Princess Powerful Attacks: Fringe (prequel)

The FOX television show Fringe focuses on an FBI agent who teams up with a former institutionalized scientist and his son.  They investigate “The Pattern,” a series of bizarre occurrences that might be connected to the glo...
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Princess Powerful Attacks: Serenity: Better Days

In a previous review, we discussed the origins of the television series Firefly.  It was created by Joss Whedon, who is best known for the Buffy the Vampire Slayer television series.  The television show focused on the crew...
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Zenescope Reviews: Agon #0-#1

Agon #0 + #1 Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment Writer: Scott Burn Artist: Paul Roper When I first saw Agon in Previews a couple months back I knew it would make its way onto my pull-list; an inter-galactic contest of champions...
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Princess Powerful Attacks: The Boondocks Season 1 (Part 3)

In The Boondocks Season 1 Part 2, there were stories focused mostly on the supporting cast members.  Tom Dubois was accused of a crime, and Riley met Gangstalicious.  Meanwhile, Huey created a Christmas play and met Martin L...
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Princess Powerful Attacks: The Boondocks Season 1 (Part 2)

In The Boodocks Season 1 Part 1, we discussed the origins of The Boondocks comic strip series that was created by Aaron McGruder.  The Freeman family moved from the South of Chicago to Woodcrest, a fictional suburban town...
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A Dandy Review: Captain Swing #1

Title: Captain Swing #1 of 4 Publisher: Avatar Press Writer: Warren Ellis Art/Inks: Raulo Caceres Colors: Digikore Studios “This crackling new mini-series is illustrated in a stunning woodcut style, and presented in full ...
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Princess Powerful Attacks: The Boondocks Season 1 (Part 1)

The Boondocks was a comic strip created by Aaron McGruder.  The story focuses on the Freeman family who moved from the South side of Chicago to Woodcrest, a fictional suburb area.  Riley, Huey, and their grandfather Robert, t...
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Dark Horse Reviews: Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 8 #33

Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 8 took place a year after the events of season 7.  Buffy and her friends resided in Scotland, where they trained newly called Slayers.  Things became complicated for them when the US Army and ...
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Comic Cave Makeover: Painting

Hello everyone! Welcome again to Comic Cave Makeover, where I am creating my very own comic book room, and you get to help! I apologize for not posting sooner. As I suspected, life got really crazy last week. We officially clos...
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Princess Powerful Attacks: The Tick (Live Action TV Series) Part 2

In my last review, I discussed the origins of The Tick before focusing on the self-titled 2001 TV series. Last we left out heroes, Tick applied for a hero license.  He ran into a snag when he needed an identity in order to app...
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Princess Powerful Attacks: The Tick (Live Action TV series) Part 1

In 1986, Ben Edlund created a newsletter mascot for the New England Comics in Boston, Massachusetts.  The mascot, deemed The Tick, was expanded into stories in the New England Comics Newsletter.  In 1988, the mascot became po...
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A Dandy Review: Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #7

Title: Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #7 Publisher: Marvel Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artist/Inks: Takeshi Miyazawa Colors: Justin Ponsor “Spider-Man and his amazing friends, Iceman and the Human Torch, team up to help the ...
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