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Heroes to Hit the Shelves…Sort of…

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Ever since NBC decided to place pretty much every egg they've got in the Heroes basket, I've been waiting with bated breath for the show's inevitable journey to the printed page. So imagine my surprise this week when I learned that my fears and su

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Brian K. Vaughan Writes LOST

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My friends tell me I'm the worst person to watch LOST with. Apparently I'm too cynical, though I think with good reason. For one thing, the plot has gone too far and too wide for me to care any more about the mysteries of the island. And for another, the big "suprises" they throw at us every once in

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Fantastic Looking Not-So-Bad

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Against all reason, I'm actually looking forward to Fanstasic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer. I've never really loved the comics--they've always seemed two steps behind in their evolution out of '80s superhero cheese, and even when my favorite writer, Brian Michael Bendis, took a crack at the first Ultimate Fantastic Four story arc, I was thoroughly unimpressed

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Spidey is Coming to Town

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The New York City subways are like a barometer for the mainstream media. Plastered about the subway car interiors and all over station walls are posters and advertisements for whatever television or movie event you, as a responsible member of society, MUST be watching (read: whichever television or movie event has the best marketing scheme with the most advertising dollars)

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Webcomics Get Serious(ly Good)

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Somehow I've been slowly turning into a webcomic junkie. It started innocently enough with the lovable video game dorks featured in Penny Arcade--no doubt some of you are a part of the site's 4 million monthly readers. It was a nice little five-minute hobby, logging onto the

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