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For those who prefer their comics digitally Comixology is having a BOGO (buy one get one free) sale for Marvel comics. For most of the old comics that comes down to 99 cents per issue provided you have an even number of comics to purchase. There's more info here.
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San Diego Comic Con may be over, and like most years there were a lot of really cool and unique cosplayers in coatume. Here are some images I've found that I hope you will enjoy (though not all of them are from Comic-Con)! If you know anyone in the photos or are actually one of the people here, feel free to introduce yourself.
I do not claim responsibility for any of the pictures under the cut - I don't know who any of these people are nor did I take their photographs. )
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So, two rather big movies based on comic franchises have been released in theatres recently. I haven't seen them myself, but if anyone here has, might I ask what they thought of them?
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 So I went to see Batman v Superman, and I thought that it was… OK. It’s not the great disaster that so many seem to be proclaiming it to be (though it has a number of issues), it’s just an okay superhero film. Admittedly it’s a touch maudlin in places, but considering the subject matter,  it’s not really surprising. The score’s great, the action is great, the acting is fine for the most part, and even the hints at the upcoming JL movie seemed to fit into the story without derailing the main plot. I particularly liked Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman (definitely one of the highlights of the movie) and I look forward to her own movie.

Personally I'd recommend just going to see it to make up your own mind about it. I thought that it was far better than Man of Steel (even attempting to directly fix some of the issues with that movie), but it's a very different animal to the MCU movies. For one thing, people take what's going on seriously without the flippancy a lot of the Marvel films to indulge in (seriously Ultron, if you're not going to take your own plot to kill humanity seriously why should we?).

There ARE problems though, which could have been fixed with another couple of drafts of the script and maybe getting Zack Snyder to tone down some of the performances (like Luthor's).

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As recently discussed on Mr. Enter's review of 'The Return of Slade', Teen Titans Go! can be rather polarising. For all the toilet humour and wackiness packed into each episode, I find the best gags usually come from the sights in the background, or at least they go by rather quickly that they warrant a pause.

In the episode 'Sidekick', Jason Todd's ashes could be seen next to Mr Freeze's head on a shelf in the Batcave. There's usually a small Darkseod plush next to the Titans' couch. Probably what I found especially entertaining, however, were these quotes from Raven and Starfire's yearbooks in "Yearbook Madness". Then again, I am too easily entertained, but still.

I've been wanting to do this for some time now, but didn't know where to post them. )

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