• Resident Alien #1: More Than Meets the Eye

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    Resident Alien: An Alien in New York#1 Peter Hogan (Writer), Steve Parkhouse (Artist) Dark Horse Comics April 2018 An alien stranded far from home, Harry Vanderspeigle works as a doctor in Patience, Washington. Harry also investigates crimes freelance to keep himself occupied. With four positive outcomes under his belt, he finds himself on the case

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  • Reinventing Arthurian Myths in Sword of Ages: An Interview with Gabriel Rodriguez

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    On a faraway world, Avalon, a young warrior, sets out to fulfil her destiny. Unbeknownst to her, there are dangers aplenty on her planet. Warring factions vie for power, ruthless in their efforts to gain control. Avalon knows little about her parents or where she is from. She was raised by tigers and trained by

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  • Vinegar Teeth Leaves a Funny Taste in Your Mouth

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    Vinegar Teeth, Issue #2 Damon Gentry (writer), Troy Nixey (writer, artist, letterer), Guy Major (colorist), Michelle Madsen (colorist, page 22) Dark Horse March 2018 Turner and Hooch; Riggs and Murtaugh; Kennex and Dorian—the buddy cop list is lengthy, its history robust. Now Dark Horse attempts to add to that legacy with Vinegar Teeth’s Buckle and,

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  • Grey Area: This Island Earth and Aliens in America

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    Grey Area: This Island Earth Dan Abnett (Writer), Karl Richardson, Lee Carter, Patrick Goddard (Artists), Len O’Grady, Abigail Bulmer (Colourists), Ellie De Ville (Letterer) 2000 AD 11 January 2018 Grey Area started in 2000 AD, after a pilot episode during Prog 2012. It has featured on and off since then, and focuses upon the Exo

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  • Alien: Covenant Decenters its Female Protagonist in Favor of a Man

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    Warning: This article contains spoilers for Alien: Covenant, as well as discussions of rape analogies. Is the Alien franchise a feminist one? It depends on who you ask. If, and how, and why a film is feminist has always been up for debate in film criticism circles. Feminist films are often helmed by women who

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  • #TIFF16 Review: Toxic Masculinity and Tentacles in The Untamed

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    The Untamed (La región salvaje)  Director: Amat Escalante Starring: Ruth Ramos, Simone Bucio, Jesús Meza, Edén Villavicencio, Kenny Johnston 2016 This review will contain spoilers and discussion of homophobia, rape and rape culture.

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