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Galavant Review: “Completely Mad…Alena/Dungeons and Dragon Lady” (Season 1, Episode 5&6)

18 January 2015 6:08 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

During Galavant‘s fifth episode, the group comes across a band of musically-inclined monks (they’ve taken a vow of singing, obviously) who welcome Gal, Isabella, and Sid into their church as a last stop on the way to saving Valencia from King Richard. “Can’t we just have a normal adventure,” asks Galavant as the monks introduce one another through rhymes, “Weird Al” Yankovic hilariously leading the pack. Given that we’re in the home stretch of the show’s first season, I’d say that’s a hard no, Gal. But where he suffers, we gain, as the show continues on the up-and-up, remaining hilarious, smart, and unexpectedly deep.

Tonight’s first episode shines more light on Madalena, who goes full Disney-villain mode as the night progresses, heightened collar and all. In the opening moments of “Completely Mad…Alena” she sings one of the best songs of the series yet, »

- Mitchel Broussard

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East Coast Comicon puts comics first

4 January 2015 10:22 AM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

In recent years, comics conventions have become less about the comics creators, who crafted (and continue to craft) the characters beloved by pop culture and more about celebrity guests. Yes, it is fun to get a picture made with your favorite Star Trek captain or Doctor Who companion, but from my personal experience as well as that of con-goers and the crowded nature of big shows like San Diego and New York Comic Con, it seems like the comics have been pushed aside for “geek culture” celebrities. Some conventions might as well take out the “comic” in “comic con”. However, some shows continue to put comics and creators first, and one of them is East Coast Comicon.

East Coast Comicon began as Asbury Park Comic Con and was held in 2012 at a converted bowling alley/rock club in Asbury Park, NJ. It was founded by independent comics creator Cliff Galbraith »

- Logan Dalton

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The "Inhumans": Enter 'Medusa'

1 January 2015 8:14 PM, PST | SneakPeek | See recent SneakPeek news »

Sneak Peek animated footage of Marvel Comics' long-haired 'Medusa' soon to appear in Marvel Studios' developing feature the "Inhumans":

'Medusa' created by writer Stan Lee and illustrator/co-plotter Jack Kirby, debuted in Marvel's "Fantastic Four #36 (1965), belonging to the 'Inhumans', a species mutated by the 'Terrigen Mists' produced under the city-state of 'Attilan', located in the oxygen-rich 'Blue Area of the Moon'.

During her adolescent years Medusa would often visit her distant cousin 'Black Bolt' learning to communicate with him through body language. 

During the course of these visits, the two fell in love and became engaged, witnessing a psychotic confrontation between Black Bolt and his insane brother 'Maximus the Mad'.

Medusa possesses long hair, with every strand containing tensile strength, modulus of elasticity, and shear resistance similar to iron wire of the same thickness.

She also possesses the psychokinetic ability to animate her hair for a number of feats, »

- Michael Stevens

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