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Kerry Conran’s Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow

This review was written by Rebecca Scott. The hype began months ago. The first I knew of it was the full-page ads in my monthly comics. Then I caught the teaser on Apple’s site. The concept caught me immediately: a … Continue reading

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Kerry Conran’s Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow

I’m not sure when or where I first ran across Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, but it has become one of my favorite “something to watch when I’m just up for some light entertainment” movies. (This is not … Continue reading

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Ray Bradbury’s Death Is a Lonely Business

Craig Clarke penned this review. In 1985, over twenty years since the publication of his last full-length work, 1962’s Something Wicked This Way Comes, Ray Bradbury reentered the novel-writing world with the release of Death is a Lonely Business, his foray into a … Continue reading

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Jeff Lemire, Matt Kindt, and Alberto Ponticelli’s Frankenstein, Agent of S.H.A.D.E.: Volume 1: War of The Monsters / Volume 2: Secrets of The Dead

When DC created the first wave of what they called the “The New 52!”, they mined the more obscure corners of their character archives to find properties interesting enough to be worthy of their own title. Now I’ll admit that … Continue reading

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