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The Dark Tower

Stephen King’s epic series of fantasy novels, The Dark Tower, is one of those sets of stories that has become part of the furniture of its genre, a little like modern Tolkien, so, even though I haven’t read any of it I’ve long been aware of it in general terms. 394 more words

Review

The Story's Scope is Not Well-Served in All-New Wolverine 34

By Spencer Irwin

This article contains SPOILERS. If you haven’t read the issue yet, proceed at your own risk!

I love the concept behind this “Old Woman Laura” arc. 560 more words

Spencer Irwin

The Dark Tower (2017)

2018 #25
Nikolaj Arcel | 95 mins | streaming (HD) | 2.39:1 | USA / English | 12 / PG-13

The Dark Tower started life as a literary work that is, according to its author, Stephen King’s magnum opus: a series of eight novels, written over 30 years and spanning some 4,250 pages, that not only tell their own genre-mash-up story, but also reference or connect up many of King’s more widely-known works. 701 more words

Adaptations

Pacing as Character in All-New Wolverine 33

By Patrick Ehlers

This article contains SPOILERS. If you haven’t read the issue yet, proceed at your own risk!

I love the idea of popping into a character’s far-flung future. 638 more words

Patrick Ehlers

Support Tom Taylor, Who Will Challenge Utah House Rep Mia Love in 2018

This OTYCD entry originally posted in Septemeber 2017.

Support Democrat Tom Taylor, who will run against Republican Utah House Rep Mia Love for the 4th District seat in 2018.  294 more words

Elections

Did...Did Tom Taylor Just Marry Himself to Gabby?

Tom Taylor is the writer of All-New Wolverine and X-Men Red, and I’m a really big fan. His biggest contribution so far to the world of the X-Men is the creation of Gabby, the joyful and adorable clone sidekick of X-23. 163 more words

Marvel

All-New Wolverine 32 finds Catharsis in Revenge

by Drew Baumgartner

This article contains SPOILERS. If you haven’t read the issue yet, proceed at your own risk!

This issue opens with a heartbreaking flashback sequence chronicling the simultaneous loss of innocence for two young girls. 414 more words

Drew Baumgartner