Review: Kumiko the Treasure Hunter

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One of the ways I’ve found in the past to get through the hellscape that is the January and February movie season is by zeroing in on one or two movies I’m actually looking forward to and focusing on them. This allows me to have some hope for the future while simultaneously helping me ignore the ocean of garbage then tends to come out in those the early months of the year.

And as anyone who follows me on Twitter would know, for most of this year, the movie I’ve been focusing on has been Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter (…okay also It Follows but this won the toss up). So when the universe finally saw fit to bring it within a reasonable distance of me, I went to see it as fast as I possibly could.

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Review: Darth Vader #3

With the Death Star destroyed and the Empire in shambles, Darth Vader is left in a precarious situation. After his primary space station was destroyed, along with the extensive fleet and military presence aboard the Death Star, what will he do to replace those lost soldiers? While the Empire is not one to mourn, it is one to count its losses and find a way to reform itself and find a way back to the top.

Over the past 2 issues we have seen glimpses of Vader’s hidden agenda as he attempts to re-strengthen his fleet and gain his vengeance against the rebels responsible for the Death Star’s destruction. In issue one, we watched as Darth contracted Boba Fett to find Han Solo’s Millenium Falcon, as well as Luke Skywalker. In issue two, he weeds out dissension in his ranks. Where does Vader go from there? He creates an army of unmistakably loyal soldiers! How? I’ll tell you how, right now!

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Silverwolf’s Den: The Valiant #4

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I almost didn’t want to read this issue. No, it’s not because I don’t like this miniseries; quite the opposite. However, with all of the amazing buildup during the past three issues, I had no clue how Jeff Lemire, Matt Kindt, and Paolo Rivera would wrap up this epic battle between good and evil. Still, it was hard to contain my excitement as I cracked open the pages of the final installment of The Valiant.

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Review: Pepe – CLC

Hey y’all! Cube Entertainment recently debuted a new girl group, and as a fan of Apink, I was really excited to see how this group would do. CLC (Crystal Clear)’s debut MV was released a week ago, so I’m a bit behind on the times, but I’ve finally seen the video and I can’t wait to talk about it! Without further ado, let’s take a look at CLC’s debut single, Pepe!

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