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PanelCast and the Midnight Movie Maniacs combine to bring you a very special episode.

Richard, James and AJ venture out to see Brick Mansions.

Brick Mansions

Afterwards, they sit down to discuss the movie as well as Wondercon.

Then, join AJ as he walks the floor of Wondercon to interview Daniel Corey, John Narcomey, Jimmy Purcell, and Chris and Amy Hernandez.

All of this and more on the PanelCalst vs. The Midnight Movie Maniacs!

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The back cover of the book states that Jacob Mars “…isn’t a bad guy by nature, but out of necessity.” The graphic novel, WHORE, released this week from Zenescope Entertainment follows a recently laid-off CIA assassin that now has several “private sector” jobs and even more sexual encounters. There’s plenty of nudity, violence, and somewhat humorous references to modern-day celebrities.


WHORE graphic novel from ZENESCOPE ENTERTAINMENT

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What’s up Comic Readers? It’s been awhile since I’ve been at the writing table for the comics column. But now I’m back with 3 new comics to talk about.  The big tights and capes in comics have their stuff going on, a civil war (again) for one publishing giant and the beginning of what looks like another ”crisis” at the other publisher. The people over at BOOM studios aren’t going to be out done by DC or Marvel. They’re bringing titles to shelves that can compete with the big guys. This week we get Fanboys vs. Zombies #3, a new title – Extermination, and Supurbia #4 – the “Finale.”

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The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn hits theaters this week in time for family/holiday time. From film gurus Steven Speilberg and Peter Jackson, the story follows the exploits of young journalist Tintin and his dog, Snowy, in a hunt around the world for a ship and the mystery surrounding it’s last voyage. The film is based on the comics by creator Herge in the mid to late 1900’s. Speilberg and Jackson have been working to bring the story to the big screen for years. Most famous overseas, Tintin has opened to rave reviews around Europe and is now coming to the US.

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