Harley Quinn #0

Harley Quinn #0. What can I say about this book? I went in thinking it was pretty much DC’s attempt at Deadpool (and it is), but there was something about the journey in this book that was a lot of fun. Seventeen artists “compete” for the job of illustrating Harley’s new series. Each page is done by one of the artists while Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti (the writers) converse with the Clown Princess of Crime. It took me a bit to understand the flow between the writers and Harley, but once it clicked it was a lot of fun.

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The 2013 Finale

After 25 episodes we’re calling it quits… for the year, at least. We’re taking a short break until January 2014 to mull over ideas for new content in order to bring our best to the podcast.

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Variant Giveaway

Last month our local comic shop, Comics Cubed, decided to help us get more exposure on our Facebook Page. Shawn, who owns the shop, gave us several challenges that related to how many LIKES we had. In the end we were awarded with six variant edition comic books to give away to you!

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Catwoman | Bad Movie

Let me say from the beginning that this was all Ben Avery’s fault. He encouraged it! I was just trying to be a nice guy! No matter. I braved the film called Catwoman… and it reminded me why I hate cats.

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Lilly Bristol: Dinosaur Wrangler

As a father of a four-year-old, finding good books that will keep your hoodlum entertained is a plus. Thanks to Josh Alves, Lilly Bristol: Dinosaur Wrangler and the Town a Tyrannosaurus Wrecks! is a keeper. Josh is an author and illustrator that I’ve followed and talked to on Twitter for a couple of years now. I’ve enjoyed seeing his work, hearing his passion for children’s literature and getting the chance to review his new book before its release. So, let’s dive in… Lilly Bristol is a simple story about a girl who has adventures in Dinosaur World with her saber-tooth

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Batman (1989) | Batman on Film

Are you ready for us to talk about Tim Burton’s Joker? Wait. That’s not right… Batman. We meant Batman. Sorry.

With gangster mimes, a Batman that seemed a little tormented, and an insane Joker, this is the Batman film with the darkness that fans of Frank Miller’s work wanted and it is said that Tim Burton delivered. Do you agree? Do we agree?

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