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Gotham City Residents Think Someone Should Do Something About Batman In Wayne Thanksgiving SNL Sketch

Thanksgiving came to Wayne Manor on Saturday Night Live last night. In a sketch titled Wayne Thanksgiving, local residents of Gotham have some complaints about Batman’s “tough on crime” stance. 358 more words

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Lying In The Gutters, 19th November 2017 – A Justice League Of Their Own

It was meant to be DC’s week with the release of Justice League. But the movie came out and slightly underperformed, with CEO Kevin Tsujihara… 455 more words

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Enigma - The Fall of a Rebel Angel (2016)

Enigma is, for the most part, a take-it-or-leave-it musical experience. With an emphasis on slow-burn, ethereal ambiance and omnipresent sonic heaviness, it’s certainly not for casual fans. 55 more words

Alanis Morissette - Havoc and Bright Lights (2012)

A disappointing and surprisingly bland addition to Alanis Morissette’s otherwise strong discography, “Havoc and Bright Lights” feels like a near-anonymous dad-rock album as sung by a woman. 67 more words

The Killers - Wonderful Wonderful (2017)

Although I’m admittedly not overtly familiar with The Killers, 2017’s “Wonderful Wonderful” feels like a return to their debut album, 2004’s “Hot Fuss.” The songs are mostly hook-heavy and recall the best of 1980 synth pop, while modernizing the sound with guitars and electronica-infused beat pop. 39 more words

The Complicated Legacy Around STAR TREK

Third installment in my 2017 #NaNoBlogMo project.

Fun fact—these next two blog entries both involve Chris Pine. :P He’s far less central in this first one, though. 1,167 more words

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SOLD! Heritage Auctions Sells the British First Edition of the First Harry Potter Book for $81,250

November 17, 2017 update: Bonhams reclaimed the world auction record for the British first edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone in a November 15 sale when an author’s presentation copy, inscribed by Rowling, commanded £106,250 ($140,204) on an estimate of £30,000 to £40,000 ($39,600 to $52,800). 1,026 more words

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