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Fantastic Flashes of Brilliance

Whenever I hear news about a comic adaptation, I do my best not to get my hopes up — Hollywood has a tendency to...

Gotham’s Gritty Origins

I went into the “Gotham” pilot kicking and screaming. Comics are absurdly important to me, and Batman adaptations have a surprisingly sordid history (Clooney...

Feel Free in Uncertainty

A lot of you have no idea where you’re going. What you’re doing. A lot of you are confused about how you’re going to...

Irvine Queers Explore Gender

This past Friday in our own Crystal Cove Auditorium, Irvine Queers presented the Sixth Annual Celebration of Gender Expression & Identity — this year’s...

Days of The X-Men’s Best

The unfortunate fact of the matter is that about half of the previous “X-Men” films weren’t very good  —  sure, the first piece of...

The Amazing Double Takes

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 It’s a good time to be a comic book fan, sure — but it’s also a scary time. The marketing for...

We Marvel at ‘The Winter Soldier’

In 2005, Ed Brubaker took over as the writer for Marvel’s “Captain America.” His story arcs featured callbacks to the Cap’s WWII days, strong...

Four Corners: Chancellor & The Students

Sarah S. Menendez: So, Janet Napolitano has selected the committee to search for the new UCI chancellor and obviously in the past with the...

Flashes of Intrigue in ‘Arrow’

Comics and television don’t have a history of playing well together. Sure, cape-free titles like “The Walking Dead” or “The Boondocks” have decent runs,...

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