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Multiversity #1 Review (Comics)

Multiversity #1 Review (Comics)

Hey better late than never right? Anyway I am a huge and unapologetic Grant Morison fan so Multiversity is a series I’ve been eagerly anticipating. For those who don’t know Grant is one of the premier comic writers of the day making his mark largely at DC through his runs ...

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Comic Station Issue #86 – Aug 20th 2014

Comic Station Issue #86 – Aug 20th 2014

A little “Hogwarts meets X-Men stuff” sums up Grimm Fairy Tales 101 while a 1940′s murder mystery takes us back to old Hollywood in The Fade Out #1. New Releases: Celebrating their breaking the 100 issue milestone, Zenescope touts Grimm Fairy Tales #101 as a jumping-on point for new readers. ...

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Steampunk Battlestar Galactica 1880 #1 Review (Comics)

Steampunk Battlestar Galactica 1880 #1 Review (Comics)

Battlestar Galactica has one of the most brilliant basic concepts for a scifi show period and damn near one of the coolest ideas for a show in general. Yes as that sentence (and my multiple previous reviews) probably gave away I am a huge Battlestar Galactica fan boy though unlike ...

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Robyn Hood #1 Review (Comics)

Robyn Hood #1 Review (Comics)

You know who doesn’t really show up that often in the recent splurge of Mach 0 media? Robin Hood, or in the case of this week’s comic: Robyn Hood, because poor literacy is kewl. But back to my point Robin Hood tends to get left out of the vast array ...

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The Strain Episode 6 Review (TV/Comics)

The Strain Episode 6 Review (TV/Comics)

And now it’s time for more nothing from the nothing, the main difference this week being that The Strain has decided to add some bad CGI. Previously on The Strain: no bad CGI but a good amount of awfulness that enough viewers mistook for quality that the show has now ...

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Comic Station Issue #85 – Aug 13th 2014

Comic Station Issue #85 – Aug 13th 2014

Can the two standout titles, Hexed and The First Hero, redeem Comic Station #85 of an otherwise lackluster new comic releases? New Releases: Midnight Tiger #1 from Action Labs, a publisher known for their moral-based story-lines, enters with a surprisingly re-tread story so far but one which could tell a ...

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Genius #2 Review (Comics)

Genius #2 Review (Comics)

(Genius‘s coincidental parallels to current events are timely, not meaningful.  Genius isn’t a series that has anything to say about the issues it touches on, it’s just including those issues to try and appear more thought provoking and meaningful than it is.) Genius is a confused and insulting series that ...

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Inferno Rings Of Hell #1 Review (Comics)

Inferno Rings Of Hell #1 Review (Comics)

After last week’s Zenescope titles I admit I was a little weary of Inferno Rings of Hell. After all it’s just averages that with the gargantuan amount of #1’s coming out of Zenescope lately some of them just won’t be that good, it happens, even Kirby put out lackluster work ...

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Review (Movies/Comics)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Review (Movies/Comics)

I am not a fan of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. I’m not a hater or anything like that and I have seen some episodes of the 87 cartoon before but I’m not a dedicated fan of all things Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. As Such I went into the Michael Bay ...

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The Strain Episode 5 Review (TV/Comics)

The Strain Episode 5 Review (TV/Comics)

Are we sure this whole thing about bringing Ebola patients to the US isn’t just some viral marketing stunt to promote The Strain? Regardless seems like kind of a weird coincidence, I wasn’t actually going anywhere with that I just needed some way to start this article and I’m hoping ...

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