Monthly Archives: May 2014

The Angriest Man In Brooklyn: Finding Our Joy (Movie Review)

“Anger is my refuge, my shield, my birthright.”–Henry Altmann All of us have had bad days; some of us have bad lies. It’s not necessarily because everything goes wrong, but because of how we handle it or receive it. It’s … Continue reading

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X-Men Rewind: A Parable Of Society (Movie Review)

With the seventh X-Men feature releasing tomorrow, I’ve been reviewing the previously-released elements of the cinematic mythology. It’s hard not to draw from the various comic books, television shows, etc. but I’ve tried to keep it limited to what the … Continue reading

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Batman Zero Year- Secret City: A Reluctant Bruce Wayne (Book Review)

Sure, this is about Batman, but this is even more about Bruce Wayne. Before Gotham arrives on your television this fall! The origin of Batman has been told before. Whether it’s Tim Burton or Christopher Nolan on the big screen, … Continue reading

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@Haleycampbelly The Art of @Neilhimself : The Growth Of The Artist (Book Review)

You might be fooled into thinking that the oversized, full-color look at Neil Gaiman’s art history (and writing) was just that, a history of art. But a closer examination of the book reveals that the author of American Gods and the mind … Continue reading

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Ten Words #4: Just Breathe

“Remember the Sabbath day by keeping it holy. Six days you shall labor and do all your work, but the seventh day is a sabbath to the Lord your God. On it you shall not do any work, neither you, … Continue reading

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Marcus Borg’s Convictions: Essays From A Christian Elder (Book Review)

Marcus Borg, author of The Heart of Christianity, delivers a look at his own life and an older, wiser look at faith in his seventies via Convictions: How I Learned What Matters Most. Sharing from his own experiences and offering an overview … Continue reading

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David Wellington’s Hydra Protocol: Spy With A Soul (Book Review)

Jim Chapel gave one of his arms to defend the United States as a Ranger, but after losing his almost-fiancee’s love because of his work, he finds himself realizing that the only thing he has left is the job itself. … Continue reading

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