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The Last Jedi Reveals its Trailer, and Fans Unleash the Theories

Written by on 17 April 2017

Star Wars Celebration Orlando 2017 wrapped up Sunday, and boasted a good number of highlights: the heart-crushingly sweet tribute to Princess Leia and Carrie Fisher, the announcement of the game Star Wars Battlefront II coming in November, more tantalizing hints on the Disney parks’ Star Wars-themed expansions, and a ton of celebrity panels. The big […]

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What Marvel Could Learn From Astro City

Written by on 7 April 2017

By now, everyone from comics bloggers to news sites (both left and right-leaning) has had their say about comments by Marvel Comics vice president of sales David Gabriel saying the onslaught of diversity, including many female characters, is hurting sales. The responses to this ranged from, “that’s what happens when you mess with established characters,” […]

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All of Your Favorite Superheroes Suck

Written by on 23 March 2017

In an earlier piece I pointed out how moribund the Star Wars/Star Trek franchises had become, and despite the endless movies, TV shows, and novels produced in these worlds, they provided nothing new, exciting, or interesting for the consumer. Wonder Woman: June 2017 Release When it comes to past-their-prime franchises, I left out the oldest […]

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Evan McMullin Accuses Feral Cat of ‘Xenophobia’

Written by on 16 March 2017

(WARNING: SATIRE AHEAD) Evan McMullin has found a second career in denouncing anyone who wishes that America remains a nation with borders. But expert sources tell The Loftus Party even they were surprised when he turned his wrath on a feral cat, accusing it of being “xenophobic” for not denouncing Donald Trump’s latest executive order […]

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Logan – A Mature Comic Book Story

Written by on 14 March 2017

CONTAINS SPOILERS! Logan is for mature audiences and for the first time, “mature” doesn’t mean there’s a sex scene. Hugh Jackman’s final X-Men movie is a somber farewell told in the style of the comic book series at its absolute pinnacle in the early eighties. Chris Claremont, along with co-writer and artist John Byrne, cast […]

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