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A Look at the Smallfoot Trailer

  Guest Writer: John Enfield A cute story for the kiddos about today’s notion that maybe humans are the real monsters. Based on the book Yeti Tracks by Sergio Pablos, this Warner Animation Group film somehow turns that title into ‘Smallfoot’.  Apparently, Channing Tatum, James Corden, Common, LeBron James, Gina Rodriguez, Danny DeVito, etc. are just the folks to voice …

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Shadowman #2: a Valiant Effort

Guest Writer: Bryan Parke This article was possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY, and rolling natural 20s. Reviewing Shadowman #2 has been a very interesting experience. I picked up the comic purely on the basis of the great looking and intriguing black and white cover, not knowing anything about the Shadowman character other than the voodoo …

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X-Files: Season 11, Episode 10 “My Struggle IV”

Guestwriter: Nick Monitto The cold open of The X-files season finale starts with a “Previously on…” segment, going back to the Roswell UFO crash clips from the previous season, and highlights from “My Struggle III”. It continues with a voice-over by Jackson Van de Kamp/William Mulder. He talks about the visions he experiences, how he knew from a young age …

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X-Files: Season 11, Episode 8 “Familiar”

Guestwriter: Nick Monitto In a small town park, a boy is on a little merry-go-round, singing to a “Mr. Chuckleteeth” doll. His mother is nearby, distracted by a phone call. A girl is on a nearby swing set, her mother also near. The boy, Andrew, looks up and sees a human-sized Mr. Chuckleteeth peering out of the woods. He follows …

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X-Files: Season 11, Episode 7: “Rm9sbG93ZXJz”

Guestwriter: Nick Monitto   The cold open shows a stylized depiction of online messaging. A voice-over explains that in March of 2016, an AI Chatterbot was placed on Twitter that was based as a 19 year-old girl. Intended as an experiment on how humans converse & relate on social media, it quickly went awry. She would repeat posts as part …

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Star Trek The Next Generation: Terra Incognita

Guestwriter: John Enfield   This article made possible by the gift of a review copy. It’s almost hard to believe that it’s already been thirty one years since ‘Star Trek’ made its triumphant return to TV, blowing my fourteen-year old mind with a movie quality production that was lightyears above the original series, superb acting and fascinating stories.  The crew …

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Mark Taormino’s “Monsters of Mayhem”

Guestwriter: Nick Monitto [This review comes courtesy of a free PDF copy provided by the creator, Mark Taormino] As anyone who sees my review list here could conclude, I am a huge fan of classic RPGs. Not in a way to be down on modern products, just that I enjoy going back to the ones I grew up on. Even …

Pathfinder: Spiral of Bones Visits the Outer Planes

Guestwriter: Ernie Laurence Writer – Crystal Frasier Artist – Tom Garcia Colorist – Morgan Hickman Letterer – Thomas Napolitano Editor – Joe Rybandt and Anthony Marques This article made possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY and rolling natural 20s. “You can’t try to turn our lives upside down every time you visit.” I saw this opportunity …

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Question The Norm With Image’s Unnatural

Guest Writer: Stonie Williams Writer/Artist – Mirka Andolfo Letters – Fabio Amelia/Arancia Studios Colors – Mirka Andolfo/Gianluca Papi/Arancia Studios This article made possible due to the gift of a review copy, QWERTY and rolling natural 20s. Unnatural from Image Comics by Mirka Andolfo is a romantic comedy mystery drama set in an anthropomorphized world. The main character, Leslie, is a …

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Vault Comics Knows How To Fill Wasted Space!

Guest Writer: Stonie Williams Writer – Michael Moreci Inker – Hayden Sherman Letterer – Jim Campbell This article is due to a gift of a review copy, QWERTY and rolling natural 20s. “You have a blue six back. Of course, people are watching us. Now come on. Let’s go get some drugs.” Billy Bane used to be a big deal. …