TOP 5 COMICS TO BUY – 07/01/15: WE STAND ON GUARD, RED SKULL & SQUIRREL GIRL

TOP 5 COMICS TO BUY – 07/01/15: WE STAND ON GUARD, RED SKULL & SQUIRREL GIRL

It is Wednesday again, I am looking at the stack of comics I have not had the chance to read from the week(s) previous, and here I am making a list of titles I will be picking up at my local comic shop.

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#LoveWins : The Homophobes Should Listen to ‘Same Love’ & Watch The Rules of Attraction

#LoveWins : The Homophobes Should Listen to ‘Same Love’ & Watch The Rules of Attraction

#LoveWins – Now that the US Supreme Court ruled last Friday that in all 50 states, same-sex marriage is now legal, I’ve noticed a shocking trend where people I’ve known, didn’t know and don’t want to know – are lashing out at this historic and joyous occasion. If I could force these homophobes and overly religious backwards thinkers to watch the following music video and movie in this article: I totally would.

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Keven’s Film Listography Journal Week #3: Movies I Walked Out On

Keven’s Film Listography Journal Week #3: Movies I Walked Out On

This week in my Film Listography Journal series I reveal a list of movies I “almost” walked out as well as the worst films I can remember watching. Note: I have never actually walked out of a theatre without finishing a film.

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Remembering Ryan Dunn & His Comedic Legacy That he Left Behind Four Years Ago

Remembering Ryan Dunn & His Comedic Legacy That he Left Behind Four Years Ago

Four years ago this month, Jackass star Ryan Dunn lost his life in a tragic car crash and suddenly the hard lives of those guys suddenly became all too real. Bam Margera and his crew of friends would never be the same again without Dunn, an essential member of the modern-day stunt movement and an entertainer that deserved far more credit than he was likely ever given.

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Watching The Road Warrior for The Very First Time in 2015

Watching The Road Warrior for The Very First Time in 2015

My mind is still being pieced back together after bearing witness to the masterpiece that is Mad Max Fury Road so I decided to turn back to the second film in George Miller’s post-apocalyptic franchise, The Road Warrior, because every fan had been ultimately comparing the latest flick — to that one as either being equal to, or just below it in terms of quality. I had not seen it. Ever.

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Revisiting Jeff Smith’s Bone Comic & Reading it to My Kids

Revisiting Jeff Smith’s Bone Comic & Reading it to My Kids

I remember reading an issue here and there when I was a kid about this little Snoopy-looking thing caught up in a battle against rat creatures and interacting with this cool red dragon. That comic was called Bone and now that I’m 30 years old I’ve started reading the story to my two kids who are four and five years old.

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Top 5 Most Anticipated Films of 2015: Post – Avengers: Age of Ultron Not Called Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Top 5 Most Anticipated Films of 2015: Post – Avengers: Age of Ultron Not Called Star Wars: The Force Awakens

The first half of 2015 has been stacked with some amazing flicks, my two favourites so far being Kingsman: The Secret Service and Mad Max Fury Road. But that doesn’t mean it’s over yet – we still have lots of great stuff on the radar.

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The Top Five Post-WWII Military Movies in Honor of Memorial Day

The Top Five Post-WWII Military Movies in Honor of Memorial Day

A friend of a friend of mine marathons the entire HBO series Band of Brothers every Memorial Day but if you’re burnt out on the expansive yet impressive library of World War 2 features/mini series then check out our list of military flicks that take the fight to the desert and jungle.

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