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How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Avril Lavigne

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I have a confession to make: I really know very little about Avril Lavigne. Don't get me wrong, it's hard to not know that she exists, but the only song of hers I could instantly recognize from the radio is "Complicated" and that's thanks to all the ads for that horrible Uptown Girls movie with Brittany Murphy and Dakota Fanning. Sure, I know she had a hit with the unfortunate name of "Sk8er Boi" and that she's a really big star. But in

Showcase Presents: Legion of Super-Crack

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I'll admit that I never read Legion of Super-Heroes until the infamous "Five Years Later" series by Keith Giffen and Tom & Mary Bierbaum. I'd enjoyed it enough that I went back and read some of the Paul Levitz issues as well, but when it comes

All Naruto, All The Time

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If you've ever seen a BookScan sales chart for graphic novels and trade paperbacks in bookstore chains, you might have noticed a certain little book called Naruto. Specifically, the fact that every time a new volume shows up it dominates the sales charts. Or, for that matter, months when there isn't a new volume and it's still sticking around and outselling everything else

2007 Eisner Award Nominees Announced

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The 2007 Eisner Award Nominees were announced yesterday, and that means that everyone connected with comics will do one of three things:

  1. Get excited about this listing of some of the great comics released in 2006
  2. Complain that they don't see their favorite comic on the list
  3. Ignore the announcement and/or generally be oblivious about the whole thing

Now, sadly, the third option is probably the most common reaction. But since that reaction is pretty silent, it's the complainers that get the most airtime. And so, a mere five years after I se

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