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Comic of the Week: Mister Miracle #1

by Michael MacPhersonon August 11, 2017
Darkseid Is. Scott Free is the greatest escape artist that ever lived. So great that he escaped Granny Goodness’ gruesome orphanage and the dangers of Apokolips to travel across galaxies and set up a new life on Earth with his wife, the former female fury known as Big Barda. Using the stage alter ego of […]
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Comic of the Week: Generations: Banner Hulk & Totally Awesome Hulk #1

by Michael MacPhersonon August 7, 2017
BRUCE BANNER. AMADEUS CHO. Both have carried the curse of the Hulk. Now they come face-to-face at last – but will they meet as friends or foes? Fan-favorite Hulk scribe Greg Pak is joined by red-hot artist Matteo Buffagni (X-MEN BLUE) for a time-bending tale that will finally answer the question on everyone’s minds: WHO […]

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Comic of the Week: Spectacular Spider-Man #2

by Michael MacPhersonon July 28, 2017
Just about a month ago, I had the pleasure of taking a close look at the first issue of Spectacular Spider-Man, a new run from Chip Zdarsky and Adam Kubert. It was of no great surprise that the combination of Zdarsky and Kubert were perfectly suited to take on Spider-Man and bring out the best […]
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Robert Kirkman is Not Ending Walking Dead….. Yet

by Michael MacPhersonon July 22, 2017
With the Walking Dead comic book having been running now for quite some time with a continuous storyline, one might start to wonder how will it end? When will it end? Who will be there when it does end? You could imagine that even the writer of Walking Dead himself Robert Kirkman could not have […]

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Comic of the Week: Walking Dead #169: Lines We Cross

by Michael MacPhersonon July 17, 2017
This week I will taking a look at the latest issue of Walking Dead. This is a series that I have been following not just on the small screen but in both literary and comic book form since its onset. For a series that has been around for nearly fourteen years(fourteenth anniversary will be in […]
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Throwback Thursday: Torso

by Michael MacPhersonon July 6, 2017
Torso tells the story of the real life “Torso Murderer”, a serial killer who was active during 1934 to 1938. He received his nickname because he left only the torsos of his victims. Without fingerprints or dental records, these victims were very difficult to identify in a time before DNA testing. The investigator on the […]

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Interview: Ian Colletti talks AMC’s Preacher

by Jeff Fountainon June 23, 2017
Recently we had the chance to talk with actor Ian Colletti who talked with us about AMC’s Preacher ahead of its return for season two. So what was it like auditioning for this role? Ian: Yeah, it was interesting. I wasn’t very familiar with the comics, this project so when I had a character called […]
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Interview: Graham McTavish Talks All Things ‘Preacher’

by Jeff Fountainon June 23, 2017
Recently, we had a chance to talk with actor Graham McTavish who discussed his character The Saint of Killers as AMC prepares to launch season two of Preacher. So what was your reaction when you first read the script for Preacher? Graham: Oh well, listen, I was a huge fan of the books so I […]

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Comic of the Week: Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man

by Michael MacPhersonon June 22, 2017
With great power comes great responsibility. I am sure you have heard the line over and over again, in Spider-Man and throughout pop culture. It is very catchy and it can apply to just about anything beyond Spider-Man itself. Well beside the actual comic itself, this line can very aptly be applied to who actually […]
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Eternal Con is New York’s Newest Pride

by Laura Cerroneon June 19, 2017
In just under two weeks, cosplayers, collectors and rabid fans will descend upon New York to revel in a comic convention for the books. Now, we’re most certainly not talking about New York Comic Con, for that takes place in the fall.   Instead, we’re looking a bit more East and casting a light on […]