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Disclaimer: this is not a ‘Best Television of 2010’ post – I don’t subscribe to Sky and all their channels (other satellite/cable providers are available) and I don’t download television illegally, so this discussion will not include a lot of quality shows from abroad that might be expected in this type of post. This is a summary of the best…

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In which I pontificate about the major categories at the 83rd Academy Awards because I’m a blogger and that’s what we do. (Yes, I can still call myself a blogger, even though I haven’t blogged in nearly two months.) Even though I won’t be able to watch the actual event, I still enjoy the whole silliness of the Academy Awards…

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Kill Shakespeare #1–6 Written and created by Conor McCreery and Anthony Del Col Illustrated by Andy Belanger Coloured by Ian Herring Lettered by Chris Mowry, Robbie Robbins and Neil Uyetake Edited by Tom Waltz Published by IDW Publishing The creators describe Kill Shakespeare as a mix of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Fables and The Lord of the Rings (although…

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From A Library – Punisher: Dark Reign


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[Yes, I said ‘trilogy’: to me, the fourth film is just the inspiration for a fun but silly Lego game, so I shall ignore it.] I recently watched the first three Indiana Jones films, and it got me thinking about them, so here are some of the thoughts that occurred to me while watching them again. Raiders Of The Lost…

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From A Library – Justice League Of America: When Worlds Collide


Justice League Of America #27, 28, 30–34 by Dwayne McDuffie and various artists Embarrassing confession: I’ve never really read any of the Milestone books. I might have skimmed an issue here and there, but I didn’t get into any of the comics. I know, I know: I’m a bad person; I’m sorry. I thought I might rectify it by reading…

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Detective Comics #846–850 by Paul Dini and Dustin Nguyen I wasn’t too impressed with the character of Hush – the only reason I read the two trades collecting the story of Bruce Wayne’s long-lost childhood friend Tommy Elliot we’ve never heard of before who has returned with a grudge against Bruce, as created and written by Jeph Loeb, was because…

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