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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

November 21, 2017   |   Ithaca, NY

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.

Review: Comics for the week of 11/8

By , | Nov 10, 2017

“Action Comics #991”
Written by Dan Jurgens
Drawn by Viktor Bogdanovic
Throughout DC Rebirth, the Superman series has gradually built towards the Doomsday Clock event.

Review: Thunderous third ‘Thor’ film disappoints

By | Nov 6, 2017

The MCU is often criticized for sticking to the same formula. The latest addition to the series stands apart because it tries to stand apart.

Review: Comics for the weeks of 10/26 and 11/2

By , | Nov 4, 2017

Staff writers Aidan Lentz and Colin Tessier are back with the reviews of the biggest comics from the last two weeks.

Review: Stephen King adaptation is a killer drama

By | Oct 31, 2017

“1922” isn’t a simple revenge tale, it’s a supernatural meditation on karma and consequence.

Review: Comics for the week of 10/11

By , | Oct 13, 2017

Staff Writers Aidan Lentz and Colin Tessier read a few of the latest comic releases, here’s what they thought of them.

Review: Cult-classic killer is better off dead

By | Oct 6, 2017

“Cult of Chucky” is a disappointing addition to the “Child’s Play” franchise. It does not bring anything new to the Chucky mythos.

Review: Comics for the week of 10/4

By , | Oct 5, 2017

“Batman: White Knight #1”
Written and Drawn by Sean Murphy
Hell hath no fury like a Joker scorned.

Review: Netflix horror-thriller doesn’t play around

By | Oct 2, 2017

Based on the novel by Stephen King, “Gerald’s Game” is a twisted, violent psychological thriller about a woman’s fight to survive.

Review: Comics for the week of 9/27

By , | Sep 28, 2017

Staff Writers Aidan Lentz and Colin Tessier read a few of the latest comic releases, here’s what they thought of them.

Ithaca professor leads social justice workshops at Juilliard

By | Sep 26, 2017

“The point of those exercises is to teach you what your gut reaction is, so you can learn what your inherent biases are and point them out.”

Review: Comics for the week of 9/20

By , | Sep 23, 2017

Staff Writers Aidan Lentz and Colin Tessier read a few of the latest comic releases, here’s what they thought of them.