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Astonishing X-Men, # 25

Comic books characters are like soap opera characters. They face the immense burden of decades of scripts which often span decades. They experience romance and tragedy and success and often repeatedly face death only to be reborn through one contrivance or another. With Astonishing X-Men # 25, the series reboots following the exit of Joss […]

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This book is the story of the first half century of the Marvel Comics universe. It is revealed to us through the eyes of Phil Sheldon, a newspaper photographer who lives in New York City and witnesses the rise of the Super Hero Age. The story starts out in 1939 with the birth of the […]

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Gay, Straight, or Taken?

Lifetime TV bills this new reality game show series as “the game millions of us play every day.” Basic instincts tell animals whether something is safe to eat or if it poses a danger. Lifetime feels that American women follow a similar instinctive behavior. So when we see a man we find attractive, we can’t […]

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