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  • No matter if you read the manga or watch the anime, words can’t properly describe the insanity of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure. You need to see the rightfully bizarre adventures of the Joestar family to believe them. The story of JoJo’s spans decades. Each part of the story focuses on a new member of the Joestar […]

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    Get used to hearing all about the Young Avengers. Though official news has yet to break, rumors suggest a TV adaptation is coming. Young Avengers originally began in April 2005 and quickly built up a rabid fanbase. However, it’s the 2013 run that we’re going to spend some time on today. Written by Kieron Gillen […]

  • Any time Alan Moore pens a new comic book, people take notice. But, this League of Extraordinary Gentlemen spin-off does more than coast off Moore’s popularity. It’s a fantastic work in its own right and certainly deserves to be considered one of the best of the decade. The Nemo Trilogy follows Queen Janni Nemo and […]

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    You could argue that Thor had the most to gain from the comic book craze of the 2010s. While plenty of people were fixated on the character’s big-screen adventures, many missed out Jason Aaron’s legendary run writing for Thor. Lasting an astonishing seven years, Aaron constructs an epic tale from 2012’s Thor: God of Thunder […]

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    If you want to hear a comic shop owner gush, ask them about Saga. First published in March 2012 and still releasing monthly issues to this date, Saga is often described as a mash-up between Star Wars, Game of Thrones, The Lord of the Rings, and Romeo and Juliet. Created by writer Brian K. Vaughan, […]

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    Iron Man, Captain America, and Black Panther may have defined the current state of Marvel, but they have no claim to its future. The future belongs to Ms. Marvel. Written by G. Willow Wilson and mostly illustrated by Adrian Alphona, Ms. Marvel follows protagonist Kamala Khan, a Pakistani-American teen living in New Jersey. She enjoys […]

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    Former CIA agent, Tom King has made quite a name for himself in the world of comics. Bursting on the scene with Grayson, receiving critical acclaim for 2015’s The Vision, and taking Batman to new heights with his Rebirth run, King’s resume is filled with quality. So, it’s no surprise that DC Comics tapped him […]

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    A matriarchal, post-apocalyptic society filled with magic, monsters, and violence? Sign us up. From writer Marjorie Lie and artist Sana Takeda, Monstress follows a teenage girl named Maika, who shares a psychic connection with a powerful monster. Maika is struggling with her access to remarkable power while also setting out to avenge the death of […]

  • Hard science fiction collides with a comic industry tent-pole in this invigoratingly fresh take on the X-Men. Building off of his success writing Avengers and Secret Wars, writer Jonathan Hickman set out to sprinkle some of his magic dust on another fan-favorite Marvel property. And boy, did he ever deliver. House of X and Power […]

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    In a world filled with superhero titans like Captain America, Iron Man, and the Hulk, it’s easy to forget about Hawkeye. That is, until all-star writer Matt Fraction teamed up with pen-and-paper wizard David Aja. Matt Fraction elevates Clint Barton’s relatively modest character arc. After all, Hawkeye is the everyman in a universe of superior […]

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    10 years before the start of the comic, Black Hammer, along with six other heroes, saved Spiral City from annihilation. But, in the process, the heroic ensemble was trapped in Rockwood, a purgatory-like town with no hope of escape. Ever since its release in 2016, Black Hammer has become a mainstay of Dark Horse Comics. […]

  • You can find a ton of creative recipes online to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. There are traditional dinner ideas, drink concoctions that only the Irish could think of and hands-on recipes kids can help you with. Just make sure to keep some green food coloring handy since many of these ordinary treats require at least […]

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    It’s amazing how adding a bit of food coloring can completely transform foods into something for any holiday, like this St. Patrick’s Day Crispy Treat Recipe. It’s a one-pan treat that’s super easy to make festive with a green Irish twist.

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    This is one of the most popular foods eaten around St. Patrick’s Day, and for good reason. Irish soda bread was introduced to the UK in the late 1830’s after baking soda was brought in. Irish soda bread became a country staple out of necessity because few ingredients were readily available for citizens at the […]

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    Cake pops are really delicious desserts that also happen to make cute party favors. They’re not difficult to bake either, especially since the Cake Pop recipe from Two Twenty One calls for boxed cake and pre-made icing. There’s no right or wrong way to decorate cake pops, as long you start doing it once the […]

  • Gingerbread cookies are traditionally eaten around Christmas, but there’s no reason why this tasty treat should only be consumed in the winter. Gingerbread cookies are one of the easiest desserts to decorate however you want. All it takes is icing, some candy and a bit of creativity. You can cut them in the shape of […]

  • This White Chocolate Candy Bark recipe might just be one of the easiest desserts you can make to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. It’s a no-bake treat that uses only five ingredients and takes minutes to make. To give it a fun twist for March 17th, mix in some green food coloring and sprinkles into the […]

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    If you’re a baking pro or want to challenge yourself in the kitchen, St. Patrick’s Day might be the perfect time to do it with this Mint French Macarons Recipe. It’s a French delicacy that can easily be customized to celebrate any occasion thanks to its colorful appearance. This entry-level recipe breaks macarons down into […]

  • Cake is a classic go-to whenever you’re in need of a dessert to celebrate something. It can be an intimidating thing to bake for some people, so feel free to use boxed cake if starting from scratch isn’t your thing. Once the cake is ready to be decorated, check out this Pourable Icing recipe from […]

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    Mixing romance, drama, and science-fiction, 2016’s Your Name tells the story of a Tokyo high school boy, Taki. He inexplicably swaps bodies with Mitsuha, a high school female living in a rural town. Your Name touched many. As such, it was critically acclaimed for its complex narrative, music, emotional story, and animation. It went on […]