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    In Pacific Rim Uprising directed by Steven S. DeKnight, John Boyega (Star Wars: The Force Awakens) stars as the rebellious Jake Pentecost, a once-promising Jaeger pilot whose legendary father gave his life to secure humanity’s victory against the monstrous Kaiju. Jake has since abandoned his training only to become caught up in a criminal underworld. But when an even […]

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    Written by Magdalene Visaggio  Art by Sonny Liew Published by DC Comics   Eternity Girl is one of the most engrossing, enrapturing comics running right now. The story of former superhero Caroline Sharp, forced into retirement, driven to despair, and unable to die, is a twisting piece of mindbendery. The book unfolds in nonlinear fashion, […]

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    Don’t miss your chance to meet the iconic, eccentric and beloved Sheldon Cooper in his childhood as Warner Bros. Home Entertainment gets set to release Young Sheldon: The Complete First Season on DVD September 4, 2018 for $39.99 SRP. In its debut season, Young Sheldon garnered an average audience of 16.5 million Viewers per week, […]

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  • 06/13/18--10:17: ‘The Flash #48’ (review)
  • Written by Joshua Williamson  Art by Howard Porter| Published by DC Comics   “Don’t listen to him Wally! We’ve never needed a Reverse-Flash to tell us how to be heroes!” At the outset of the Flash War, prior to the events of the last two issues, I wondered what could possibly set Barry Allen and […]

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  • 06/13/18--10:52: ‘End Trip’ (review)
  • Produced by Aaron Jay Rome, Max Shifrin, Jeremy John Wells, Dean J. West Written by Eric LeBlanc, Aaron Jay Rome Directed by Aaron Jay Rome Starring Dean J. West, Aaron Jay Rome, Ashley Lenz   A URYDE (an obvious Uber/Lyft stand-in) driver is working his usual overnight shift. He’s looking forward to going home to […]

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    Written by Bryan Hill Illustrated by N. Steven Harris Published by DC Comics   This take on the Deathblow character is wildly nuts! I have loved it thus far seeing alternative takes on Green Arrow and the Flash. This time, its the second part of the storyline where Michael Cray has to go up against […]

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    Written by Tom King Illustrated by Mitch Gerads Published by DC Comics   One of my favorite new comic book series of the last year continues here. It’s been a hell of a joyride up to now and this issue continues the fun. Tom King and Mitch Gerads have taken this character and pumped him […]

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    Written by Tim Seeley Illustrated by Minkyu Yung Published by DC Comics   This is another of Tim Seeley’s Prelude books to Batman’s wedding. After a decent enough first two parts, this one is the weakest. It opens well enough. Batgirl finds a walkman on a rooftop. She puts on the headphones. The Riddler starts […]

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    Written by Scott Lobdell Illustrated by Trevor Hairsine Published by DC Comics   I love the first page splash page in this book. It has the Red Hood surrounded by Penguin’s goons who all have guns.. It’s raining. There’s lightning. The Red Hood is holding a shovel. It’s beautifully drawn by Trevor Hairsine. And the […]

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    Written by Rob Williams Illustrated by Phillips Briones, and Hugo Petrus Published by DC Comics   This issue opens with Deadshot and Batman in a car going up against a big large snake mutant. You have to laugh a bit at the concepts Rob Williams comes up with. Then, they are flanked by some Kobra […]

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    Charles Soule is a very busy guy.  A musician, attorney and the New York Times bestselling author of numerous comics titles for Marvel, DC, Image and other publishers, with over 2.2 million individual comics sold in 2017 alone, Soule decided to expand into prose with his first novel, The Oracle Year. Knowledge is power. So when […]

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  • 06/15/18--07:00: ‘Tag’ (review)
  • Produced by Todd Garner, Mark Steilen Screenplay by Rob McKittrick, Mark Steilen Story by Mark Steilen Based on It Takes Planning, Caution to Avoid Being It by Russell Adams Directed by Jeff Tomsic Starring Ed Helms, Jake Johnson, Annabelle Wallis, Hannibal Buress, Isla Fisher, Rashida Jones, Jon Hamm, Leslie Bibb, Jeremy Renner   The idea […]

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  • 06/15/18--08:00: ‘Mrs. Hyde’ (review)
  • Produced by David Thion, Jean-Yves Roubin, Cassandre Warnauts, Olivier Père Written and Directed by Serge Bozon Starring Isabelle Huppert, Romain Duris, Patricia Barzyk, José Garcia, Adda Senani   Isabelle Huppert stars as the titular character and her very timid alter-ego, a put-upon school teacher named Marie Gequil. She has been teaching for thirty years, yet […]

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    Seven-Issue September Miniseries Offers King’s Unprecedented Vision of the DC Universe Introduces Sanctuary, A Crisis Center for DC Super Heroes That Combines Superman’s Kryptonian Technology, Wonder Woman’s Amazonian Mysticism and Is Powered by Batman’s Financial Empire There’s a crisis headed toward DC’s greatest heroes, but it isn’t coming from outer space or another dimension—this time, the threat is homegrown. DC proudly presents a […]

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    Watch as a newly divorced mother resets her life and navigates the world of college when “Life of the Party” arrives on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and Digital.  When her husband suddenly dumps her, longtime dedicated housewife Deanna (Melissa McCarthy) turns regret into reset by going back to college…landing in the same class and school […]

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    If you have ever been a fan of MST3K then you know that one of the best episodes of the entire series was their riffing of the 1988 “classic” Space Mutiny. All of the railing deaths, the incoherent plot, the editing that makes things more confusing, the industrial plant being asked to pass for a […]

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    With the influx of literally dozens of networks, there’s never been a time with as much talent making interesting and often times, brilliant television.  While the networks and cable stations have long been the source of the most recognition, streaming has become a powerhouse of content, releasing such award worth shows as Stranger Things, The […]

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    On Monday, my legs were shot. Like, no energy in them at all when I walked, or moved them in any way. Stuck in molasses. “Oh yeah,” I thought to myself. “You did do some heavy dancing five days straight last week.” That’s right: Zumba on Tuesday night, Zumba on Wednesday morning and night, Zumba […]