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Batman '66 Meets the Green Hornet (2014) - #9 : Alex Ross

“The Duo Sticks Together Part 1” : “In 1967, television history was made when two masked crime fighters met in a historic crossover. Now, superstar filmmaker Kevin Smith and actor/comedian Ralph Garman join forces with artist Ty Templeton (BATMAN ’66) to bring these two iconic characters and their famous partners together again. 60 more words

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The Misadventures Of Grumpy Cat Issue 2 60 Second Review Episode 030

This week we look at The Misadventures Of Grumpy Cat Issue 2 published by Dynamite Comics.


Review - Grumpy Cat #2 (Dynamite)

Title: Grumpy Cat #2
Publisher: Dynamite
Writers: Ben Mcool, Elliot Serrano, Ben Fisher
Art: Steve Uy, Ken Hoaser, Michelle Nguyen
Publication Date: 11th November 2015 225 more words

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Shaft #1

One of my favorite movies is the original Shaft with Richard Roundtree. For it’s time it was revolutionary because the main character, an African American, was playing a dominant role normally played by white folks. 712 more words


Wednesday's Comics On Friday

I went a bit overboard when it came to getting comics this week so I decided to do little reviews for all of them (in addition to the two big reviews for the comics I already did for Word of the Nerd this week). 1,358 more words

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The Latest Volume, 'Medium Rare,' And A New Issue Are A Treat For 'Bob's Burgers' Fans

Part of what makes the Bob’s Burgers comics so excellent is that they’re from the same creative team as the television show. Headed up by Loren Bouchard, there is a seamlessness to it as a perfect extension of the show — there could easily be an episode where the Belcher kids stop time with a ride at Wonder Wharf, and Tina the Jungle Girl should probably be the next Erotic Friend Fiction vignette to grace our screens. 384 more words


James Bond Gets Back To His Roots In Dynamite's Miniseries, 'VARGR'

With the release of Spectre on Friday, everyone is getting back into the swing of things with James Bond. Ever since he got his license to kill, fans of the British super spy have enjoyed him in a variety of ways, but this new comic, the six-part  328 more words