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The old world is long gone. Billions have died and risen again, joining the legion of dead wandering the Earth. You have survived the first phase of the zomb-pocalypse. Now comes the tricky part: Rebuilding the World.

They came to the wrong planet. 

Time to make America ours again.

This is the end, and things will never be the same. 

Wednesday, 27 April 2016 00:00

UFC 2 Review

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I beat a man half to death last night. In my defense, he was trying to take my belt.

The Internet is a miracle, and our society has turned it into a cesspool.

It's the end of the world, at least for the surface.

Walking in a winter wonderland.

Ubisoft's standard bearer is back, but is it worth the price of admission?

Wednesday, 10 February 2016 00:00

XCOM 2: Review

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We thought the war was over. We thought we had won. We were wrong.

Comics & Comics Podcast

  • 7: The Hobbit
    Ed, Ron, and Tom break down The Hobbit movie with Ed's lady, Klee, and Tom's daughter, Miranda. As only WE can break it down.
  • 6: Dr. Strange
    Ed, Ron, Joe and Tim talk about Dr Strange in all his incarnations. Is Magic really a super-power or is it a cop out?...
  • 5: Marvel VS DC
    Ed, Ron, Tom and Tim make fun of each other and argue like 10 year olds over who's better: Marvel or DC?
  • 4: Art and Star Trek
    Comic book art, Star Trek, and being 11
  • 3: The Nature of Comedy
    Comic book nerds who are also comedians.

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    The Scoobies and the Newbie Buffy fanatics Bryant Dillon and Barbra Dillon (the Scoobies) introduce Buffy-virgin Sam Rhodes (the Newbie) to Joss Whedon’s tale of vampire-slaying, demons, magic, and a universe composed entirely of shrimp. Spike and Dru, gypsy curses, a...
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    How to Assemble a Great Anthology

    February 14, 2017
    Russell Nohelty shares the insight he gleaned from interviewing the world’s top comic anthology creators.
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  • Review: The Iceman Cometh by Eugene O'Neill

    Review: The Iceman Cometh by Eugene O'Neill

    February 06, 2017
    In 1998, I had the pleasure to see one of American theater’s great dramas, Eugene O’Neill’s The Iceman Cometh, staged at one of the grand old theater houses of London’s West End, the Old Vic, where Kevin Spacey was then headlining in the role of doomed intervent...
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  • Postcards from the Edge: Family, Artifice, Style, Humor

    Postcards from the Edge: Family, Artifice, Style, Humor

    January 27, 2017
    Written by the late Carrie Fisher, 1990’s Postcards from the Edge is a fun take on a unique mother-daughter relationship. In an interview with the Columbus Dispatch in 2012, Fisher claimed that the movie wasn’t autobiographical, but at times it’s hard to separate ...
  • Mick Jagger's Great Performance

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    January 23, 2017
    According to Erving Goffman’s theory of dramaturgy, everyday human interactions are a kind of performance. An individual’s personality changes based on the situation, context, relationship to the person being interacted with, etc. Donald Cammell and Nicolas Roeg’s...
  • Review: Painless by Jamie Mayer

    Review: Painless by Jamie Mayer

    January 23, 2017
    In competing narrative voices (mostly first with a dash of third), author Mayer ably explores the turbulent headspace of Quinn, a teenager with a condition known as congenital analgesia—he can't feel pain.
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    July 04, 2013
    The Age of Ultron, Marvel's big summer event came and went. It wasn't the event many of us expected Marvel to fail with, however from the ashes of this lack luster event comes Avengers A.I. and surprisingly Marvel might hit this series out of the park.
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  • Rescue Dawn Needs to Fly

    July 08, 2007
    If someone told me that I’d be fighting back tears at the end of a summer movie wherein an American pilot bombing Laos would be rescued and receive a standing ovation from his 4,000 shipmates on a US aircraft carrier at the end, I wouldn’t believe you.Unless...
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  • The Weekly Comics Wrap-up: Dec. 27, 2007

    December 27, 2007
    The world of comics is complicated, with multiple companies (and universes) to keep track of. Luckily, CC2K has Joey Esposito, our resident expert on all things pulpy and good. Each week, Joey will break down what's happening in the world of comics, so you can pick...
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  • Writers, Producers Reach Tentative Deal to Bring End to Writers' Strike

    February 09, 2008
    Source: Variety Movie and TV writers across the country could be back at work as early as Monday if the western and eastern branches of the WGA approve a new deal offered by producers.
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  • The 100 Word Critic: The Last Kiss

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    (This caption does not count toward the 100 words) (Stacy Centa is a guest columnist for CC2K. Each week, she will review a movie in EXACTLY 100 words, not including any of these. This week, Centa tackles Zach Braff's The Last Kiss.)
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