Christopher Baggett

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    Go Go Power Rangers #1 Review

    Following the success of Boom’s first Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers ongoing, as well as its limited series side story Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Pink, it should come as no surprise that we’d get a second ongoing series. While it’s predecessor is set during the first year of the Green...
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    Sisters of Sorrow #1 Review

    Kurt Sutter (Sons of Anarchy, Lucas Stand) and Courtney Alameda (Shutter, Pitch Dark) have created a tale of revenge and violence that feels so raw, so emotional. Set in Los Angeles, the occupants of a non-profit women’s shelter are attacked one night and find themselves covering up a murder....
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    Spider-Man II Issue 1 Review

    It’s been a long five years since the surprise mini-series Spider-Men dropped. That five-issue mini, also written by Brian Michael Bendis (New Avengers, Ultimate Spider-Man) and Sara Pichelli (Runaways, Ultimate Comics All-New Spider-Man) was a milestone occasion. For the first time ever, the Marvel and Ultimate universes collided as Miles...
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    Multiworst: Six of the darkest, bleakest, most despairing alternate Earths in comics

    There’s money in familiarity. In order to keep readers coming back for more, comic books tend to maintain the same basic status quo for characters for years, only making changes incredibly gradually or as part of a large event. This day and age, this is even more true as...
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    Doctor Who Season 10: The Doctor is out (for now)

    It feels like Peter Capaldi left before we had a chance to know him as The Twelfth Doctor, and so I’m not even a little bit ashamed to say that I’m sad to see him go. The 59-year-old actor took over the role from Matt Smith in 2013’s Christmas...
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    The Mystery of the Button

    DC has been building up the mystery of a button found in the Batcave ever since DC Rebirth over a year ago. Clearly, the iconic button belonging to The Comedian, the on-going story in Rebirth so far as been the unknown identity of Mr. Oz, a figure imprisoning DC...
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    The Last Contract TPB: A Hitman’s Last Stand

    Ed Brisson (Batman & Robin: Eternal, Bullseye) teams with Lisandro Estherren (Redneck) for an explosive exploration of the cycle of violence that perpetuates the life of an aging hitman, and the struggle with trying to escape it. The Last Contract, out this week in a trade paperback which collects...
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    The Flash Season 3-Speed Bumps and Sudden Stops

        Another season of The CW’s hit The Flash has come and gone. As the huge Flash fan I am (as previously mentioned on this very site) I’ve dove voraciously into each and every episode. I loved the first season. The characters were human with needs and goals,...
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    Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D just had its best season ever

    Marvel’s “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” has always been a bit of an odd duck. Debuting in 2013 to capitalize on the success of “The Avengers” and the expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe, the series was meant to fill in the gaps of what was happening in the Marvel Universe as a...
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