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The Pull List – Go West #2

Slade’s path of revenge leads him to “Lost Vegas”, a humble town protected by the fierce Lilly. Lilly oversees the protection of Lost Vegas, keeping order to the town and punishing anyone that tries to destroy it. Slade’s seeks out Lilly’s help to take on the Creep, the man responsible for Slade’s murdered family. Meanwhile, […]
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The Pull List – Doppelganger #3

The battle for Dennis Zimmann’s life continues in the third chapter of Doppelganger. Regular Dennis’s attempt to stop Evil Dennis is turned against him and makes a quick escape with his best friend Ricardo. Meanwhile Evil Dennis has moved up the corporate ladder at Dennis workplace. Evil Dennis manipulations earned a new promotion and new found attention. Evil Dennis seems to […]
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The Pull List – Hungry Ghost #3

The next set of tales focuses on the intense lives of chefs, both inside and outside the kitchen. The first tale Deep written by Anthony Bourdain and Joel Rose, and illustrated by Sebastian Cabrol, tells the story about a young chef apprentice dealing with the abusive kitchen environment, receiving extra torment from a head sous chef. […]
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The Pull List – Usagi Yojimbo: The Hidden #1

In the next installment for in Miyamoto Usagi’s adventure, Usagi and Inspector Ishida are put on a case to identity two corpses. These corpses were found abandon and show signs of travel on their body. However, Usagi and Inspector Ishida discover a talisman left behind that will begin their investigation. Usagi Yojimbo: The Hidden is a seven part […]
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Review: Tomb Raider

Square Enix and WB team up to bring back Lara Croft to the big screen in an adaptation of the phenomenal reboot game from 2013 as Lara travels to a remote island in the Pacific to try and find out what happened to her father, who disappeared seven years earlier.
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The Pull List – Quantum And Woody #4

After spending a full day on a plane, reminiscing about the family goat, brotherly bickering and annoying Negative One, Quantum and Woody finally arrive in Sydney Australia. Woody is still bitter about Eric withholding the information about his biological father Rutherford Van Chelton. He feels that it wasn’t something that should had been kept a […]
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The Pull List – Ninjak #5

Learning of about the existence of the Acclimation Bureau, Ninjak agrees to help Ninja-C dig deeper for more answers behind the covert operations of hidden by MI-6 . Ninja-C is one step closer to getting his revenge for all the torment he gave to the Ninja Programme, looking to destroy the Acclimation Bureau at it’s source. Ninjak […]
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Review: Channel Zero: Butcher’s Block

The third season of SyFy’s Channel Zero wrapped up this week and Butcher’s Block was an insane, gory and disturbing return to form after the disappointing second season with Rutger Hauer starring as the patriarch of a supernatural family of cannibals.
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The Pull List – Mata Hari #2

As Margaretha Zelle-MacLeod, known as Mata Hari, is confined in a french prison, she is interviewed by Captain Pierre Bouchardon, a military prosecutor who is building a case of her involvement in espionage. Bouchardon asks Margaretha about her childhood, her time in Holland, and her work as a young kindergarten teacher. However, all these memories are complicated by […]
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The Pull List – Giants #4

A year has passed since Gogi and Zedo had separated, each of them have found ways to survive and grow in their new surroundings. Gogi has been accepted into The Forsaken, becoming familiar with the ruin city and a fierce fighter. Zedo has formed his own gang, the Blackmouths, and has begun to build up […]
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