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  1. Doctor Who Recap: “Time Heist”

    *indiscriminate noises of frustration*

    While interesting in concept, this week's episode of Doctor Who, "Time Heist," is a frustrating exercise in Moffatian repetition that makes me want to throw my sonic screwdriver out a window. Ugh.

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  2. Review: The New Adventure Time Title Card Art Book Is Totally Mathematical

    Come on, grab your friends!

    Fans of Adventure Time know to expect a surreal, and occasionally psychologically disturbing ride during each episode they watch. But just in case you didn't know a thing about the show and were tuning in for the first time, the gorgeous, "misleadingly unrelated" artwork that begins each story could probably clue you in. Now the title cards have been collected into an art book all their own, complete with fascinating insights from the show's creators and illustrators.

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  3. Late To the Game: Relive The Joy and Trauma of Playing Dragon Age: Origins For the First Time

    LOVE ME, ALISTAIR!

    Welcome to new series Late to the Game, where Sarah Ingram will review games that she's shamefully (shamefully, I say) left unplayed up to this point. It's like newbie recaps, but not. First up is Dragon Age: Origins, her review of which was originally published on The Geekmates and has been reposted in its altered form with permission. Scroll down below the review to see options for what she can review next. Mass Effect, Sarah? How do you live with yourself?!

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  4. Doctor Who Recap: “Listen”

    To what, though?

    Moffat gets a bad rap around here, but when he's on his scary-episode game, things can get pretty good. All signs pointed to "promising" for this week's episode of Who, "Listen." But while the episode was the best the show has seen in a long while, it didn't quite live up to all-time classics like "Blink," "Silence in the Library," or "The Empty Child."

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  5. Review: Grant Morrison’s Annihilator #1

    Annihilator is so much more than it appears at first glance. The cheesy antihero trappings are all a deliberate part of this reality-bending look at fiction and the people who create it. We got the chance to read issue one of this six-part graphic novel ahead of its release today, and we'll help you decide if it's worth a read.

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  6. Review: Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney is Witchy Good Courtroom Drama

    Two guys, their assistants, and lots of magic.

    I want to hug whoever came up with the amazing idea to put these two crazy kids together. I’m talking about Professor Layton, the top-hatted Londoner who loves solving puzzles, and ace attorney Phoenix Wright. They’re like peanut butter and jelly—a delicious man sandwich that packs so much flavor you won’t want to go back to having one without the other. In a totally platonic way, of course.

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  7. Review: We Fired Guns at the EnerPlex Kickr II Solar Panel… For Science

    Solar panels! Guns! Jeeps!

    EnerPlex sent us their Kickr II and Kickr IV solar panels to test. They specifically asked that we test their durability and even mentioned that the panels could be punctured and still work. So we did the only logical thing we could do in this situation: Shot one of them with guns and then ran it over with a Jeep. How did it hold up?

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  8. Zombie Comedy Life After Beth Is Partially Dead on Arrival

    It's a Netflixer, folks.

    Who's excited to see that movie where Aubrey Plaza's a zombie and Dane DeHaan is her human boyfriend! Anna Kendrick is there! And John C’ Reilly! Molly Shannon! Matthew Gray Gubler! Get excited! No, not that excited. Moderately excited. Somewhat enthused. But also kind of bored, too.

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  9. We Actually Went Out in the Sun To Test the EnerPlex Packr Solar Backpack

    ...and lived to write about it!

    Keeping my phone charged when I'm not home is a constant source of anxiety for me, and I don't think I'm alone. (Please tell me I'm not alone.) So any product that can help allay the fear of running out of juice immediately has my attention. The Enerplex Packr is a backpack with a built-in solar panel for charging your stuff on the go, and I had the chance to test it out.

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  10. Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Falls Short for Fans

    Cowabungled, dudes!

    I'll start by saying I wanted to love this movie. I was on board. I do not fear the word "reboot" as so many others do, but Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles just missed the mark entirely. One thing it does have going for it though: Megan Fox is kind of a badass as April O'Neil.

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