THIS REVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS This week we hit the halfway point in the third and final series of Broadchurch – and it didn’t disappoint. While the previous episodes of Series 3 have given us a steady, methodical build-up, it’s time for things to really start kicking up a gear. There are revelations right from the […]
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With the impending departures of Peter Capaldi and Steven Moffat from Doctor Who change is certainly in the air. We already know that the incoming showrunner will be looking for a new lead actor but what other elements in the show could be up for a redesign? Every era of Doctor Who can be identified […]
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In this Box Breaking Matt Takes a look at Munchkin Zombies. One of the things about this edition is you play the zombie!!
Munchkins eating brains!! It has to be fun.
ARCHIE: BEST OF 2016 DIGEST ANNUAL
75 Years of Archie… and that’s just the beginning! Archie celebrated his milestone 75th anniversary in 2016, with tons of nee stories, new series and new faces – all gearing up toward the historic launch of the CW’s Riverdale TV series in early 2017. While things were ever-evolving in the Archie Universe, one thing held true: the Archie Comics Double Digests were still a constant source of hilarious tales – from hiccups in Archie’s dating life to fun takes on new trends – that everyone could enjoy. This 348-page digital exclusive is your chance to take a look at some of the most memorable Archie stories from the year 2016!
Script: Dan Parent, Craig Boldman, Tom DeFalco, Tim & Pat Kennedy, and more
Art: Dan Parent, Rich Koslowski, Jack Morelli, Pat & Tim Kennedy, Jim Amash, Glenn Whitmore, and more
Cover: Dan Parent, Rich Koslowski, Rosario “Tito” Peña
On Sale Date: 3/22
348-page, digital exclusive comic
WORLD OF ARCHIE JUMBO COMICS DIGEST #67
Another STORYBOOK MONTH fun tale! In “The Emperor’s Used Clothes,” Sir Reginald, the vein emperor of Riverdalia, is constantly obsessed with new clothes, mainly to feed his huge ego. When a couple of swindlers come with some worn out clothes, he thinks it’ a joke. Until he discovers the used clothes have mystical powers….
Script: Dan Parent
Art: Dan Parent, Jim Amash, Glenn Whitmore, Jack Morelli
Cover: Dan Parent
On Sale Date: 3/22
256-page, full color comic
TITLE: RED RANGE
PUBLISHER: IDW PUBLISHING
WRITER: Joe R. Lansdale
ILLUSTRATOR: Sam Glanzman
COLORS: Jorge Blanco & Jok
LETTERS: Douglas Potter
EDITOR: Richard Klaw & Drew Ford
COVER: Sam Glanzman
SUMMARY: Set during the 19th century, and combining an unusual mix of racial unrest, oddball characters, and strange happenings, Red Range is a unique take on “The Western.” During a Klan lynching, a mysterious rider appears, and proves to be a deadly shot! It is the Red Mask, a tough, lethal, black man who wisely keeps his identity concealed, especially while battling his enemies. Through a series of events, the Red Mask continues to thwart the violent and hateful actions of the Klan, while picking up an orphan along the way, and teaching him how to turn his hate into something more positive.
COMMENTS: The story is set in the South just after the Civil War. You start out with the Klan, the “N” word, a man’s eyes gauged out with a wooden stick, and castration by fire and that’s just page 1. If that’s not enough page 2 contains rape and the discusion of if it’s ok to rape a black woman not becasue its bad to rape someone but because their racist and she is black. Then all of a sudden, a masked man rides in it’s the Red Mask. The Red Mask is a black version of the Lone Ranger and the story follows his battle with the Klan leader. Sam Glanzman details an extreme amount of violence. Then their is a dinosaure. Yes in the middle of a western with a black lead charater they come face to face with a T-Rex. WTF? This book is intersting, quirky and off beat at times and you will lover it!