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2016 Oscars Presenters Announced

The Oscars producers Reginald Hudlin and David Hill have officially announced more of the famous faces that will hand out those coveted statues on February 28th. The Academy Awards Nominees are always a star studded bunch and the presenters who will...

Oh, Killstrike #4 Review

The 90’s sucked. At least, that is the zeitgeist’s audit of that decade in pop culture. And yes, to make a broad judgment, it was a time that comic books and other media experienced a lack of restraint and operated with the self-awareness of a...

Boy-1 #1 Review

Comic books are the land of unbridled ideas. The medium where the readership is small but open minded, thirsty for stories swollen with high concept. Comic books play on the remote ends of spectrums, qualifying their characters with terms like...

Book of the Week 07/22/2015: We Are Robin #2

Whether it’s the cubby, flailing Frank Miller style or the rounded scythe like wings on a matte yellow back drop, or the plain black on gray with the cutting angles and points, the Bat-symbol is a vital part of Batman’s mystique. It is an...

Book of the Week 06/24/2015: UFOlogy #3

The shedding of our naiveté is usually a good thing. It means we have grown up, that we see things as they are in the concrete. But there is a certain naiveté that is sad to loose.  It’s the kind that lets a child believe that cavemen rode...

Book of the Week 06/17/2015: The Infinite Loop #3

Love at first sight is an over poetic triteness and a crutch of low art. An overly simple idea meant to fill the space intended for complex character growth. It is not reflective of how the feeling of love is experienced by a reader within his/her...

Book of the Week 06/10/2015: Batman #41

The problem with most super hero comic books is they last forever. It’s counter to the way we consume stories. We don’t get our normal curve up to climax and relaxation down to closure. Much like life these books just kind of go on, blipping...