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TV Review: Franklin & Bash – “Pilot”

Franklin & Bash is fun, but if you stop to think, doesn't make a lot of sense. Read More »

TV Review: Hawaii Five-0 – “Oia’i’o”

Hawaii Five-0 proves CBS can do more than boring, fomulaic procedurals, as well as give exciting cliffhangers! Read More »

Justice Has Been Done: Three Moments from the Morning of Monday, May 2nd

Thoughts on heroes and heroism, in comic books and in life. Read More »

Book Review: The Fire Inside: A Side Kicks Novel by Raymond Rose

Saving a world from villains in the usual superhero fashion. Read More »

Book Review: Katrina: A Freight Train Screamin’ by Cary Black

American determination and heroism at its best. Read More »

TV Review: Californication – “The Recused”

Hank gets away with everything on Californication, and I'm read for a Marcy / Charlie reunion. Read More »

TV Review: The Cape – “Pilot” and “Tarot”

The Cape had a few holes in the origin story, but was better than any fall premiere this year. Read More »

DVD Review: Bing Crosby – The Television Specials – Volume Two: The Christmas Specials

Four of Bing Crosby's Christmas specials are now available on DVD. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Heroes: Season Four

Heroes: Season Four brings the once popular series final series to DVD. Read More »

TV Review: The Event Will Be One to Watch

The Event has a fantastic cast, intriguing story, and the possibility of becoming must-see tv. Read More »