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Your Deadshirt New Comics Shopping List for: February 25th, 2015

It’s Wednesday and that means new comics. Let Deadshirt steer your wallet in the right direction with reviews (and preview pages) of titles out today from Image, Dark Horse, IDW, BOOM! Studios, Archie, MonkeyBrain, Oni, Fantagraphics, Top Shelf, Action Lab, and more! Curb Stomp #1 (of 4) Written by Ryan Ferrier Illustrated by Devaki Neogi Color by Neil Lalonde…

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Dark Gable Presents… Ganja & Hess and Da Sweet Blood of Jesus

Diversity and representation have long been a serious issue in the film industry, and 12 Years A Slave winning some Oscars hasn’t exactly changed that. Outside of that prestigious anomaly, people rarely imagine black film to be much more than gangster movies, cookout comedies, and Tyler Perry. Our very own Dominic Griffin will prove otherwise, shedding a light on unsung, underrated, forgotten…

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Deadshirt Is Listening… Miming, Nodding, Feeling Optimistic

Deadshirt is Listening…Bringing you a rundown of our staff and guest contributors’ favorite new tracks released in the past week after they’ve had the weekend to blast them in their cars, in a club, alone in their rooms, etc. Julian Ames is miming emphatically along to… “I’m Ready” Twin Shadow Eclipse Rock/Pop Twin Shadow is…

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Deadshirt is Reading: Demons, Mischief, and Sad Nazis

Deadshirt Is Reading… is a weekly feature in which Deadshirt’s staff, contributing writers, and friends-of-the-site offer their thoughts on Big Two cape titles, creator-owned books, webcomics and more. For more of our thoughts on this week’s new comics, take a look at Wednesday’s Deadshirt Comics Shopping List. Dom, Jason, David, and Joe are Reading… In this month’s Multiversity…

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Stale Popcorn: Little Shop of Horrors: The Director’s Cut (1986)

Film is an entertainment medium that, by its very nature, tends to reward the viewer in rewatch. Sometimes movies even reveal to us how we’ve grown or changed since we last saw them. Our own Max Robinson reassesses old favorites, seasonal classics and the occasional oddball lost under the couch in his monthly column, Stale Popcorn. Last weekend was Valentine’s Day, the time honored holiday of…

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Jupiter Ascending: In Defense of the Batshit Space Opera [Review]

Have you heard about Jupiter Ascending? If you’re conscious, then the answer is probably yes. What you’ve heard about it may vary quite a bit, though, as the movie’s received a fair amount of hate from the thinking-about-stuff crowd. “The plot doesn’t make any sense.” “Channing Tatum somehow hitched—and survived—an interplanetary ride clinging to the…