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    by Published on 03-08-2012 03:25 AM
    cover for Infestation 2: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #1

    Review by: Walt Kneeland (walt.kneeland@gmail.com )
    Quick Rating: Very Good

    The TMNT find themselves facing a horror unlike anything they've seen before, as weirdness grips the city.

    Written by: Tristan Jones
    Art by: Mark Torres
    Colors by: Jay Fotos
    Lettering by: Shawn Lee
    Edited by: Bobby Curnow
    Covers by: menton3, Livio Ramondelli, Mark Torres
    Published by: IDW

    While people disappear and weird weather pounds the city, the Turtles find themselves drawn into things. Though the craziness seems to be topside, they know that as stuff heats up, events are bound to wind up in their laps as well. While they try to decide what to do, the power blows, and Splinter realizes they're not alone. Setting out to see what's causing this particular disturbance, the turtles soon find themselves dealing with a rather disgusting creature; once defeated they seek out where the creature came from, and face an even worse horror that threatens to tear the mutant family apart.

    This is the first of the Infestation books that I've really had a vested interest in. I've been reading and greatly enjoying IDW's new TMNT-verse, and so had been curious about how an Infestation tie-in would come across, given this is smack in the middle of a series I've been following for more than half a year now. ...
    by Published on 03-08-2012 12:40 AM
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    Unlike so many of my nerdy brethren, I am not a lifelong fan of John Carter, Warlord of Mars. I was dimly aware of the character of course - it would be very difficult to travel in my circles and never hear his name - but I knew very little about him. He was created by Edgar Rice Burroughs, the novels were about a human on Mars, he was a comic book star for a while in the 70s and Disney was making a movie about him... yeah. That was just about it. And as such, that upcoming movie wasn't one I was massively interested in. The attachment of Wall-E's Andrew Stanton was way more interesting to me than John Carter himself.
    by Published on 03-07-2012 08:13 PM
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    Here's part 2 of the DC New 52 Preview list for 3/7!

    Men of War #7

    James Robinson, J.T. Krul
    Art: Scott Kolins, Phli Winslade
    Colors: Phil Winslade
    Letters: Rob Leigh
    Cover: Viktor Kalvachev
    Publisher: DC Comics
    Release: March 7, 2012

    by Published on 03-07-2012 06:34 PM
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    Gather round boys and girls! Here are the DC Comics New 52 previews for 3/7!

    Action Comics #7

    Grant Morrison, Sholly Fisch
    Art: Rags Morales, Rick Bryant, Brad Walker
    Colors: Brad Anderson
    Letters: Patrick Brosseau
    Cover: Rags Morales, Brad Anderson
    Publisher: DC Comics
    Release: March 7, 2012

    by Published on 03-06-2012 06:38 PM

    Earlier today Electronic Arts released the first trailer for the upcoming game Medal of Honor Warfighter. Medal of Honor Warfighter looks to build off the 2010 reboot of the long standing series while ratcheting things up ...
    by Published on 03-06-2012 12:00 PM
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    Despite my previous comments about what has been keeping me busy, I have had some free time all of which has been devoted to, since August of last year, one thing... a video game. After years of writing about them this revelation is not going be in the running for Surprise of the Year, but note that there was not a plural form in there. Along with major changes in my personal life I also got one of the best possible birthday presents ever being invited to The Old Republic beta. While this happened a lot later than I was hoping, the fact that it still happened was awesome. Maybe BioWare does love me after all.

    ... yeah, that may have been taking things too far.
    by Published on 03-06-2012 11:46 AM
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    by Published on 03-05-2012 08:10 PM
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    Reviewer: Terry Verticchio
    Quick Rating: Good
    MPAA: R

    US SEALs race against time to stop a Terrorist attack on US Soil.

    Starring: US Seals, Jason Cottle, Alex Veadov, Roselyn Sanchez
    Screenplay: Kurt Johnstad
    Directors: Mike McCoy, Scott Waugh
    Producers: Jason Clark, Max Leitman, Lance Sloane, Scott Waugh, Mike McCoy
    Presented by: Relativity Media
    Release Date: February 24, 2012.

    I'm sure everyone has heard of the story behind the making of Act of Valor. The Directors managed to secure active duty SEAL Special Forces to portray themselves in a fictional account of their exploits. They are, I'm sure, trying for the ultimate example of authenticity in cinematic history. But this desire is a double edged sword.

    Let's begin with the story. Seems a Chechnya Rebel named Abu Shabal doesn't appreciate how America has ignored their attempts at achieving freedom for their homeland, as well he doesn't like America's occupation of Muslim lands. So he initiates a large and complex plan to exact some measure of revenge on the US.
    by Published on 03-05-2012 06:16 PM

    Today Ubisoft released the much anticipated Assassin's Creed 3 trailer. As many of you may know, the first image of the game was leaked onto the internet last week by a ...
    by Published on 03-05-2012 03:53 PM

    This month, the $40 Pull List goes video!

    Its been five years since the $40 Pull List started up on cxPulp, and I thought it was time to try something a little different. With that in mind, this is the first video installment of the Pull List. Check it out, and please do let me know what you think by posting a comment. If you like it, I will look at continuing it as a video presentation.

    Suggestions are welcome! I found after wrapping this up that it was a bit longer than I had hoped, so for future installments I am considering doing it weekly instead of monthly. Of course, Id love to hear your comments on that.
    by Published on 03-04-2012 10:14 PM
    cover for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Microseries: Donatello

    Review by: Walt Kneeland (walt.kneeland@gmail.com )
    Quick Rating: Great

    Taking some time to get away from his brothers, Donatello visits a science fair and comes face to face with his online nemesis, and stumbles across something even more sinister.

    Story by: Brian Lynch
    Script by: Brian Lynch & Tom Waltz
    Art by: Valerio Schiti
    Colors by: Scarletgothica & Ilaria Traversi
    Letters by:Robbie Robbins
    Editor: Bobby Curnow
    Cover: David Peterson
    Published by: IDW

    This is the third issue of the TMNT Micro-Series. While it's billed as #3 (of 4) it's really a one-shot, spotlighting a solo adventure of Donatello, apart from his brothers. The issue opens with Donnie finding himself invited to a science fair. Opting to venture out into "his" world of science folks, Donnie leaves his brothers in the sewer, as he heads topside to mingle. When an invention doesn't work quite as planned, Don finds himself face to face with his online nemesis. The two deal with a common challenge: one Baxter Stockman. As the battle plays out, Don and the scientist's rivalry does as well. In the course of this, Don comes across Stockman's latest plot, which has disturbing potential against the turtles.

    FF #15 

    by Published on 03-04-2012 10:04 PM
    Writer: Jonathan Hickman
Art: Nick Dragotta
Colors: Chris Sotomayor
Letters: Clayton Cowles
Cover Art: Mike Choi & Guru EFX
Editor: Tom Brevoort
Publisher: Marvel Comics

    Review By: Blake M. Petit BlakeMPetit@gmail.com
    Quick Rating: Fair
    Title: The One Where Power Pack Shows Up
    Rating: T

    Alex Powers siblings show up for the face off against the Celestials!

    Writer: Jonathan Hickman
    Art: Nick Dragotta
    Colors: Chris Sotomayor
    Letters: Clayton Cowles
    Cover Art: Mike Choi & Guru EFX; June Brigman (Variant)
    Editor: Tom Brevoort
    Publisher: Marvel Comics

    Franklin and Valeria Richards, with the rest of the kids of the Future Foundation, have taken the battle with the Mad Celestials back to Earth. With the Celestials bound upon killing Reed Richards, Alex Power calls his brother and sisters the Power Pack, to pick up his new team and lend a hand.

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