Review: The Twilight Children #1, An Eerie Tale of Mystery From Two Industry Legends

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Available this week at comic shops and digitally, is The Twilight Children #1 from Vertigo Comics. This series teams up legendary comics creators Gilbert Hernandez (Love and Rockets) and Darwyn Cooke (DC: The New Frontier) for the first time. The story takes place in a small Latin American village, where a mysterious white orb has been appearing and disappearing. This has caught the attention of a few interested parties, the CIA and […]

STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS Gets An Official Movie Poster

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Lucasfilm released a new poster today through their social media outlets for the highly anticipated Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Everyone but Luke Skywalker seem to be present in this poster, which makes me wonder how much he will even be a part of this story. Or they are still just trying to keep him under wraps for some unknown reason (yes Disney, we know he is in the movie). Along with […]

Kickstarter For Friday the 13th: The Game Launches

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As far as the horror films of the ’80s go, Friday the 13th has always been at the top of my list. As cheesy as they were, what seemed as an unstoppable force in Jason Voorhees, I just couldn’t get enough of. The movie still entertain me today, and are some of my favorite horror movies to watch during the fall season as outside world begins it decent into darkness (aka Winter). […]

Review: ONE-PUNCH MAN Ep.2: “The Lone Cyborg”

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This past Sunday the second episode of One-Punch Man premiered. The episode titled, “The Lone Cyborg,” starts off with Saitama (One-Punch Man) in his tiny apartment and what looks like him finally finding a match for his strength. A mosquito. Yes, one of those pesky little bugs that swarm over you in the summer months and always trying to get your blood. Well this mosquito turns out to be something more. Following […]

BORUTO: NARUTO THE MOVIE, A Fitting Farewell Chapter

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Screening today across North America is Masashi Kishimoto’s final (hopefully not) chapter in the Naruto series, with the movie, Boruto: Naruto The Movie. In the movie, we move forward several years after the Fourth Shinobi World War. We are now looking at the next generation of shinobi from Konohagakure (Village Hidden In The Leaves, or Hidden Leaf Village), which itself has become a very advance city. The movie opens with Sasuke Uchiha […]

A Quick Look Back and Forward at KUNG FURY!

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Last week it was revealed that Kung Fury is getting a web-comic series. No details are available yet, but this should be a fun look into the insane world of Kung Fury, along with his friends and foes. This got me thinking that I never shared my thoughts on the Kung Fury Official Short. I posted about the original Kickstarter for the project and shared many of the updates as well. But […]