moment that all comic [...]

September 19, 2013 Reviews
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Review: Avengers #19 – INFINTY Tie-In

Tie-in issues to major comic publisher’s events usually fall into two categories. Sometimes they are amazing issues that compliment the main event, and make you wish that they were included in the main story. Other times they are fluff; nothing [...]

September 15, 2013 Reviews

Review: Bedlam #8

The cover for Bedlam #8 boasts the tagline “Is evil just something you are or something you do?” This in itself is an interesting question and makes an interesting point about the philosophical and physical natures of evil, but that [...]

August 2, 2013 Reviews
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Review: Harbinger Wars #4

When the Harbinger Wars began four months ago it was touted as “ a crossover unlike anything else on the stands”  Now that it has reached it’s conclusion I think it’s safe to say it.  It pulled it off without [...]

July 19, 2013 Reviews

Superior Spider-Man #11

As always there will be SPOILERS so be warned! …You’ve been warned… The cover for this issue is very telling of the long-running under tone of this series. For all this arrogance and for his ultimate victories over Peter Parker, [...]

June 10, 2013 Reviews

Thor, God of Thunder: The God Butcher

Where have all the gods gone? In a world where the Norse pantheon lives in a field in Oklahoma, this must be one of the most prominent theological and philosophical questions on the minds of ordinary people. If Odin and [...]

June 2, 2013 Reviews

Review – Peter Panzerfaust: Hooked

The world today, particularly the comics community, seems so cynical. We like our stories to be realistic and gritty. Our characters sensible and deep. We’ve left whimsy and flamboyance to our children because we appreciate supposedly better things. We’ve grown [...]

May 21, 2013 Reviews
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Review: Grimm Fairy Tales presents Robyn Hood-Wanted #1

This issue makes my first exposure to the character within this comic series, so I was excited to get the chance to jump in at the beginning of a new 5-issue miniseries. Once I got past the cheesecake-cover that the [...]

May 10, 2013 Reviews
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Review- Mystery Society Special 2013

Steve Niles is one busy man.  He has many creator-owned projects going on and is always working to bring some of his creations back.  Well he is at it again; Steve Niles is bringing back the Mystery Society with Mystery [...]

March 20, 2013 Reviews
Rainbows and Rainclouds

Review: Rainbows and Rainclouds

If you’re looking for a cute, self-contained webcomic then Rainbows and Rainclouds might be just for you. Created by Kiriska as part of her senior project at SCAD, Rainbows and Rainclouds is a 40 page webcomic about a young child and a [...]

March 5, 2013 Reviews

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