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Freeze Frame 12/9/2017

From Mirror #10 by Emma Rios

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Freeze Frame 8/26/2017

From Generation Gone #2 by Andre Lima Arujo & Chis O’Halloran

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More Villains, More Problems

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Too often I see fans complain about movie’s having too many villains as though that automatically is a weakness. Most of the time it is, but the idea of using more than one bad guy in a story is far from a fatal flaw. Done well (and it can be done), it enhances the story. Writers and producers are going to have to learn to deal with it eventually, and now’s as good a time as any. Continue reading More Villains, More Problems

Counter-Intuitive: Spider-Man Unlimited was the Coolest Spin on the Character

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We’ve seen Peter Parker in high-school and in love, fighting his greatest enemies, twice in live-action (soon to be a third retelling) and many more in animation. It’s a familiar story that we all know by heart but tolerate so we can see how far it gets taken. One spin that I’ve always found inspired and unappreciated is the 1999 series, Spider-Man UnlimitedContinue reading Counter-Intuitive: Spider-Man Unlimited was the Coolest Spin on the Character

Tuesday Top Ten: Reformed Heroes

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In honor of the film about the guy who breaks into places and steals things before becoming a Super-Hero, here’s 10 people that have gone from the dark to the light…

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#10.Spawn

“Like another entry on this list, Al Simmons was not entirely a good man. He was a killer, and a mercenary. After his betrayal and death by his employer, Al sold his soul for another chance to be with his wife, but instead got bonded to a demonic suit and chosen to lead an army to the Apocalypse. Eventually, he took control of his destiny and rewrote reality to hopefully give its people and himself a new start.”

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