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Fanatical Culture | DC Just Wants to Take Selfies!

by Chanté Goodmanon August 1, 2014
DC has declared the month of August to be Selfie month and no character is escaping this craze!
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LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham | Pre-Order Bonuses

by Alena Alambeigion July 16, 2014
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced the LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham pre-order toys and you guessed it… retailer specific. We get it, it’s incentive to pre-order somewhere you normally wouldn’t… but seriously, what if we want all of these cool collectibles?

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Fanatical Culture | Dangerous Bombshell DC Women

by Chanté Goodmanon June 29, 2014
You’ve never seen the women of DC Comics look quite like this.

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Deathstroke Fan Film Directors Start New Ravager Film

by Kate Reedon June 16, 2014
The directors that brought you “Deathstroke: Arkham Assassin” are working on their next film which is up on Kickstarter. The film will be based on Deathstroke‘s daughter Ravager.
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The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Game Review | Not Quite Amazing, but…Spider-Man!

by Alena Alambeigion May 6, 2014
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 game destined for greatness, or video game mediocrity? It seems the latter. You will start by picking a difficulty, Human, Hero, or Super Hero. We ended up playing Super Hero with no problems, which leads us to believe anything less wouldn’t have been much of a challenge.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Game Swings To Screens Tomorrow

by Alena Alambeigion April 28, 2014
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 game is set to release tomorrow. This week a new trailer by Beenox and Activision also confirmed that Carnage and Shocker will make an appearance in the game.

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Sandman Overture #2

by Greg DeVrieson March 29, 2014
Some years ago, Neil Gaiman had a Dream. A Dream of what comics could be. Something different, something a bit more mature and a bit more fantastical. An so he penned Sandman. And it was all that it could be and more. A magnificent saga about Dream of the Endless. A splendid tale that spanned seventy-five […]
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She-Vengers Assemble! Marveling At Photo Manipulation

by Chanté Goodmanon January 27, 2014
Ever wondered what the Avengers would have looked like if women played most starring roles?

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Ghost #1 Review

by Greg DeVrieson December 10, 2013
Ghost is a story of Elisa Cameron, a girl stuck between worlds. Banished to hell for discovering something she shouldn’t have, and subsequently brought back, she occupies the limbo between life and death, hunting demons. Combine this premise with some fantastic art, and you have a story worth checking out. I was drawn to this book […]
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Avengers Arena Series Review | It’s a Mad, Mad World

by Greg DeVrieson November 30, 2013
This week, Avengers Arena finished after eighteen issues and thirty danger filled days of Murderworld. There were new characters, fights, deaths, triumphs of the human spirit, and a whole lot of angry fans. Were their fears justified? Let’s take a look at the series as whole. NOTE: Given the nature of series, it is impossible to […]

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The Fifth Beatle Review

by Greg DeVrieson November 12, 2013
The Fifth Beatle is the story of Brian Epstein, the manager behind The Beatles. Without him, it’s likely they would never have gotten much further than Hamburg. And yet, his is the story that gets lost most often in the mythology that has surrounded The Beatles. Luckily, we have this superb graphic novel to present the […]
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New York Park #1 Review

by Greg DeVrieson November 10, 2013
I have a confession to make: I really enjoy reading dramas about teenagers. It’s really strange and I didn’t realize until it was pointed out to me, but several of my favorite comic runs (Runaways, Avengers Academy, New X-Men Academy) are teen drama. Which is weird, because I dislike actual teenagers. But it’s because of this […]

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Dust Bunny Review

by Greg DeVrieson October 18, 2013
Dust Bunny is a graphic novel from Brett Brooks that features an anthropomorphic rabbit detective named Dust Bunny, a matchstick named Aiden Flint and copious amounts of style and genius. I’m going to cut to the chase on this one. You need to read it. You really do.