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Edward Scissorhands Volume 1: Parts Unknown by Drew Rausch

I saw Edward Scissorhands in its original run in the theaters in 1990 (I don’t know why I thought it was released a few years earlier than that). 376 more words


Edward Scissorhands Volume 1: Parts Unknown

Edward Scissorhands, written by Kate Leth and illustrated by Drew Rausch, revisits the well-loved character after two generations of exile. When he accidentally lets loose a murderous invention of his creator’s he has to leave the safety of his castle and team up with Kim’s granddaughter, Megan, who grew up thinking he was just a myth. 135 more words


7 Things You Never Knew About 'She's All That'

If ever you were looking for an indication that the ’90s are back, look no further than the rumored remake of She’s All That.

The Wrap… 714 more words


My Little Pop Icons by Mari Kasurinen aka Spippo

Mari Kasurinen aka Spippo on Deviant Art produces highly detailed, and very limited, custom My Little Pony pieces that draw inspiration from movies, celebrities, historical figures and the pop culture world in which we live. 62 more words

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3 Things: Comic Books Based on Movies

Commence impressive movie trailer voice:  In a world littered with film sequels, Smalerie finds herself on an unexpected journey.  Join her as she bravely reads three distinct titles designed to work as a continuations of films, in hopes of discovering…if they are any good! 1,126 more words


IDW Publishing Previews: 4/8/15

Dead Squad #5

Matthew Federman & Stephen Scaia (w) • Michael Montenat (a) • Dave Hartman (c)

It’s a battle on the high seas as Blake, Hooper, and Vargas confront Fisher and his renegade army. 485 more words


Movie Marathon Part 1

Owing to the fact that I have very thankfully been on spring break, I have finally been able to do a movie marathon! Since I’ve watched no less than nine movies within the past week, I will probably have two (or maybe three-depends how much I write about Interstellar :p) separate posts concerning this marathon. 1,687 more words