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X-Men Movies 5 – X-Men Origins: Wolverine

Like him or not, Wolverine is undoubtable the most popular X-Men character. That was true decades before the movies came out. Hugh Jackman’s performance as the clawed Canadian mutant introduced him to the general public, and it was only a … Continue reading

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Pretty Deadly 8 review

Considering how complex the first volume of Pretty Deadly is, it’s interesting to see how much more straight forward the second arc is. That’s not to say there isn’t anything behind the surface that you don’t notice the first time … Continue reading

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Pretty Deadly 6 review

It’s been a year and a half since the last issue of Pretty Deadly. This creator-owned series by writer Kelly Sue DeConnick and artist Emma Rios is a blend of western, mythology, fairy tale and song, in a way that’s … Continue reading

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Christmas Week 3 – Joyeux Noel

This is a very well done film based on a true story. It’s about the spontaneous truce between the Scottish, the French, and the Germans on Christmas Eve in World War 1. It encompasses the Christmas spirit like no other … Continue reading

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