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Comics for Tarantino fans – part 1

Hitman #1 It makes sense that Garth Ennis chose to put this amusing riff on Reservoir Dogs’ opening lines in the very first issue of Hitman. Ennis shares with Quentin Tarantino a penchant for dark humor, graphic dismemberment, and lengthy … Continue reading

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Spotlight on The Punisher MAX

What if The Punisher comics were much darker, more gruesomely violent, and aimed at a mature audience? That’s the premise of The Punisher MAX, Garth Ennis’ grim reimagining of Frank Castle’s war on crime. If Garth Ennis’ previous work with … Continue reading

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Spotlight on The Punisher – part 2

The thing about the Punisher is that he’s a fairly one-dimensional character, so every so often the folks at Marvel come up with a desperate attempt to make things more interesting. And while they may not always succeed from a … Continue reading

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Imaginary Batman team-ups by Warren Ellis – part 2

If you read the last post, you know what’s going on. Here are another five appealing team-ups between Batman and Warren Ellis’ creations: LAZARUS CHURCHYARD With eighty percent of his body replaced with an intelligent evolving plastic, Lazarus Churchyard cannot … Continue reading

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