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    Superman IV: 30 Years Later

    Superman IV: 30 Years Later By John Saavedra   At its very best — and this is a really big stretch — you might call Superman IV: The Quest for Peace a superhero romp. Perhaps if it had been marketed as a Superman parody, we would remember this movie...
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    The Dark Knight Rises Five Years Later

    The Dark Knight Rises: Five Years Later By John Saavedra   No matter what caliber of director you are, it will always be difficult to follow up a masterpiece. Few directors have really done it. Francis Ford Coppola specifically comes to mind as a director who did the impossible...
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    Generation Gone #1 Review

    Generation Gone #1 Review By John Saavedra Generation Gone is simply delightful. It’s a new sci-fi book about hackers, espionage, the military-industrial complex, and human evolution with great visuals and some very interesting concepts. Ales Kot and Andre Lima Araujo’s dish a story that explores how science is the...
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    Halloween Resurrection: 15 Years Later

    Halloween Resurrection: 15 Years Later By John Saavedra   Despite existing in a timeline where most of the original Halloween movies didn’t happen, there is no timeline in which Halloween: Resurrection is a good movie. In fact, it fails as a horror movie, or even as gory schlock, in...
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    Wonder Woman #26 Review

    Wonder Woman #26 Review By John Saavedra   DC Super Hero Girls veteran Shea Fontana takes over writing duties from Greg Rucka for a new run on Wonder Woman this week. Joining her is Mirka Andolfo on pencils. An all-woman team on Wonder Woman! That’s more rare than you...
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    Dark Days: The Casting #1 Review

    Dark Days: The Casting #1 Review By John Saavedra   While Dark Days: The Forge #1 felt like an easily accessible prelude to Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s big event series, Dark Nights: Metal, The Casting #1 is a bit more challenging. That doesn’t ruin the enjoyment of this...
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    Never too late to see the doctor

    Never too late to see the doctor By T.K. McNeil     There are decisions one makes in life for which there is no good reason or account. A weak “seemed like a good idea at the time” being the best that can be mustered. I have have had...
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    Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix at 10: A Retrospective

    Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix at 10: A Retrospective By John Saavedra Looking back on it ten years later, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix might very well be the breeziest of the Harry Potter movies. While it still clocks in at over two...
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    The Spy Who Loved Me at 40: A Retrospective

    The Spy Who Loved Me at 40: A Retrospective By John Saavedra   The Spy Who Loved Me has not aged well. At least not as well as some of the earlier Sean Connery installments, especially his first three outings — Dr. No, From Russia with Love, and Goldfinger...
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