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Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen #1 DC Comics Written by Matt Fraction Art by Steve Lieber Colors by Nathan Fairbairn Letters by Clayton Cowles Four interconnected stories highlight the crazy world of Jimmy Olsen including his family history and its connection to Metropolis. In “It’s the Fall That’ll Kill Ya”, an ancestor of Jimmy Olsen proves that the Olsen clan is equal parts tenacious and foolish as arguing with anyone on the side of a cliff is never a god idea. “The Pal Who Fell To Earth” sees the photographer and thrill seeker fulfilling a charity request to have him leap […]

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Justice League #28 DC Comics Written by James Tynion IV Art by Javier Fernandez and Daniel Sampere Inks by Javier Fernandez and Juan Albarran Colors by Hi-Fi Letters by Tom Napolitano The Apex Predator finale could change Martian Manhunter forever. Manhunter and Hawkgirl are tracking Lex through the desert and Kendra wants to tell the rest of the team. J’onn keeps things close to the vest and when Lex contacts him telepathically, he tells him that he will reveal himself if he puts Kendra to sleep and follows him. What follows is Lex’s version of the offer he’s making others […]

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GWW Radio: SoundCloud | iTunes Change My Mind: iTunes | Spotify | Sticher WATCH: YouTube Twitter: @ChangeMyMindPOD In Episode 25, Nick Friar and Wesley Sykes go through their Top 10 Summer Blockbuster Movies. Which movies made the cut, which received honorable mentions and did Tim Weisberg dominate everyone(42:20)? But before that they talk about the landmark case The Commonwealth vs. Michelle Carter through the lens of the HBO documentary ‘I Love You, Now Die’ as well as Hasbro re-booting the Power Rangers franchise (8:12). Nick gives a rundown of what he’s been reading and what’s to be released in his […]

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About This Episode Current events two weeks in a row?!? That’s right and we’re kicking things off with news about a new female ninja turtle and some inside info on the new Joker film. Indie creator Alberto Dearmas joins us for our interview segment this week. Then we jump right into the Round Table with his book Alienox #1 followed by Black Hammer/Justice League: Hammer of Justice #1, and finally one we’ve been looking forward to for a long time The Orville: New Beginnings #1. We’re Generation X’ers who spent a large portion of our formative years immersed in the world of […]

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Wonder Woman Come Back to Me #1 DC Comics Written by: Amanda Conner & Jimmy Palmiotti Art by: Chad Hardon Colors by: Alex Sinclair Letters by: Travis Lanham Wonder Woman Come Back to Me #1 puts Wonder Woman in an unusual spot: sitting on the sidelines. Although she’s called into action more than once throughout the issue, she has to let her lover, Steve Trevor, go off on his. Not exactly a position she’s used to being in. Yet Wonder Woman is able to handle herself in such a way that’s in line with who she is. She’s not frantic […]

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Nightwing #62 DC Comics Written by: Dan Jurgens Art by: Ronan Cliquet Colors by: Nick Filardi Letters by: Andworld Design The odd story of Ric Grayson continues in Nightwing #62. He continues to show Dick Grayson-like qualities. As much as he suffers from a serious case of amnesia, it’s not surprising the fiber of his being still surfaces. In some ways, Ric welcomes his old self. Yet, he’s very quick to say that’s not who he is anymore. Maybe this strikes a chord because he was once such a promising individual who did so much good, and now he’s afraid […]

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Let me open with a rant. I have high standards for Blu-Ray features. A good Blu-Ray (or DVD or 4K) should welcome you behind the curtain into the world of the film. I spent a small fortune buying every Lord of the Rings Box Set that New Line ever released. For me they are the GOLD STANDARD of Blu-Rays. They featured hours of documentaries that explained the history of JRR Tolkien and Middle Earth and the wonderful little home movie made in New Zealand by Peter Jackson and his people. Those documentaries left you feeling like a comprehensive expert on […]

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The Flash #74DC Comics Written by: Joshua WilliamsonArt by: Howard PorterColors by: Hi-FiLetters by: Steve Wands Barry might need to do the one thing he never thought he could do if he’s going to stop the Turtle and the future he fears. Turtle has come from the future with old Barry in chains. Using old Flash’s speed, Turtle begins to enslave the people of Central City and Iris runs to Iron Heights to talk to young Turtle. Barry doesn’t know what to do, but he’s going to take a huge risk to free his older self. After escaping from Turtle […]

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Detective Comics #1007DC Comics Written by: Peter J TomasiArt by: Kyle HotzColors by: David BaronLetters by: Rob Leigh Batman’s investigation into the disappearance of Corrigan will require a deeper understanding of the man himself and evidence not tainted by the carnage of the Spectre. Bruce is going over the crime scene when he is interrupted by the Spectre and his need for the Dark Knight to find Jim Corrigan. In order to understand the importance of their relationship, Spectre shows Batman who Jim Corrigan is and how the two of the became connected. With this new understanding, Batman finds a […]

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Join us for our spoiler-free review of Marvel’s War of the Realms #6, the final showdown with Malekith!!  

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