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'Our manifest destiny'

“It is now time for the opposition to the Annexation of Texas to cease, all further agitation of the waters of bitterness and strife, at least in with this question. 259 more words


Manifest Destiny 16 (August 2016)

Talk about not much of an issue… Dingess’s pacing never impresses on Manifest Destiny but I think he might have set a new record for himself. 210 more words


MLB's White Man's Burden: Domesticating the Soulless/Soulful Latino Ballplayer

Headline of the video below: “Carlos Gomez Starts Fight With John Ryan Murphy”

Truth of the video below: Carlos Gomez hit a fly ball and made an out. 714 more words

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Review: Manifest Destiny #16

Manifest Destiny has been one of the bigger surprises in comics in recent years, and mostly because of its underlying concept.  Comics tend towards a variety of different easily recognizable genres, but this series has mostly defied any single easy definition.   359 more words


The Antidote to Death

The awkward moment when you realize that aborting a baby after it’s been born is no different than aborting a baby in his mother’s womb, except location. 989 more words

Manifest Destiny #16 Review

Curse your sudden yet inevitable cliffhanger! The end of this issue is gonna leave you jonesing for more.  At the conclusion of last issue, Captains Clark and Lewis had left the ship with what they previously thought was merely another specimen of local fauna on par with all the others they’d found only to discover that not only is it self-aware but also capable of speech. 407 more words


Manifest Destiny, Volume 1: Flora and Fauna - Review

Writer: Chris Dingess
Artist: Matthew Roberts
Publisher: Image Comics
Release Date: May 14, 2014

Historical exploration tales, whether high-fantasy in nature or not, have to be something special. 569 more words