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Movie Review: An Impressive Battle Royale in ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’

After an on-going controversy stemming from its initial production and casting, the highly anticipated Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice finally opened up last Friday. Although the gladiator matchup of the ages left critics with a bad taste in their mouth and less than kind reviews, the film racked up a little more than an […]

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Which Comic Book Movie Will Conquer 2016?

While most people usual have a special date marked on their calendar, if you’re a fan of comic books then you probably have quite a few circled for 2016 (if not the entire year). This year, we are going to be spoiled for choice when it comes to comic book movies. A number of them feature […]

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The Importance of Batman

Happy Batman Day! Seventy-six years ago today, Batman (created by artist, Bob Kane and writer, Bill Finger) made his first ever appearance in Detective Comics #27. On account of those early comic book appearances that catapulted the Caped Crusader into stardom, today Batman has become one of of the most well known characters in the history of our American […]

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LEGO’s “Justice League vs. Bizarro League” Blu-ray Giveaway

In partnership with Warner Bros. Home Video, we’re giving away a copy of LEGO’s DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League. Along with an awesome Bizarro name-generator app, read on to find out how you can WIN a Blu-ray copy of the film and an exclusive Batzarro miniature figurine! THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED. Congratulations to […]

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Dickens Rises With “The Dark Knight” In Gotham City

The most anticipated film of 2012 opened up this past July and is still stunning audiences, staying at the top spot of the box office this summer! Raking in about $834 million, the film is now the 30th most lucrative production of all time. The Dark Knight Rises is the compelling conclusion of Christopher Nolan’s […]

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Finishing the Game: A Study in Laziness

I spent the better part of a week trying to figure out how I wanted to approach this new series, in between other projects that I have been working on and a recent seminar on implementing technology in the classroom. I knew what I wanted to talk about and how it was going to be […]

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