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Friday, January 31, 2014

The Splash Page, Vol. 29

Comic Reviews for the Week of 1/29/13, including the Earth 2 Annual, the latest Miracleman, and the first chapter of the end of Superior Spider-Man

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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Podcast Episode 37

Sherlock Season 3 has come and gone for the GeekRex crew, and we've got alot to say about it! Join Harper, Cal, Hannah, and myself as we chat the entire third season, episode by episode (with music breaks in between for those wary of spoilers), and review the heck out of it! The Game is Afoot!!

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Captain America 3 already coming together?

Apparently things are looking quite good for the Star Spangled Avenger.

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Best Covers of the Week, Vol. 6

Welcome one and all to the week's best covers!
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Saturday, January 25, 2014

The Splash Page, Vol. 28

Comics reviewed for the week of 1/24/14

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Thursday, January 23, 2014

25 Films to Look forward to in 2014

Kyle relays the films he's most excited for in the coming year, and no, the talking raccoon movie didn't make it.

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Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Comics Spotlight Review: Zero #5


Kyle digs into the latest issue of Ales Kot's critically acclaimed spy thriller.

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Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Best Covers of the Week, Vol. 5

Welcome all to this week's edition of Best Covers of the Week!  This is a giant week in terms of great books, and often that means lots of great covers.  We run the gambit from superhero mainstream to off-the-beaten-path independent books this week--check them out before heading to the shop tomorrow!
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Monday, January 20, 2014

GeekRex Podcast Episode 36

This week on the GeekRex Podcast, our entire team gets together (Shane, Hannah, Harper, Cal and myself) to discuss the movies we're most looking forward to in 2014! Find out what is on our "must-see" lists on the player below or on iTunes.

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Saturday, January 18, 2014

Review - Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit

Cal takes a look at the reboot of Tom Clancy's 'Jack Ryan' series of films, which finds Chris Pine stepping into the shoes of Harrison Ford, Ben Affleck, and Alec Baldwin.  How does he fare?  

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Friday, January 17, 2014

The Splash Page, Vol. 27

Your weekly roundup of comic reviews!  This volume covers comics released January 15, 2014.

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Early Thoughts and a Review of Sherlock Season 3

Kyle takes a quick, and slightly spoilery, look at Season 3 of Sherlock. American readers proceed at your own risk.

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Thursday, January 16, 2014

GeekRex Podcast Episode 35.5 - A Prelude to Batman Month - Detective Comics #27

In a bit of a sneak peek in our celebration of Batman throughout the month of February, Harper and Kyle take a detailed look at Detective Comics issue 27 and discuss its relative merits, whether it lived up to the hype and the hefty price tag.

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Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Best Covers of the Week, Vol. 4

Welcome to your weekly blast of wonderful comic book covers!  Here are some gorgeous, cool (and one cute) covers to look out for at your LCBS today!
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Tuesday, January 14, 2014

GeekRex Podcast Episode 35 - The 2013 Rexie Awards for Film!!

Well, we promised it was coming...and now here it is...Kyle, Harper, Hannah, and, our newest addition to the team, Cal chat about our favorites in film for 2013 in our eligible categories (Best Film, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Director, etc..) and we announce and we announce the winners of the ever coveted "Rexie" for each.
Who is taking a Crimson Dinosaur home with them? Find out on this episode! 

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Saturday, January 11, 2014

The Splash Page, Vol. 26

 Welcome to the first round of quick comic reviews for 2014!

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Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Review: Girls, Season 3 Episodes 1/2: "Females Only" and "Truth or Dare"

A couple nights ago, I ventured out into the frigid weather to go to a premiere for the first two episodes of HBO's Girls.  I gotta say, HBO, the Atlanta Film Festival, and the Plaza Theater really put together a fun shindig: there were photo opportunities (see above), popcorn with loaded candy fixins, and a live stream of the red carpet premiere in NYC.  It was a fun affair, but did the episodes hold up?  Be warned, as spoilers may follow!
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Review: Her

As a genre, science fiction is difficult to define precisely. These stories often take us away to another place, time, species or planet and use those speculative creations as a mirror to explore the human condition. To that end, Her doesn't have a particularly strong science-fiction flavor, but it wields the tools of the genre with deft precision, at once convincing me it contained one of the best love stories I'd seen in the past year and leaving me to wonder if what I'd seen was actually a love story at all. 

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Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Best Covers of the Week, Vol. 3

Welcome to your weekly dose of weird, wonderful covers!  If there are any of you out there whose eyeballs haven't frozen solid, warm them with the oddly neon-themed cover selections for this week! These are for the first comics of 2014, those coming out this Wednesday, 1/8/14.

Batwing #27
Cover by Darwyn Cooke
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Sunday, January 5, 2014

Harper's Top 10 Movies of 2013

2013 was an interesting year for movies.  Yes, we got a lot of the same in terms of sequels, remakes, and the like, but there were some strong moves towards a different playing field for films.  Science fiction and comic book movies continue to rise in the hands of strong auteurs (Gravity) and in more mainstream flicks (After Earth); we've seen many great filmmakers return for their newest features while some relatively new faces made very strong freshman works.  I didn't get to see everything--there are just so many movies and not enough time!--but I like to think I saw a good smattering of films this year.  So, without further ado, here are my top 10 favorite films of 2013!

10. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
Directed by Francis Lawrence

I liked the first Hunger Games film.  It had a lot more societal and science-fiction ideas than I expected, and had great action.  However, it felt very self-contained, and I didn't really get a sense of the world these characters lived in.  Catching Fire fixed all that in my eyes.  It took the relatively simple concept and expanded it in a way that was fascinating, suspenseful, and very exciting.  The fact that it prominently featured the main host hotel for DragonCon in the infamous elevator scene didn't hurt either!
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Thursday, January 2, 2014

The Splash Page Vol. 25

For Comics Released December 31, 2013

Welcome, all, to the final Splash Page of 2013...well, sort of.  Though this is being posted in 2014, it is the last Splash Page for comics which were released in 2013.  Perhaps this is no better volume to end the year on than 25, only one more and we will be at the half year mark for this little comics review article!  2013 was an interesting, but overall fun year for comics.  Hopefully 2014 will be even better, but, for now, check out reviews for some of this week's comics!

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Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Alexander's Top 10 Films of 2013

Welcome, my friends, to 2014.

Last year was a good year for film buffs.  I think people probably say that most years - we are fortunate to live in a time where we have access to cinema from all over the world, and someone, somewhere is always innovating.  Despite being a year that led to numerous reports of being 'The Summer That Killed the Blockbuster' (tell that to 2015), 2013 produced not just a number of great dramas and comedies, but a handful of great blockbusters as well.  

There was something great for every viewer in 2013, and that's rare.  In a year this good, it's always hard to pick a Top 10 - and I haven't even seen a handful of the year's biggest releases yet, like Wadjda, Inside Llewyn Davis or Her.  But I tried.  I had to leave off some of my favorite films of the year (like Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Fruitvale Station, Upstream Color and Gravity) because it was just too competitive... but rest assured, there were a lot of great movies this year.  This was such a good year for film that two of my 'most disappointing' movies were nevertheless excellent movies that would make the Top 10 of a weaker year.

Read on for my own Top 10 Films of 2013!  

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