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Sad Days in Gotham on the Horizon…

Gotham City has too many sad days already, but, after issue #26, the seedy streets of Gotham won’t be brought to life by J.H. Williams III and Haden Blackman in the pages of Batwoman. By far, Batwoman has been one of the best,

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Toku Review: Man of Steel Mini Review

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This weekend, the Last of Son of Krypton made his long-awaited return to earthly cinema houses. Written by Christopher Nolan and David S. Goyer (The Dark Knight Trilogy) and directed by Zack Snyder (Watchmen, 300), Man of Steel seeks to ground the familiar and fantastic story of Superman’s origins in a gritty reality. How does it hold up? Very, very well, in fact.

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Toku Tuesday #19 – The Hunt for American Toku, Part II

While the Japanese have adopted a view of heroism that explores the idea that one must “become” the hero, here in the states, we seem to like our heroes most when they are “always” heroes. Ultraman is one of the

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Random web surfing during class leads to awesome figures

I got bored in my operating systems class today. So, in order to curb my boredom, I found myself window shopping for new figures. I thought I’d share some of the figures that caught my eye: 1) Kamen Rider Stronger

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