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Johanna Draper Carlson
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Graphic novel, manga, and comic book reviewer and blogger
Graphic novel, manga, and comic book reviewer and blogger

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Completing the trilogy of seasons, Warner Archive has released season three of Batman: The Brave and the Bold on Blu-ray. This final season only had 13 episodes, contained here on one Blu-ray disc, but there are some real gems, with many inspired by…

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I recently spoke with Alison Sampson, artist of the upcoming Winnebago Graveyard, a four-issue miniseries written by Steve Niles and published by Image Comics. The first issue is due out June 14, and it can be ordered from your local comic shop with…

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Back in 2009, the first season of The Zeta Project was put out on DVD. This animated series isn’t well-known, but it’s loved by its fans. It’s a spin-off of Batman Beyond, focusing on a rogue robot who doesn’t want to be an assassin (voiced by Diedrich…

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Schoolhouse Rock! Earth features 11 new songs and one classic about the environment. Contents * “Report From the North Pole” Panda bears sing about melting icecaps, and a “cub” reporter (get it?) visits other animals threatened by climate change in a…

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Coming this fall… the two most popular CW superhero TV shows will get brand-new adventures in book form, set within the TV continuity and released in conjunction with the new season fall debuts of the series. Amulet Books will be publishing two three-book…

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The biggest-grossing film of last year in Japan was an anime called Your Name., directed by Makoto Shinkai (Voices of a Distant Star, 5 Centimeters Per Second). It’s also become the biggest anime film of all time worldwide, beating the Miyazaki movies…

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Comet TV, the network with the aim of bringing “audiences everywhere the best in science fiction and horror programming” has taken another step towards that goal by releasing apps for Roku (series 3 and 4) and Apple TV (generation 4). Previously, they…

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There are few long-running comic strips recognized as so important and affecting as to have their entire run collected in handsome hardcovers. Some of them include Calvin and Hobbes, The Far Side, Bloom County, and of course, Peanuts. Now comes the first…

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The Librarians is what I think of as an old-fashioned basic cable show. Nothing particularly memorable or outstanding, but fun popcorn entertainment. Four quirky personalities (Rebecca Romijn, Christian Kane, Lindy Booth, John Harlan Kim), aided by an…
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