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SUPERMAN #34 by Geoff Johns & John Romita Jr.

Written by Geoff Johns
Art by John Romita Jr.
Inks by Klaus Janson
Colors by Laura Martin
Published by DC Comics

PREVIOUSLY: SUPERMAN #33 by Geoff Johns & John Romita Jr.

This issue opens with Superman and Ulysses meeting Ulysses’ biological parents, whom we last saw in flashback in Superman #32and together they give us the Secret Origin of Ulysses, which is pretty similar to Superman’s origin.…

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Actor Spotlight: JULIE GONZALO


Julia Gonzalo is a 32 year old actress, originally from Argentina, who has appeared in a bunch of TV shows and films since 2001, but I have to admit that I only know from one show, the new version of Dallas on TNT. I’ve written before about how the original show, and in particular its star Larry Hagman (R.I.P.), influenced my life. So naturally I was quite happy when TNT began a continuation of…

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Written by Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, Jeff Pinkner, and James Vanderbilt
Directed by Marc Webb
Released May 2014
Sony Pictures Entertainment

Spider-Man is one of my 10 favorite superheroes and the first Spider-Man film starring Tobey Maguire was one of my favorite superhero movies that were based on comic-books.I was underwhelmed with Spider-Man 2 and therefor I never did see Spider-Man 3, it…

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SENSATION COMICS featuring Wonder Woman #1 and #2

Written by Gail Simone
Art by Ethan Van Sciver
Colored by Brian Miller
Published by DC Comics

I’m bit late on this. I only first heard about this series (a special digital-first out-of-continuity anthology comic) last week, thinking that the first issue was coming out on Wednesday. Then on Wednesday when i went on Comixology to get it, I saw that it was actually #2 that was coming out that day,…

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Written by Greg Pak
Drawn by Victor Ibanez
Colored by Ruth Redmond
Published by Marvel Comics


This issue opens with Storm and Wolverine in some little bar in NYC talking about Storm’s actions in Santo Marco last issue. As I said before, I’m not up on current X-Men events, but it is mentioned that Wolverine has somehow lost his healing factor. Before they split up, Wolverine…

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Writer and artist: Erik Larsen
Letterer: Chris Eliopoulos
Colors: Nikos Koutis
Publisher: Image Comics


Been a busy week, so I’m a few days late reviewing this issue, which came out last Wednesday. I’m going to take advantage of these extra days and assume that most fans of the series have already read it, which means I don’t have to be as concerned about spoilers as…

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The Latest Taylor Swift “Controversy”

The Latest Taylor Swift “Controversy”

This is the music video for Taylor Swift’s latest single, “Shake It Off”, from her upcoming album 1989. This is her first official POP album. It’s an interesting career move for her, as this could go horribly wrong. She’s sold approximately a bajillion records as a Country artist, and Country music fans are intensely loyal. However…

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Written by Luke Greenfield & Nicholas Thomas
Directed by Luke Greenfield
Released August 13, 2014
20th Century Fox

Alright I saw this tonight. A friend wanted to go so I figured, why the heck not? As I wrote last monthI’m a big fan of Damon Wayans Jr. and thank he has potential to be a huge star if he just gets the right breakout roles. As I also wrote at the time, I do not think that this is the…

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I dreamt that I discovered that I had two illegitimate sons, who had each tracked me down and come to see me, in my house (actually most of the dream took place specifically in the room next to me kitchen where I have the washing machine, dryer, and refrigerator). They’re weren’t full-brothers, though, they were from two different women (although no mention was made of the who their mothers were…

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BRAVE NEW SOULS: Black Sci-Fi & Fantasy Writers of The 21st Century


This is the first documentary that I’ve reviewed, which is a new thing for me. Like I’m not sure how to review a documentary the same way I’d review a movie or a book. It’s kind of hard, I can’t talk about the acting or the writer or whatever, it’s not a scripted program. My first instinct is, what do I say? “It’s a documentary about ____, so if you’re interested in _____, then you should watch…

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Written by Dann
Drawn by Sergio Calvet, Matthew Weldon, and Dann
Published by Dann Comics

This is a single issue, there are three separate stories in it but they all tie together. First we get a look at the origin of Virtua-Girl, a science-fiction superhero and her ongoing battle against her arch-nemesis Sorceress X. Then we see that Virtua-Girl is the creation of a virtual reality video game…

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Written by Drew Edwards
Published by Monsterverse

And here we have another issue of Halloween Man, featuring stories mostly written by series creator Drew Edwards and drawn by various artists. The first story is THE BOMBSHELL EXPERIMENT. Following up from the events of the previous issue, Lucy is shown dealing with the public perception of her new overweight figure by embracing it, becoming a…

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Say Anything…

Written and directed by Cameron Crowe
Released April 1989

This movie is pretty close to HEATHERSin my all-time favorite list (even if years later I realized how problematic some parts of it are). John Cusack stars as Lloyd Dobler and Ione Skye stars as Diane Cort. As the film opens they’re both graduating from High School, where they attended together but never actually met. But recently while…

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Starlight #5 by Mark Millar and Goran Parlov

Starlight #5 by Mark Millar and Goran Parlov

Writer: Mark Millar
Artist: Goran Parlov
Cover by Tommy Lee Edwards
Publisher: Image Comics

Previously: STARLIGHT #4

Sometimes reviewing is hard, especially when you like a book so mcuh and want to say EXACTLY why, but then you have to be mindful of spoilers for those who haven’t read it yet. This is one of those instances. I’ll try not to spoil too much.

We open with a flashback revealing…

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This Is a REAL Comic-Book!

I thought this was some kind of photo-shopped joke when I first saw it. But, no, it’s real. This is an actual published comic-book, from 1971. Only one issue was ever published. I’m actually tempted to want to read this, just for the heck of it. But so far the cheapest copy I could find for sale is $49.99 on Ebay, with someone else selling it for $77.77, and there’s a seller on Etsy trying to sell it for $195.

Uh, no thanks. I’m curious, but I ain’t THAT curious. Y’know just because something is “rare” that doesn’t automatically make it “valuable.”

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