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This Week’s GCC: (Green) Arrow

This week, Michael goes green and Diana cries like a canary in a Geek Crash Course made to prepare you for the CW’s upcoming series Arrow. EDIT: We have been made aware that Fun Fact #2 is entirely wrong. Green … Continue reading

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This Week’s GCC: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

This week, Diana and Michael give you a Geek Crash Course on everyone’s favorite heroes on the half-shell, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! Enjoy!

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This Week’s GCC: The Lizard (from The Amazing Spider-Man)

Check out this week’s Geek Crash Course on comic book super-villain the Lizard, who you’ll be seeing on the big screen in upcoming movie The Amazing Spider-Man: Enjoy!

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Interview: Ethan Nicolle, Co-creator of Axe Cop

Instead of our usual Tuesday Dark Horse Preview, we have something special for you. In anticipation of the upcoming third volume of Axe Cop, we got a chance to talk to artist and co-creator of the amazing comic series, Ethan … Continue reading

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Review: Zombie Outlaw

Indie comics are a hit-or-miss field, but that hasn’t stopped Zombie Outlaw creators Brian J. Apodaca and Benny Jordan. Now on its second issue (in ashcan form, at least), the story revolves around three college students. The first, Matt Naismith, … Continue reading

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Interview: Cole Haddon, Writer of The Strange Case of Mr. Hyde

When the fine folks at Dark Horse gave me the chance to preview Cole Haddon’s The Strange Case of Mr. Hyde, I’ll admit I was skeptical. A Victorian foray into the strange and bizarre, combining Jack the Ripper, Mr. Hyde, … Continue reading

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Thoughts from Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark

So, yesterday I (accompanied by occasional cameraman and general cool guy Matt) saw Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, the much-ballyhooed Broadway musical version of everyone’s favorite wall-crawler. Here are my pros and cons: Pros: • Patrick Page – This guy … Continue reading

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