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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Good News! The Cabin In The Woods is now a Graphic Novel! (updated)

The Cabin in the Woods is an upcoming horror film from MGM directed by Drew Goddard, who co-wrote the script with Joss Whedon (producer of the film).  In mid 2009, it was announced that the film was going to be pushed back to ...
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Gotta Have It! Statue Edition: Bowen Gambit Statue

Have you ever been to a comic book store or a comic book convention and seen something that made you squeal like a 5-year-old on Christmas? Yeah, that happened to me with this statue. I was just walking down an isle of a comic ...
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Princess Powerful Attacks: The Tale of Buckaroo Banzai

Buckaroo Banzai. It’s a pretty legendary name, don’t you think? Now you’re wondering who might this man be? Buckaroo Banzai is a top neurosurgeon, particle physicist, a rock star, and a comic book hero (I’m seriousl...
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Fenix: A Week In Review

What a week, what a week! So many great books hit the stands this week that it was hard to figure out what to read first! With that said let’s not sit around chatting like a bunch of old biddies in rocking chairs. Batman ...
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Gotta Have It! Figure Edition: Zatanna Deluxe Figure

The Mistress of Magic, Zatanna Zatara. By reciting words backwards, this magician can cast any spell imaginable. Dressed in her trademark tux jacket and fishnets, she’s ready to put on quite a show. Company: DC Direct Art...
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Indy Gems: Writer Scott Burn talks AGON!

Agon is a thrilling sci-fi ass kicking adventure published by Zenescope Entertainment and written by Scott Burn with art from Paul Roper. It’s an intergalactic free for all competition that pits man against alien! Issue #...
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Objectified Feminists and Marginalized Activists: Gender & Race in “X-Men: First Class”

Objectified Feminists and Marginalized Activists (Gender and Race in X-Men: First Class) By guest journalist, Alexander Lorenzen Before I get started, please remember that X-Men: First Class is not a bad film. In fact, I’d sa...
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Fenix: A Cartoon In Review

Normally I just go home after working the graveyard shift and crash.  Not so this Saturday as Marvel launched its all new animated Super Hero Squad Show on Cartoon Network.  Who needs sleep when you have mini Marvel heroes ki...
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Gotta Have It! Statue Edition: Power Girl and Huntress Legacy Statue

As a member of the JSA, Power Girl: The Kryptonian cousin of Superman — a legacy of light. Huntress: Follows in Batman’s footsteps — a legacy etched in night. DC Direct proudly presents the Power Girl & Huntress L...
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Marvel Cashes in With a New Heroes for Hire

The Heroes for Hire have been present in the Marvel Universe in a couple different iterations; they usually involve heroes that are associated with the “Iron Fist and Luke Cage” family of heroes, and operate of the ...
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Frank Frazetta would be proud

Movie Mondays: Conan the Barbarian (1982)

Title: Conan The Barbarian Director: John Milius Writers: John Milius, Oliver Stone, Edward Summer Distributed By: Universal Pictures Starring: Arnold Schwarzenegger, James Earl Jones, Sandahl Bergman, Mako, Gerry Lopez, Max vo...
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