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When it launched in the fall of 2004, no one really knew what to think of Ninendo’s latest handheld, dubbed the DS. The touch screen interface, something that’s common today, was unheard of at the time and just around the corner was Sony’s PSP, a portable with near PS2 quality graphics and traditional buttons. 1,140 more words


All about the pie

Just a minute here to talk about a comics supervillain whose type doesn’t figure into Doctor Xaos, neither lesser nor ultra, but rather personal, who is primarily dangerous due to what he knows, how he’s related to the hero through ordinary ties, and what flips his switch. 789 more words

Stan Lee

Marvel Comics Final Thoughts - Thunderbolts Ultimate Collection

With Marvel’s popular and successful foray into films with the Marvel Cinematic Universe, I’ve finally decided to get back into comics. I grew up a big fan of X-Men and other superheroes but haven’t really kept up since the 90s. 1,251 more words


Short Thoughts On... The Amazing Spider-Man 2

I think it’s fair to say that The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is a contentious movie. Spider-Man fans are pretty evenly divided on it, some claiming that it’s the best Spidey movie to date and some claiming pretty much the exact opposite (including high profile voices like… 1,614 more words

Spiderman (2002)

‘Remember, with great power, comes great responsibility’ 

Sam Raimi directs the first in the original Spiderman superhero trilogy about the nerdy student (Tobey McGuire) who gets bitten by a genetically modified spider and gains special ‘spider powers.’ He must use his special powers to protect and his family , defeat the menacing Green Goblin (William Defoe) and protect the woman he loves, Mary Jane Watson (Kirsten Dunst). 167 more words

#0527: Green Goblin



Alright guys, after a brief stop over into the strange bizzaro world of The Stapler in Question, we are back at home with the action figures. 630 more words


Daredevil Month: The Man Without Fear...Powerless?!

Welcome back to Daredevil Month everyone. After our trip with the Exiles, I thought it’d be fun to continue exploring alternate universes and see as many different Daredevils as we could cover before Daredevil Month is over. 633 more words

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