Category: Review

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Comic Review: Killer Instinct #1

Writer: Ian Edginton Artists: Cam Adams There’s no greater crime you can make in entertainment than presuming that your audience already knows the story. Killer Instinct commits this crime and does it with intent to get...

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Movie Review: It

When Stephen King’s 1974 novel “Carrie” was adapted by Brian de Palma in 1976, I doubt the former high school English teacher could have predicted the profound impact his work would have not only on...

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Comic Review: Star Wars Adventures #1

Writer: Cavan Scott Artist: Derek Charm, Jon Sommariva with Sean Parsons Colorist: Derek Charm, Charlie Kirchoff Publisher: IDW Even though Marvel publishes the “main” Star Wars comics, IDW gets into the fun with Star Wars Adventures #1, an...

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Movie Review: Death Note

To many, Death Note may seem like another live-action adaption of an anime that Hollywood butchers, but those people are only thinking with their brains. What they need to think with is their imagination...

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Comic Review: Sheena Queen of the Jungle #0

Writers: Marguerite Bennett, Christina Trujillo Artist: Moritat Colorist: Andre Szymanowicz Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Sheena, Queen of the Jungle #0 is another example of how hard it is to reinvent pulp characters from the 1930s for...

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Comic Review: Dark Nights Metal #1

Writer: Scott Snyder Penciler: Greg Capullo Inkers: Jonathan Glapion Colorist: FCO Plascencia Publisher: DC Comics Dark Nights Metal #1 isn’t just the triumphant reunion of the greatest Batman creative team of all time, writer...

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Comic Review: Astonishing X-Men #1

Writer: Charles Soule Penciler: Jim Cheung Inkers: Mark Morales, Guillermo Ortego, Walden Wong Colorist: Richard Isanove, Rain Beredo Publisher: Marvel Comics Astonishing X-Men Astonishing X-Men. Penciler Jim Cheung and a host of inkers, including...