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  • Opinion > Spirituality / Religion
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    Alan Moore, one of the most famous comic book writers of all time, once wrote a graphic novel called The Killing Joke, focusing on Batman and the Joker. In it, the Joker narrates to Batman how the Joker had one bad day in his life, and that’s what drove him to insanity. Then, comes the kicke...
  • Opinion > Social Issues / Civics
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    Watchmen, man. One of the biggest names in comic books, and books in general. There is always that one piece of work, in every outlet of media and pop culture that completely changes how you view the world. Where your loyalties lie with the government, and your own beliefs. Everything you’ve e...
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    Something’s been bugging me since I last read Birthright. In the beginning few chapters of the book, Superman is portrayed with a regular average human sized stature, but his entire torso is designed to look like he actively engages in intense physical workouts regularly. But, two chapters later...
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    Recently, Barry Allen otherwise known as the Flash, and his hero friends saved Earth from complete domination by the evil god known as Darkseid. Now, before saving all of reality in this century, Barry sacrificed his life saving all of reality in the year 1985 from the mechanical beast known as the...
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    In 2009, J.J. Abrams gained the eternal respect of Trekkies, sci fi nerds, or people who just enjoy damn good movies everywhere by reviving a beloved franchise, with a few tweaks of his own. Set inside an alternate timeline, and actin as a prequel of sorts to the original series, Star Trek explored...
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    The Blast from The Past We didn’t need to Drop the Atomic Bomb in Order to End World War Two. D id we need to drop the atomic bomb? It was 1945. American, Canadian, Britain, and Russian forces had already crippled Germany. Adolf Hitler, dictator of Germany, had committed suicide. A...

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