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I was introduced to Cassandra Clare's The Mortal Instruments series about the same time I was reading Holly Black's Ironside. When I saw the Easter egg crossovers in each book (subtle as they were), I twigged to the fact that these two ladies knew each other, and expected them to someday work together on something. That day has come. The Iron Trial is the first book of a new fantasy, The Magisterium, a five-book series aimed at middle-grade -- an...
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Remember that old 1980s television show, The Equalizer? If you’re much younger than me you may not. It was a solid show but skewed much older demographically than my age at that time. The show featured that other Michael Caine, Edward Woodward. He was old, and he wasn’t taking any crap from anybody, that’s pretty much all I remember. Fast forward 30-odd years to the present and director Antoine Fuqua has recreated the concept with his “Training D...
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When Hugh Murphy's first collection, T-Rex Trying, hit the shelves, I shared it around the office as we all found several of the situations of the "I've got a great big head and little bitty arms" plagued dinosaur to alternate between thought-provoking and hysterical. T-Rex Trying and Trying is the natural evolution (see what I did there?) of the series, putting our beloved and beleaguered tyrannosaur through even more mundane pitfalls, even as h...
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Rocketing out of CW's Arrow comes another DC Universe super hero. His name is Barry Allen. He is the fastest man alive. The CW pilot for The Flash does an exemplary job at setting the stage for all the events to come: telling an origin, providing a reason for the hero, and putting into play the ...
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Back in the mid-90s, I was picking up Joseph Michael Linsner's Dawn books. I didn't always get the content, but I certainly appreciated the artwork. In years prior, I also snuck peeks at Vampirella (I was too young to be allowed to get caught reading them), also for reasons of artwork as well as the cutting edge mature storylines. Two great tastes ought to go great together, right? Let's start with page zero -- the cover. This is classic Linsner...
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Geoff Johns proves time and again that he not only knows how to play with all the toys in the DC sandbox, but that he can do it better and use them in ways previously untried. I've always enjoyed DC's decades-long riff on the Many Worlds theory. So much so that I have my Green Lantern #40, with Hal Jordan and Alan Scott learning about Krona and his multiverse-creating experiment, framed on my office wall, next to my two-part Justice League of Ame...
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The US Postal Service has released a new series of stamps featuring Batman.
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Derek Fawcett presents his solo debut, but fans of his previous band, Down the Line, should find plenty to love here. “Where it departs is that I've put down the djembe in favor of the piano, my songs go in some new stylistic directions, and there are more moments of musical chaos and disorder." “The songs on this album tell compelling, unique stories that are likely to resonate with just about anyone. My hope is that all who listen to this album...
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It's a good time to be a DC fan. No, let me amend that. It's a great time to be a DC fan -- especially if you enjoy your comics characters brought to live action. Arrow is entering a third successful season, The Flash is preparing to launch in early October, Gotham is preparing to tell the story ...
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For those of us who live without BBC America on our tellies, the Blu-ray/DVD releases are an event. Yes, we're behind the curve of all the other Whovians, but we just pretend we're time-traveling to the day of the broadcast premiere. It adds to the overall gestalt of following The Doctor.
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When I was a fledgling comics reader, one of my favorite genres was the horror anthology. I was too young to have enjoyed EC in its heyday, so my go-to titles were the DC books like House of Mystery, House of Secrets, Ghosts, Tales of the Unexpected and Ghosts. For a brief, bright time during that point in my life, I was also treated to Charlton Comics' Midnight Tales with Arachne and the Midnight Philosopher. There's a void in the comics industr...
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Ben Kenobi had Anakin Skywalker. Denzel Washington had Ethan Hawke. History is full examples of veterans in their field being challenged by the young hotshot they took under their wing. The teacher versus the student is a standard plot device because it works. With the right actors, this sort of conflict can be a surefire hit. While I’m not the biggest Ethan Hawke fan, but he’s certainly not a bad actor, and Denzel, well, he’s Denzel. He won the ...
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We've been using Paul's services for over twenty years now, for everything from shaped acrylic mirrors to pin collections -- we even have a large shadowbox displaying a child's pageant dress! Everything we've had back from Paul has been in excellent condition, cared for, and elegantly presented. We'll choose Paul's services over the Hobby Lobby / Michael's framing service any day of the week for personalized attention to detail.
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