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Comic Book Review: 'Action Comics #50

Action Comics #50

Story By

Aaron Kuder, Greg Pak

Art By

Aaron Kuder

Cover By

Aaron Kuder, Martin Ansen

Publisher

DC Comics

Cover Price:

$4.99

Release Date

Mar 9th, 2016

Synopsis:

Clark battles his way through Vandal Savage’s hordes to reclaim what is rightfully his—the Fortress of Solitude and his birthright! This epic anniversary issue leads to the finale of “Savage Dawn” in this month’s Superman/Wonder Woman #27 and Superman #50!

Review:

We are finally getting closer to the end of the “Savage Dawn” storyline in the Superman comics. From day one it has all been part of Vandal Savage’s plan to strip Superman of his powers, and use it as a way to reconnect with the comet that gave him powers so many centuries ago. Aaron Kuder and Greg Pak do an excellent job here giving us a quick backstory on what the heck has been going on in the Superman world lately,
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Comic Book Review: 'Superman/Wonder Woman #25'

Superman/Wonder Woman #25

Story By

Peter J. Tomasi

Art By

Doug Mahnke, Jaime Mendoza, Jonathan Glapion, Scott Hanna

Colors By

Wil Quintana

Letters By

Rob Leigh

Cover By

Ed Benes, Wil Quintana, Aaron Lopresti

Publisher

DC Comics

Synopsis:

A severely injured Superman is need of healing, can Wonder Woman convince the Greek Gods to save him?

Review:

“Superman/Wonder Woman #25” picks up where “Action Comics #48” left off, with Superman severely hurt and in dire need of healing. This is where Wonder Woman comes into play, as she brings him before her fellow gods in hopes they can heal him. Cool, in theory, but soon everything sort of becomes cliché, and writer Peter J. Tomasi kind of just phones it in. We get Greek gods Artemis, Strife, Hephaestus and Eros to essentially “test’ Superman’s will and see if he’s worthy of being healed by them. The concept itself is
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Not Available on DVD: Out Of Control

Article by Dana Jung

Ah, the 1980s. Big hair, flashy clothes, and that new TV channel that only shows music videos. Exploitation films too were changing. Gone were the Excorsist- and Omen-inspired horror films of the 70s. Biker movies were passe. And socially relevant nurse and teacher dramas were being replaced by teen comedies and a new type of scary movie: the slasher film. In 1985, New World Pictures released Out Of Control, a somewhat strange combination of Lord Of The Flies and a John Hughes movie that is harder to classify. In some ways the perfect drive-in movie, Out Of Control contains violent action, teen romance, sex, nudity, and pop music. But there is an undercurrent of weirdness to the film that, intentional or not, implies some deeper meaning behind the exploitive aspects and makes it interesting to watch for its details. However, if you missed it at the drive-in
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