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‘A Brief History of Seven Killings’ is serious literature that reads like a fast-paced mystery novel. James expertly threads together a couple dozen narrative threads to form an engaging and thought-provoking epic. This is a great book.
This book is truly fascinating and a must read for all who enjoy studying the intersection where science, history, and sociology cross. Johnson is a highly accomplished tangential thinker and is very adept at delineating the indirect, non-linear cause and effect.
With the death of Wolverine now imminent, it’s a good time to look back at the evolution of one of Marvel’s most popular characters over the decades, with an eye on the future.
When you normally think of theatre, you probably think of Shakespeare or high budget musicals about French Revolutions. You almost certainly don’t think of superheroes, D&D, video games or any of the multitudes of geeky fandoms out there.
One of our previous posts mentioned that Marvel and the Korean web portal Daum has announced a partnership that would culminate in an exclusive Avengers webcomic set in…
Everyone’s favorite maker of vinyl toys is back in a not so vinyl way. Funko, the makers of the über popular Pop! toy line, recently debuted a new line of 6 inch plush figures called, Fabrikations.
As a fan of both Korean and American comics this coming together of two worlds in ‘Avenges: Electric Rain’ excites me, though on a personal level there’s a bit of bitterness to exorcise.
A post-apocalyptic world filled with dangerous alien or a world that should be filled with the joys of growing up but is instead filled with chemotherapy, needles and invasive medical procedures. Which one would you visit? Actress Julie Benz has visited both of these worlds.
You may ask what my criteria are for my picks. Frankly, there are very little criteria, save that of the overall popularity of the material…
Although not entirely novel or even logical, the world of ‘The Maze Runner’ maintains momentum through its slow bits and cliches.
Disney Interactive and Marvel today launched Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes — the follow up to last year’s #1 best-selling new hybrid toy / video game of 2013.
The newly relaunched Fantastic Four comic by James Robinson and Leonard Kirk really does the title justice, is everything a long-time fan could ask for and is a great jumping-on point for anyone itching for a chance to find out what makes the Fantastic Four a major cornerstone of the Marvel Universe!
Filled with refreshing characters and relationships as well as some tantalizing cameos, ‘Chef’ should leave viewers feeling quite satisfied.