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Small Screens: Samurai Stu (Vol.4, No.1)

Small Screens: Samurai Stu
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Santa brought some presents to the office this holiday and, as a result, “Small Screens” is back and better than ever. Our reawakened webcomic is now sporting an updated look and beginning an all-new volume. This strip also marks the “Screens” debut of our beloved pint-sized pet, Krillin!

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Review: Awakening (2011)

(80)The Awakening begins as a compelling, bump-goes-the-night, horror film of a kind rarely shot in color. A droll, British tone permeates the whole affair, alongside impeccable and frosty – if stiff – performances from the principal cast. Together, these elements (bathed in corrected blue tones) act to intensify the magnitude and flavor of those “bump” moments. Despite this strong foundation, a goofy plot twist and follow through in the last act undercut the overall impact and staying power of the film.

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Godzilla x Mothra: Battle for All-Time

Watch as the “King of the Monsters” faces off with one of his greatest adversaries in this deadly serious (no joking) ultimate animated showdown. Cities will tremble, children will cry out in terror, and only one kaiju comes out alive (totally unconfirmed)…

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