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Review: Bad Times at the El Royale

Taking a cue from Tarantino for his follow-up to Cabin in the Woods, Drew Goddard delivers the fantastic slow burn, tension-fueled 60’s set thriller, Bad Times at the El Royale.
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The Pull List – American Gods: My Ainsel #7

The winter weather begins to freeze up most of America, Mr. Wednesday drops Shadow off back in the town of Lakeside to wait out the winter freeze. This gives Shadow sometime to become Mike Ainsel again, but after so many odd experiences, he’s not quite the same. The recruitment drive for the Gods is exhausting work for […]
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The Pull List – Quantum and Woody #11

The reality blending, commercial speaking humanoid, dubbed the Infomercial, is on the loose and recklessly warping realities to its will. G.A.T.E debriefs Quantum and Woody on the situation and their plan to use the two brothers to create a new quantum field to erase Infomercial out of their reality. But this could send back Eric’s wife Millie too, as […]
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The Pull List – Captain Ginger #1

The next generation of space explorers isn’t human, it’s feline. Stuart Moore presents Captain Ginger, a new sci-fi series that takes place far after the human race has been wiped out and the cats have evolved to operate a starship. Captain Ginger features a group of cats on the spaceship Indomitable, lead by the titular […]
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The Pull List – Aliens: The Essential Comics Volume 1 TPB

Xenomorphs were unleashed to the world in the 1979 sci-fi horror movie, Alien. The Alien universe was expanded in the follow-up, Aliens in 1986. Aliens explored new ideas and brought to life the terrifying force of the Xenomorphs. One single Xenomorph was a nightmare, a horde of Xenomorphs was an impossible hell with no escape. After the success of the Aliens movie, […]
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The Pull List – Ninjak #12

After his infiltrating of Pripyat, Ninjak is ready to strike at Dying One base. Guarding the Dying One are his robotic cyborgs and the town villagers that have pledge loyal to the Dying One after he had cured their sickness. With some support from Livewire, NInjak is able to navigate through the ruined city but finds […]
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The Pull List – The Wrong Earth #2

Both versions of Dragonflyman get a strange welcome to their new counterpart world. The dark and jaded Dragonflyman from Earth-Omega is surprised to see his ward Stringer alive and his heroism praised in Earth-Alpha. The honorable and polite Dragonflyman from Earth-Alpha is greeted by corruption and violence in Earth-Omega. The Earth-Omega Dragonflyman is not used to seeing this cheery version of his world, believing everyone is hiding something on the surface. […]
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Review: Venom

After a lackluster live-action debut in Spider-Man 3, Venom takes center stage with a 100% committed and bonkers Tom Hardy playing both Venom and his reluctant host, disgraced reporter Eddie Brock.
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The Pull List – She Could Fly #4

With the mystery of the Flying Woman solved, its a free for all to calm all of her secrets. Luna Brewster just wanted closure on the death of Mayura Howard and uncovered Mayura’s diary. Bill Meigs found the schematics and prototype components that created the flying jetpack. The Chinese government has made a deal with Meigs […]
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The Pull List – Cyko KO! #2

In the latest adventure of Cyko KO!, the evil Chen has created his latest scheme to destroy his nemesis, actor Steven Machinaw. Chen was once a movie studio owner and hired Machinaw to be a stuntman, but a flop movie and an onset accident destroyed Chen’s reputation and turned himself into a villain. After a stunt gone […]
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