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This article contains spoilers for She-Hulk: Attorney at Law. There’s a terrific little scene at the end of Episode 3 of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law when Jennifer Walters, aka She-Hulk (Tatiana Maslany), is walking through a deserted parking lot at night and is suddenly attacked by a quartet of extremely rough-looking customers. It’s a scenario
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This post contains light spoilers for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and Loki season one. After much speculation, we finally know the name of the next two Avengers movies! Scheduled for release in 2025, Avengers: The Kang Dynasty and Avengers: Secret Wars will cap off Phase Six of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which
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This article is presented by: Understandably for a show called The Sandman, much of Netflix‘s series adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s comic is concerned with the journey of Lord of Dreams, himself. And yet, both Gaiman’s comic and Netflix’s show still have six other members of “The Endless” to portray. Among the most interesting of The
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This Paper Girls review contains no spoilers. The main thing working against Paper Girls — Amazon’s mostly excellent TV adaptation of Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang’s multiple Eisner-winning Image Comics series — is Stranger Things. Seeing how both chronicle the adventures of 1980s pre-teens who are unwittingly thrust into supernatural conflicts in which the
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The death of Superman continues to loom large over the DC Universe, just as the actual, legendary tale, “The Death of Superman,” looms large over popular culture. It shouldn’t be surprising that one of the most creatively abundant periods in Superman history yielded one story that continues to cast such a long shadow, and yet
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This article contains Batman spoilers for Detective Comics #1062.  You know a creative team is going to make a big splash when DC Comics redesigns the logo of their longest running series, and the very book that gave the company its name. That’s exactly what happened in honor of Detective Comics #1062, the original home
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Guitar virtuoso Joe Satriani has been laying down out-of-this-world riffs since his first album, Not of This Earth. His instrumental albums, like Surfing with the Alien and Shockwave Supernova, are in a whole different dimension from commercial sonics, and still sell enough to go platinum and gold. But it is his 1998 album Crystal Planet
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This article contains Thor: Love and Thunder spoilers. Even more than his previous outing with Thor: Ragnarok, Taika Waititi’s Thor: Love and Thunder takes the titular Space Viking beyond the previously established boundaries of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. From wandering across the stars with the Guardians of the Galaxy to coming face to face with
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