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Review: I Could Use a Drink, online @ Stream.theatre

Review: I Could Use a Drink, online@ Stream.theatre The first thing to say about I Could Use a Drink is just how spectacular the deep-seated is. It’s filmed at London’s Fiction Studios, a recording studio lit with lamps, filled with bibles and musicians stood in the areas. You can basically reek the lamp-warmed dust! I […]

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SERIES REVIEW: Just can’t take it anymore? Consider M.O.D.O.K.: HEAD GAMES!

Series envelops by Cully Hamner. M.O.D.O.K.: Head Games Written by: Jordan Blum and Patton Oswalt Art by: Scott Hepburn Colors by: Carlos Lopez Letters by: Travis Lanham Published by: Marvel Comics In the four-issue miniseries M.O.D.O.K .: Head Games, which simply insured its fourth issue released this Wednesday, April 28 th, 2021, one of Marvel’s […]

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The Marvel Rundown: The KING IN BLACK event reaches its bombastic conclusion

This week, Marvel‘s recent massive crossover comes to a conclusion with the final issue of King in Black! Does the symbiote-soaked storyline’s swan song satisfy or stall out? We’ve got a review for King in Black# 5, as well as a Rapid Rundown of other new releases from the House of Ideas, all onward in […]

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REVIEW: HOME #1 offers magical catharsis for real-world immigration injustice

Home# 1 Writer: Julio Anta Artist: Anna Wieszczyk Color Artist: Bryan Valenza Letterer: Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou Cover Artist: Lisa Sterle Publisher: Image Comics Superhero notebooks have long indicated the social and political challenges of their occasions. The X-Men were initially inspired by the Civil Rights movement. Superman has fought for matters from confinement reform to helping […]

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The Marvel Rundown: NEW MUTANTS #16 continues Ayala and Reis’s stellar run

This week’s Marvel Rundown checks in on the younger citizens of Krakoa. Vita Ayala and Rod Reis have in a short time redefined the New Mutants series with an expanded cast of young mutants taking on a classic X-Men foe in The Shadow King. How does the latest issue of the streak compare to previous […]

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REVIEW: CHAOS WALKING had the potential to be great

Based on the sci-fi trilogy by Patrick Ness, Chaos Walking tells the story of a girl appointed Viola( Daisy Ridley) who has crash-landed on a planet currently being colonized and settled by humans. There, she comes into contact with” the Noise ,” an atmospheric natural force-out on countries around the world that places all men’s […]

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INDIE VIEW: THE GRANDE ODALISQUE is the best kind of art appropriation

The Grande Odalisque By Jerome Mulot, Florent Ruppert, Bastien Vives Translated by Montana Kane Fantagraphics The word “badass” has become tiresome in its overuse, and more that’s the only word available to me to describe the primary attributes in The Grande Odalisque. Alex and Carole, best friends and adventurer criminals, have absorbed every meaning of […]

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RECAP: Riverdale – Chapter 81 – The Homecoming

Just in case you missed Riverdale last week, Jughead catches us all up on where we are post-time mount. Archie pushed in a fighting. Betty is a FBI agent. Veronica is married. Toni is Queen of the Serpents. Jughead is a published writer. The five of them meet up in a booth at Pop Tate’s. […]

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Little Wars, online streaming

Little Wars, online streaming In the centre of another lockdown we continue to amuse ourselves with indoor followings. One of the few compensations is this online gem written by Steven Carl McCasland. Set in the French Alps, it offers the opportunities that a soiree featured some of the greatest female writers of the period. Alice […]

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DC ROUND-UP: 2020, the end of an era at DC Comics

THIS WEEK: With a small week of records, we instead take a look at the year that was, and the changes that impacted DC in 2020. Note: the review below contains spoilers. If you require a immediate, spoiler-free buy/ pass recommendation on the comics in question, check out the bottom of the article for our […]