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America’s Ass

Avengers: Endgame – SPOILERS! I AM TOTALLY SPOILING THE ENDGAME HERE! The long-awaited follow-up to last year’s Infinity War ties up the loose ends from that one, and provides closure for some aspects of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It’s about … Continue reading

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Gated Communities

As if Gamergate wasn’t bad enough, now there’s Comicsgate as well, because people suck. And both of these supposed movements have people using these terms to refer to themselves, despite the fact that using “gate” in the names of scandals … Continue reading

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Just Gonna Stand There and Watch Asgard Burn

Thor: Ragnarok – I’ve been looking forward to this one, especially since seeing the trailer where Thor calls the Hulk “a friend from work.” So many trailers are awful, but this one worked. The Thor films feel genuinely epic, combining … Continue reading

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Every Disability Conceals a Vocation, Except the Ones That Don’t

While reading Ana Mardoll’s deconstruction of the Chronicles of Narnia, I came across this quote by a moderator who goes by Chris the Cynic, which I felt was worth sharing: During my insomnia last night I watched the movie Wreck … Continue reading

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In the Company of Comics

Beth recently asked me why I’ve only recently started reading comics, and I guess it has something to do with enjoying the recent Marvel films. Yeah, I’m sort of jumping on the bandwagon, but there can be advantages to that. … Continue reading

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Hey Sexy Mama, Wanna Kill All Humans?

Avengers: Age of Ultron – I finally saw this movie on what I believe was its next-to-last day in the nearby theater. There are some pretty major spoilers in this post, but everyone else who wanted to see it probably … Continue reading

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Fear of a Dark Elf Planet

Thor: The Dark World – I’ve been trying to read comics a little more as of late, and I think the Marvel movies manage to capture the feel of being epic, fun, and kind of cheesy all at the same … Continue reading

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Wednesday with Wonder Woman

The Wonder Woman Chronicles, Volume One, by William Moulton Marston and Harry G. Peter – Wonder Woman was not technically the first female superhero, but she was the first to become an enduring character in the world of comics, which … Continue reading

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I’m Just Looking for the Divine Hammer

The Mighty Thor Omnibus, Volume 1, by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby – As I’ve become somewhat more interested in comics recently and I’ve been interested in mythology for a long time, I thought I should check out some of … Continue reading

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The Boy with the Thor in His Side

I just finished watching a movie that everyone else has already seen, last year’s comic book adaptation Thor. I have to say that I’m not really a comic reader; I’ve picked things up here and there from other people who … Continue reading

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