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Please Don’t Remake Indiana Jones

Please Don’t Remake Indiana Jones

Chris Pratt is America’s sweetheart and I love it. I loved him when he was a doughy goofball on Parks and Recreation, and I loved him as chiseled, swaggering Star Lord. He even made Jurassic World worth watching with the [...]

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REVIEW: Citrus, Vol. 3 by Saburouta

REVIEW: Citrus, Vol. 3 by Saburouta

Yuzuko Aihara, a high school girl interested in fashion and fun, is transferred to a conservative all-girls school following her mom’s sudden remarriage. On her first day of class, she manages to make enemies with the beautiful but serious Student [...]

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Our On List: August 2015

Our On List: August 2015

"I'm not a huge gamer - more of a button-masher, actually - but Hyrule Warriors is one of the only console games I've ever been completely obsessed with. A Legend of Zelda game using the game mechanics of Dynasty Warriors, [...]

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5 F/F Romances for the Happily-Ever-After Lover

5 F/F Romances for the Happily-Ever-After Lover

For Girls in Capes’ Diverse Reads Week 2015, we’re joined by Emily London, the editor and publisher of Oktopus Ink, who shares five books featuring F/F romances with happy endings we should be reading. I’m a sucker for good romance, especially romance [...]

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REVIEW: Shutter by Courtney Alameda

REVIEW: Shutter by Courtney Alameda

If the way to my heart is paved with monsters and science, Courtney Alameda absolutely stole it with SHUTTER. Her debut novel follows reaper and tetrachromat Micheline Helsing and her crew as she attempts to save herself, her friends, and [...]

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