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When Everyone’s Super, No One Will Be

The Incredibles – This was a good movie, although I’m not sure I’d say it was incredible. It centers around a family of superheroes loosely based on the Fantastic Four. At least, one of them can stretch, one turns invisible … Continue reading

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We Have to Keep Our Secret Identities Secret

There’s quite a bit to the superhero genre that doesn’t always stand up to close scrutiny, and there are entire websites devoted to detailing some of the more ridiculous storylines, or sometimes just silly out-of-context panels. This Cracked article from … Continue reading

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Transdimensional Express

Another Fine Myth, by Robert Asprin – I remember coming across references to the Myth Adventures series years ago and thinking they sounded kind of interesting (hey, I like puns), but I never got around to reading one of them … Continue reading

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Better Watch Out, You Bad Boys

The Angry Video Game Nerd recently did a review of the Darkwing Duck game for the TurboGrafx 16, which I do seem to recall hearing about when it was new, but very little about it since then. I guess that’s … Continue reading

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All in the Disney Afternoon

One thing the Internet is good for is finding information on cartoons you haven’t watched in years. Back in 1994, when the Disney Afternoon was a thing, Disney Adventures magazine did an ongoing story that incorporated all of the shows … Continue reading

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Culture Clash at Camelot

A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court, by Mark Twain – While Huckleberry Finn is undoubtedly a literary classic, I’m not sure why I had to read it twice in school when I probably would have enjoyed this one more. … Continue reading

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The Dead Duck Dilemma

I’ve come across several references on the Internet to Scrooge McDuck having died in 1967, and it turns out this is the idea of Don Rosa, the author of The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck and in many ways … Continue reading

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