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Ye Olde School Café Kull The Destroyer #17, 1976

Posted  September 20, 2014  by  Billy

  Hello and welcome brethren! In this edition, I’ll be starting a look at a few issues of Kull The Destroyer, in which the warrior that would become king has some tremendous adventures! I try to mix things up here in Ye Olde School Café once in a while, and this certainly is a genre I […]

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The All New Uncanny X-Piles #184

Posted  September 19, 2014  by  InfiniteSpeech

Welcome back to another mutant filled extravaganza in The All New Uncanny X-Piles! We’re down a man this week because he’s another Canadian without a working healing factor so Infinite Speech and The Comic Book Clergyman look at the progression of Wolverine’s last days and see what X-Force is up to! X-Force #9 Writer: Simon Spurrier […]

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Anime Fest 2014: The Cosplay

Posted  September 17, 2014  by  Kristin

Well, I promised you some cosplay pictures, so even though I’m a little late with them, here are your cosplay pictures! This isn’t all the cosplay I saw or photographed, just my favorites. You can find a full album on my Facebook. Many thanks to the cosplayers of Anime Fest 2014 for coming out and […]

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Chirpin’ Tuesday Reviews 09/10/14

Posted  September 16, 2014  by  Arnab

The Amazing Spider-Man #6 (Marvel) Infinite Speech: Silk and Spider-Man make a great team but Anna Maria steals it once again! Jeff: JJJ was standing in front of the camera? That was a weak way to get out of revealing Spidey’s identity. NickZ: Anna Maria Marconi is the best character in this book, hands down. […]

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Crisis of Infinite Reviews 09/10/14

Posted  September 16, 2014  by  Arnab

Batgirl: Future’s End #1 Writer: Gail Simone Artists: Javier Garrón and Romulo Fajardo Jr Cover Artists: Clay Mann Publisher: DC Comics As if Gotham hadn’t punished Barbara Gordon enough, the next five years apparently takes her down a tumultuous path of pain and suffering. The Future’s End tie-ins are really doing a great job of reiterating […]

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Movie Mondays: A Wind Named Amnesia

Title: A Wind Named Amnesia Director: Kazuo Yamazaki Writers: Kazuo Yamazaki, Yoshiaki Kawajiri, and Kenji Kurata  (created by Hideyuki Kikuchi) Distributed By: Madhouse Starring (English): Adam Henderson, Denica Fairman, Lee ...
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Best in Show: TifaIA as Riddell, Tarapotomus as Irenes and negativedreamer as Glenn from Chrono Cross.

BBW: Anime Fest 2012: The Cosplay Runway

As promised, I shall now share with you some of the amazing cosplay that walked the halls and runways of Anime Fest 2012. There were plenty of fantastic costumes, plus three costume competitions (I have pictures from two of the...
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Dark Horse Reviews: Conan The Barbarian #8

Conan The Barbarian #8 Publisher: Dark Horse Writer: Brian Wood Artist: Vasilis Lolos (cover by Massimo Carnevale) Colors: Dave Stewart After eight issues, there are a few things that are very evident. First off, Conan may be a...
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Comics Are My Religion: Horror & Sci-Fi Are My Religion, Too (With John W. Morehead)

Welcome to Comics Are My Religion, a look at theology through the lens of comic books. There are some basic ground rules about engaging in respectful dialog about religion in this column. The Comics Are My Religion Podcast retu...
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Character Spotlight: Doctor Mid-Nite

The first blind superhero to enter the fray! Who is Doctor Mid-Nite and the people behind the mask? If you’ve got a medical emergency and a supervillain on the scene, this may be the hero you want the most. A doctor and a...
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Tales from the Water Cooler: Episode #82

Welcome to Tales From the Water Cooler! Join Infinite Speech, Decapitated Dan, and the Southern Sensation each week as they gather around the water cooler of stories to talk about comics. This week the Clergyman is back as the ...
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Ye Olde School Café: Weapon-X pt 1

Hello and welcome back to my weekly column spotlighting a fantastic book from pre-1995. I mostly present Bronze Age books, but I remembered I had this little gem, and so I’ll be sharing it with you for the next couple of ...
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DC Reviews: He-Man and the Masters of the Universe #2

He-Man and the Masters of the Universe #2 Publisher: DC Comics Writers: James Robinson & Keith Giffen Artists: Philip Tan & Howard Porter Cover: Philip Tan The last issue introduced readers to a much different Adam th...
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Deep Discussions with Decapitated Dan #109: Douglas Paszkiewicz

Horror comics have been scaring readers for years. Is there anyone brave enough to sit down with their creators? This is Deep Discussions with Decapitated Dan. Listen in this week as Dan is joined by creator Douglas Paszkiewicz...
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From Friendly Ghosts to Gamma Rays

FFGtGR: Ninjago, Planet Gigantic and The Three Musketeers!

From Friendly Ghosts To Gamma Rays, No.113: Action Packed Week! Hello readers and welcome back to another week of all-ages comics goodness with From Friendly Ghosts To Gamma Rays! Before we get down to it, just want you guys to...
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BBB: Anime Fest 2012 part 1

Well, I guess it’s technically part two if you want to count the interview with Cherami Leigh as part one. Anyway, this year’s Anime Fest was a bit different from last year’s. The biggest difference was its ch...
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The End Begins in LOCKE & KEY: Ω!

  San Diego, CA (September 13, 2012) – As Thornton Wilder once said, “All good things must come to an end, but all bad things can continue forever,” a quote that seems eerily appropriate for LOCKE & KEY. While at tim...
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