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FROM THE VAULT: Green Lantern Extended Cut

As 2011 comes to an end, and another long holiday weekend is upon us, why not kick back and watch a superhero movie or two? The Green Lantern Extended Cut movie is available on Blu-Ray that gives us more backstory on the characters.

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REVIEW: Ultimate Comics All-New Spider-Man #5

Miles Morales is in big trouble. First he decided to dress up as Spider-Man and swing around NYC (too soon, man… too soon). Then he comes face to face with Spider-Woman, and decides to give her lip. How does this lead to the black costume? It’s answered in this issue.

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REVIEW: Batman #4

The Court of Owls supposedly has been pulling strings, and killing people in and around Gotham for centuries, which is odd, because we haven’t heard about them until now.

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REVIEW: Xenoholics #3

Our group of recovering abductees is still on the run from the Men in White and pinned down inside an alien fetish club. And if those last three words don’t grab your attention nothing else I say will.

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REVIEW: Justice League #4

Justice League is supposed to be the flagship title for the New 52. The first few issues have been rather good, can it continue to fulfill or is this just wishful thinking? Find out after the jump. . .

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RETRO REVIEW: Dell Four-Color Comics #367 (January 1952)

Or -“In Which Life Is, Indeed, Somewhat Like A Hurricane…” Y’know, I’m breaking my carefully planned and meticulously balanced Retro Review schedule to do today’s review, but what the heck?  It’s the holidays! (And besides, pretty much all the Faithful Spoilerites are all too aware that I am far from meticulous nor all that much of a planner…) 

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REVIEW: The Adventures of Tintin

When it comes to adaptations, there are two ways you can go about it – a really good adaptation, or a really bad one. In the case of The Adventures of Tintin, Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson have done something quite different – done an adaptation that is better than the source material.

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REVIEW: Wolverine & The X-Men #3

Or – “People Keep Telling Me This Is Good…” I’m always fascinated by the weird things that comic fans say.  I was recently told that I HAD to pick up this book because, and I quote, “It’s X-Men and it’s finally good again!”  The thought process seemed to be that if I wasn’t reading X-Men, it was only because I didn’t REALIZE that the titles were in an upswing, and that there was no possible way that I wouldn’t want to jump onboard this title if it was in any way readable.  ReGenesis has seemed to be just another sales…

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REVIEW: Demon Knights #4

A city under siege, an advancing army of evil – EVIL – and seven samurai a team of magical based heroes standing in the way. While he is really a she, Demon Knights #4 gives us the low down on the origins of the Shining Knight.

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