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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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    Curse Words TPB Vol 1 Review

      Image Comics has introduced some of the biggest hits in modern comics. From The Walking Dead to Saga, Image has proven that sometimes the best creative strategy is to unleash your talent with no limits. That approach is what gives us Curse Words, one of the best new...
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    Earthsea-When Not to Read the Book First: An Earthsea Miniseries Review

    by Rachel Bellwoar @Ziggystarlog If the Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings movies have occasionally gotten flack for being unfaithful, that’s nothing to the venom readers have voiced for the Sci Fi miniseries, Earthsea, on IMDB. Based on Ursula K. Le Guin’s Earthsea books, the term ‘loosely adapted’...
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    Doctor Strange (2016) is One of Marvel’s Best

    Doctor Strange is not only one of the best films that Marvel has to offer, but it’s also one of the most entertaining of the year. Benedict Cumberbatch manages to cast an exhilarating spell not only throughout Superhero cinema but over action movies in 2016 as a whole. So, yes, you could say...
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    Questions for the Potter Verse

    Hi, I’m Alex.  I’m a Harry Potter fan and have been for over a decade. I remember reading Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone before it was cool because my mother picked it up in a Barnes & Noble thanks to a tip from her British friends.  I remember...
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    The Geeked God Interviews: Spotlight Author Peter Bebergal of the book, Season of the Witch how the occult saved rock and roll

    Check out the Geeked Gods interview with Peter Bebergal, author of the book Season of the Witch: How the Occult saved Rock and Roll. If you liked to know more about Peter follow him on Twitter @Peterbebergal or click here        ...