Friday, April 18, 2014
Posted by Dennis Russo
“Grudge Match” stars Sylvester Stallone as Henry “Razor” Sharp and Robert De Niro as Billy “The Kid” McDonnen, two way past their prime former light heavyweight champions who fought each other twice in their heydays, with each one winning one fight. But before a... + continue reading
Thursday, April 17, 2014
Posted by R.J. Carter
"Under the Skin" doesn't explain itself. It forces the viewer to impose his or her own reasoning on the actions, and the sequence of scenes. With very little dialogue and lingering camera shots, often with only natural ambient noise, there's not much in the way of a story to... + continue reading
The 100, "His Sister's Keeper"
Thursday, April 17, 2014
Posted by R.J. Carter
During the events of the previous episode ("Twilight's Last Gleaming"), Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos) finds herself taken captive by a grounder, a native Earth human not from the Ark. We're unsure of his motives, because he's both imprisoning her and tending her wounds at the same time -- but none... + continue reading
Complete Funky Winkerbean Volume 3 (1978-1980)
Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Posted by R.J. Carter
Entering any of the Black Squirrel Books reprint anthologies of The Complete Funky Winkerbean is like opening a time capsule. That's because Tom Batiuk's daily comic strips weren't just humorous, but they were consistently on topic to the current events of the day. At times, it's a moment of... + continue reading
Solar: Man of the Atom #1
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Posted by R.J. Carter
You can't keep a good nuclear man down. Originally published by Gold Key in 1962, (Doctor) Solar, Man of the Atom has had a few incarnations since then, most notably with Valiant Comics and then briefly with Acclaim. While I find it interesting that Valiant is re-entering the comics market without... + continue reading
The 100, "His Sister's Keeper"
Complete Funky Winkerbean Volume 3 (1978-1980)
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“Grudge Match” stars Sylvester Stallone as Henry “Razor” Sharp and Robert De Niro as Billy “The Kid” McDonnen, two way past their prime former light heavyweight champions who fought each other twice in their heydays, with each one winning one fight. But before a third and deciding match between the two could be... + continue reading
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"Under the Skin" doesn't explain itself. It forces the viewer to impose his or her own reasoning on the actions, and the sequence of scenes. With very little dialogue and lingering camera shots, often with only natural ambient noise, there's not much in the way of a story to direct the audience's sense of direction.... + continue reading

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Andrea Logan White's resume ranges from heavy drama ("Sarah's Choice") to light comedy ("Veggietales: Princess and the Popstar") to apocalyptic action ("Revelation... + continue reading