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FANTASIA 2017 REVIEW: The Night Watchmen

Being a night security officer is never very exciting. With Ken (Ken Arnold), Jiggetts (Kevin Jiggetts), and Luca (Dan DeLuca) it has never been more apparent. They sit around playing cards and checking out the girls on the security cameras when they are still in the office. The most exciting thing they have to look forward to is the razzing …

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COMIC BOOK REVIEW: Image Comics — Redlands #1– MATURE

SPOILERS ARE AHOY! Dude. This book looks so damn epic. The minute I picked up Image Comic, Redlands #1, I knew I was in for a great ride. First, let me get this out of the way before we really dive into this. If you are not a fan of mature reads, you might want to steer away from this …

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COMIC BOOK REVIEW: DC Comics — The Wild Storm #6

I’m a sucker for great cover art and the variant cover by Jim Lee for DC Comic, The Wild Storm #6 totally reeled me into this book. I hope to find a very gritty story and I have a feeling that I am not going to be disappointed. The story opens on a pretty tense situation with the main character. Pistols are …

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COMIC BOOK REVIEW: DC Comics — Deathstroke Defiance #22

I have to put this out there, I am new to Deathstroke. I have always heard great things, so I snapped up DC Comics, Deathstroke Defiance #22 to get more acquainted. I mean, Joe Manganiello (Magic Mike) has been cast as Deathstroke for the DC Extended Universe, so it can’t be horrible, right? We start the story in Chinatown. Yep, …

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COMIC BOOK REVIEW: DC Comics — Bombshells #32

You ready for more fun origin stories of your favorite DC Comics gals? Cool. Here is another one! DC Comics, Bombshells #32 is back taking you into the world of Supergirl, Poison Ivy, and Harley Quinn in this issue. We start the story during the Siege of Leningrad in 1942 with someone piloting a big bomber that really shouldn’t. It looks …

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MOVIE REVIEW: KUNG FU YOGA (2017)

Jack (Jackie Chan) is an archeology professor who is introduced to the lovely Ashmita (Disha Patani) who has a map to find a lost Indian treasure. Jack and his assistants agree to help but as any noble archeologist would do, he hopes to give the treasure, if they find it, to the government. It’s not as easy as it sounds …

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COMIC BOOK REVIEW: Image Comics — Bitch Planet — Triple Feature #2

Yeaaaas! I am absolutely in love with feminist ranting, triple feature book, Bitch Planet. Image Comics, Bitch Planet: Tripple Feature #2 is a great read and I am so glad that this comic is breaking the glass ceiling of sorts to deliver a fun and entertaining view of real world ladies issues.  The first feature in this book is titled “Bits …