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“Dark Knights of Steel” is Where High Fantasy Meets Superheroes, by Angela Rairden

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“Dark Knights of Steel” is Where High Fantasy Meets Superheroes, by Angela Rairden

When your most notorious characters have been around for decades, it becomes necessary to mix things up a little bit from time to time, which is exactly what Dark Knights of Steel does. Set in medieval times, the comic takes DC’s most venerated characters such as Batman and Superman and reinvents them as knights and kings while still keeping true to their core personalities. With Krypton nearing its inevitable end, Jor-El and his pregnant wife Lara flee the doomed planet and crash land in a medieval landscape where Jor-El is forced to protect Lara from an incoming band of knights...

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It’s a Dog-Eat-Dog World in Revenge Comic “Good Boy”, by Angela Rairden

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It’s a Dog-Eat-Dog World in Revenge Comic “Good Boy”, by Angela Rairden

Shortly before I attended Emerald City Comicon last month, I read and enjoyed the first issue of a comic titled Good Boy, written by Garrett Gunn and Christina Blanch with artwork by Kit Wallis. As I was wondering around the con on Saturday, I happened to stop by a booth with a stack of copies of Good Boy #1 sitting on it. As I started talking to the guy that was sitting at the booth, it turned out that I was speaking with none other than Gunn himself. As we discussed his comic, it felt to me as though sheer...

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My Spoiler-Free Review of Episode One of The Book of Boba Fett, by Angela Rairden

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My Spoiler-Free Review of Episode One of The Book of Boba Fett, by Angela Rairden

Episode one of The Book of Boba Fett has the same spaghetti Western adventure meets sci-fi feel to it that helped make its predecessor The Mandalorian such a stand-out show. It also possesses the same depth of writing that shows the audience just enough to get them interested without revealing too much. What we do learn pretty quickly is the answer to the question that we’ve all been wondering ever since Boba Fett (played by Temuera Morrison) made his surprising and celebratory return to the Star Wars universe in The Mandalorian. Which is how, exactly, he escaped from that Sarlacc...

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Review: “The Heathens” Pits History’s Most Notorious Criminals Against Each Other in This Fun Tale of Redemption, by Angela Rairden

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Review: “The Heathens” Pits History’s Most Notorious Criminals Against Each Other in This Fun Tale of Redemption, by Angela Rairden

"Issue one of The Heathens, co-written by Cullen Bunn and Heath Amodio with art by Sami Kivela, is a remarkably fun and immersive read."

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Netlfix’s “Arcane” is a Spellbinding, Character-Driven Animation Not to Be Missed, by Angela Rairden

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Netlfix’s “Arcane” is a Spellbinding, Character-Driven Animation Not to Be Missed, by Angela Rairden

"...I was not disappointed. The show, titled Arcane, is a prequel of the game and an animated masterpiece. The artwork is crisp, the colors are bright, and the storyline are characters are compelling."

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