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  1. Review: Image Comics’ Secret Identities #1

    It's worth checking out for yourself.

    It’s always preferable when a work evokes passion from its reader, be it from love or hatred. Tepidity, on the other hand, is the earned reaction when a work lacks any real punch. Such is the case, sadly, with Secret Identities #1. It has both strengths and weaknesses, but ultimately neither is evocative or original enough to be memorable. #1 isn’t without potential, and the series may improve as the story develops, but i

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  2. Bad Gamer Part 2: What Happens If You Play Through Dragon Age: Inquisition Like A Total Jerk?

    Bad Gamer is a series following one woman as she tries to play her way through RPGs as the biggest asshole possible.

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  3. Review: Chivalry is Dead in Hilarious Dark Comedy Force Majeure

    Sweden’s Oscar submission looks at modern-day gender and marriage.

    Is there something about men which dictates they should put women and children first? Or do we say that because they are more likely than women to put themselves before their family? And if that is your instinct, can your marriage overcome it?

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  4. Yurikuma Arashi Recap—Episode 3: “The Invisible Storm”

    The moment of truth.

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  5. Here’s Why You Should Be Watching The 100

    Right now. Go. Do it.

    It’s been a while since we've had something likened to Star Trek or Battlestar Galactica on our television screens, and while I wouldn't be foolish enough to say that The 100 fills those voids, I will say that it’s the best sci-fi television has had to offer in a long while.

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  6. Black Sea’s Kevin Macdonald and Jude Law Talk Underwater Heists, Real-Life Rescues

    This week Kevin Macdonald and Jude Law were in New York to promote their new movie, Black Sea, a smart, gritty, and definitively old-fashioned heist-survival-action movie set on a submarine. More like the'70s film Sorcerer than Black Hat, it's good counter-programming for some of the slicker action movies we’ve been getting recently.

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  7. American Horror Story: Freak Show Finale Recap: “Curtain Call”

    Take your final bow!

    As the final episode of Freak Show begins, new owner/psychotic serial killer Dandy Mott thinks he's close to becoming what he's always wanted to be: someone who people pay money to see sing Cole Porter songs. Some of his new employees are already putting up new banners, advertising him as the show's star.

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  8. Review: Appropriate Behavior Thinks It’s Better Than It Actually Is

    There have been two occasions in my life when my dissension actually made me feel bad: once was at an early screening of Silver Linings Playbook, when I didn't get why everyone was falling all over themselves to praise it; and the other was with the new movie Appropriate Behavior.

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  9. The Mary Sue Interview: Little Accidents Director Sara Colangelo On Coal Mining, Women, And Heroes

    The Coal Miner's Director.

    Sara Colangelo has been one to watch since debuting her prize-winning short Little Accidents in 2010. Making the jump to the big screen with her first feature (also titled Little Accidents - more on that below), she continues to address issues of communal tragedy.

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  10. Jill Lepore’s The Secret History of Wonder Woman Is Much More “The Secret History Of William Moulton Marston”

    For better or worse.

    Let’s play a game of "six degrees of separation." I’m going to link Wonder Woman to one of the leaders of the birth control movement from the turn of last century, Margaret Sanger. Yes, that Margaret Sanger; the same woman who coined the words “birth control” and opened the first birth control clinic in 1916. Not only am I going to link the most popular superheroine of all time to Sanger, but I’m going to do it in two legitimate steps.

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