Rachel Bellwoar

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    Review – Maxwell’s Demons #1

    Review – Maxwell’s Demons #1 By Rachel Bellwoar After reading Maxwell’s Demons #1, I went back to the cover and saw what I had missed the first time.  Written by Deniz Camp, with art by Vittorio Astone, the cover depicts Maxwell sitting in his room, surrounded by stuffed animals....
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    Death of Stalin-Graphic Novel Review

    Death of Stalin Graphic Novel Review By Rachel Bellwoar There are a lot of lessons you can take from The Death of Stalin, most of them what not to do if you want to keep your soul intact, but if there’s one lesson that rises above the rest, it’s...
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    Riverdale Season 2 Premiere: ‘Chapter 14: A Kiss Before Dying’ Review

    Riverdale Season 2 Premiere: ‘Chapter 14: A Kiss Before Dying’ Review By Rachel Bellwoar I didn’t realize how much I had missed Jughead’s narration until Riverdale season two began to start. Jumping in where season one had left off, Archie’s dad, Fred, has been shot and Archie is driving him...
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    Adventures of Captain Marvel-Review

    Adventures of Captain Marvel-Review By Rachel Bellwoar Considered to be the first comic book superhero movie, Adventures of Captain Marvel was a twelve-part serial with a weekly theatrical release. Initially planned as a Superman serial, Republic Pictures was unable to afford the rights to the character and chose Captain...
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    Gotham Season 4 Premiere: ‘Pax Penguina’ Review

    Gotham Season 4 Premiere: ‘Pax Penguina’ Review The subtitle for Gotham season four is “Dark Knight,” and sure enough, the first sight we see this episode is Bruce Wayne, fighting crime. A massive development, if his current costume’s basically a ski mask, the show revels in the start of...
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    Kingsman: The Secret Service-Review

    Review – Kingsman: The Secret Service By Rachel Bellwoar   There are a lot of ways a spy story can begin. Mark Hamill redirecting his kidnappers from asking about Star Wars, so they can get to the business of why he’s being kidnapped, is a tremendous place to start. Kingsman...
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    Review – Ether Volume 1: Death of the Last Golden Blaze

    Ether Vol 1: Death of the Last Golden Blaze by Rachel Bellwoar   When a swimming pool is a portal to another world, and a dusty purple monkey, named Glum, is its deputy line of defense, how can you deny magic is real? Boone Dias makes it look easy...
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    Review –Gregory and the Gargoyles

    Gregory doesn’t want to move. Resolved that nothing positive can come out of changing residences, Gregory’s opinion evolves when he finds a glowing, green medallion under a floorboard in his new room. Following the map on the medallion to a church, he soon discovers the building is a secret...
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    Review –Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency: The Salmon of Doubt

    This summer, after much prompting from commercials during Doctor Who, I decided to watch season one of Dirk Gently. What a terrific show to have been missing out on these past few months. Based on books by Douglas Adams (who also wrote a little sci-fi number called Hitchhiker’s Guide...