Christopher Baggett

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    Superman Reborn for a New Generation

    Superman Reborn for a New Generation   Superman’s had a pretty rough go at it. For years he’s been a bit of a joke among fans; the “Big Blue Boy Scout” mentality wasn’t viewed as a positive when heroes like Wolverine and The Punisher were industry best-sellers. Writers seemed...
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    ‘StarCraft: Blizzard’s Genre Defining Space Strategy Game’

    Before they were known for “World of Warcraft,” Blizzard Entertainment reached mainstream success with their real-time strategy game “Warcraft: Orcs & Humans.” Set in a medieval fantasy world, the point and click strategy game pitted human and orc against each other in a genre-defining classic. It wasn’t long until...
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    Swamp Thing The Saga of Bernie Wrightson’s Mainstream Masterpiece

    Last month, the comics world suffered a blow when famed comic book artist Bernie Wrightson passed away at the age of 68. Wrightson had been a staple of the comics industry since his first work for DC Comics in 1968, penciling “House of Mystery.” Wrightson became known for his...
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    Review: Black Cloud #1-Your Dreams Are Not Safe

    In a world built on your dreams, can you truly be safe? In Image’s new series “Black Cloud,” that’s the question at the forefront. The protagonist Zelda has some strange ability to bring others into a weird, dream world, and she’s using it to work a long con. But...
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    Five Life Model Decoy’s that Fooled Everyone Sometimes Even Themselves

    Five Life Model Decoy’s that Fooled Everyone Sometimes Even Themselves Marvel’s ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ found new life this season by splitting up the 22 episode season order into three “pods” instead of telling one long story. The new format allowed stories time to reach a natural conclusion and no...
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    Five Ridiculously Cool Giant Swords

      I’ve spent the past several days buried deep in “Mass Effect: Andromeda,” so let’s not talk about pew-pew guns for a bit. Swords are cool. They’re a staple of fantasy stories and have been for years. But there’s also the trope of the ridiculously oversized sword: a blade...
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    Mass Effect: The Ten Most Memorable Missions

    I have been waiting with bated breath for five long years for the next installment of the “Mass Effect” franchise. While “Mass Effect 3” may have had a lackluster ending, it’s the journey of the trilogy as a whole that sticks with me. As I’m writing this, I’m about...
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    10 Xbox Classics (You Can Play on Xbox One)

    I got an Xbox One pretty early into its life cycle. This is fairly unusual for me, as I tend to wait for the prices to go down, but my friends and I were just dying to play “Mortal Kombat X.” I love the current generation of gaming, and...
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    Quarterly comics live again with “Head Lopper” #5 (Review)

    Quarterly comics live again with “Head Lopper” #5 (Review) By Christopher Baggett Cover art to “Head Lopper” #5   The Viking warrior Norgal (a.k.a. the titular Head Lopper) and the severed head of Agatha the Blue Witch are back in the next installment of the quarterly adventure series, “Head...
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