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August 20, 2019   |   Ithaca, NY

Deja View: A look back at pop culture in 2017

By | Dec 15, 2017

Senior writer Jake Leary sat down with a collection of Ithacan writers, editors and producers to round out 2017.

Review: Comics for the week of 12/6

By , | Dec 8, 2017

“Justice League #34”
Written by Christopher Priest
Drawn by Pete Woods
“Justice League #34,” starts strong, but fades fast.  

Review: Comics for the week of 11/15

By , | Nov 18, 2017

“Batman #35”
Written by Tom King
Drawn by Joëlle Jones
“Batman #35” celebrates 800 issues of the titular character, and it continues a recent shift away from classic Batman stories.

Deja View: The many problems with the DC Extended Universe

By | Oct 3, 2017

On this packed episode of Deja View, Reviews Editor Jake Leary speaks with Staff Writers Aidan Lentz and Colin Tessier and Contributing Writer Antonio Ferme.

Deja View: ‘Lego Ninjago’ and building the perfect Lego film

By | Sep 27, 2017

In the latest episode of Deja View Reviews Editor Jake Leary and Staff Writer Aidan Lentz talk about “The LEGO Ninjago Movie” and what the Lego franchise has left to offer.

Deja View: DC Rebirth and comic book continuity

By | Mar 21, 2017

This week on Deja View, Reviews Editor Jake Leary sits down with returning guest, staff Writer Colin Tessier to talk about DC Rebirth.

Deja View: ‘Logan’ and the problems with superhero movies

By | Mar 8, 2017

In this week’s episode of Deja View, Assistant Life & Culture Editor Jake Leary sits down with Contributing Writer Colin Tessier to discuss his review of “Logan.” Then, Jake and Colin discuss what they want to see more of in the upcoming superhero blockbusters.

Review: Lego Batman builds upon extensive character history

By | Feb 14, 2017

“The LEGO Batman Movie” highlights how goofy the character is — a refreshing take for viewers sick of the dark and brooding Batman of recent years.

The New Weekly Superheroes

By | Sep 16, 2014

We all know about the crazy success Superhero movies have had over the better part of this decade, but the box office isn’t the only option to get your superhero fix this fall.

Super comic store powers up

By | Nov 2, 2011

Batman lives in Gotham, Buffy Summers in Sunnydale and Clark Kent in Metropolis. But one store in downtown Ithaca has provided a home for all of these characters for the past three decades.