Deadpool #10 Review

Deadpool #10 Review

This current “Deadpool vs. Sabretooth” storyline has succeeded because it’s focused less on pitting the two characters against one another in open combat and more on the psychology of the two characters. That’s why Deadpool #10 is a disappointing addition to the arc. This issue is more action and humor-oriented, and neither element proves as compelling as the character drama from previous issues. …
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The Mighty Thor #6 Review

The Mighty Thor #6 Review

The last issue of The Mighty Thor ended in about as calamitous a way possible, with a not-so-lawfully attended wedding, a throne room throwdown, and backstabbing both literal and figurative. Rather than delve further into the turmoil that is Keeping Up With The Asgardians, Jason Aaron instead opts to take a detour through times long past as a way of further enhancing the book’s impending future. J…
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WWE Legend Chyna Passes Away

WWE Legend Chyna Passes Away

Joanie Laurer, aka WWE legend Chyna, has passed away. The news comes via her official Twitter account. “It is with deep sadness to inform you today that we lost a true icon, a real life superhero” reads the Tweet. “She will live forever in the memories of her millions of fans and all of us that loved her.” TMZ reports that Laurer was discovered at her home in Redondo Beach, CA. Cause of death is c…
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Harley's Little Black Book #3 Review

Harley's Little Black Book #3 Review

There’s plenty of potential in an ongoing series that pairs the mischievous Harley Quinn with a different DC hero every month. Sadly, Harley’s Little Black Book is never focused enough to take advantage of its own premise. As entertaining as the Harley/Zatanna dynamic in this issue can be, once again the book has a habit of getting distracted and going on tangents rather than focusing on that dyna…
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Superman: American Alien #6 Review

Superman: American Alien #6 Review

Superman: American Alien is less a comprehensive retelling of Superman’s origin than it is an examination of an outsider confronting his fears and doubts and slowly finding his place in the world. Issue #6 encapsulates that idea as well as any. In this penultimate chapter Clark has all but solidified his identity as Superman, but a visit from two childhood friends forces him to reevaluate his life…
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Sumner Redstone's Granddaughter to Testify at Trial, but Can't Join Lawsuit

Sumner Redstone's Granddaughter to Testify at Trial, but Can't Join Lawsuit

Keryn Redstone asked the court to become a co-petitioner along with her grandfather’s ex-companion Manuela Herzer and submitted a declaration supporting her claims. read more
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Apple's Electric Car Talks With BMW and Daimler Break Down

Apple's Electric Car Talks With BMW and Daimler Break Down

Apple’s negotiations with BMW and Daimler to work on the electric car known as Project Titan have now completely fallen apart, according to a new report. German news site Handelsblatt, citing industry sources, says talks with BMW ended sometime last year, while Daimler and Apple only recently ceased their discussions. The main issues the three companies faced dealt with which company was going to …
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Blade Runner 2 Release Moved Up to 2017

Blade Runner 2 Release Moved Up to 2017

Blade Runner 2’s release date has been moved up to October 6, 2017. The sci-fi sequel was previously scheduled to hit theaters January 12, 2018. The new release date puts it up against an untitled Marvel film and an unnamed Warner Bros. “event film,” should their release dates stick. As Variety reports, Blade Runner 2 is currently in pre-production, with filming expected to begin in July. Harrison…
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