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Why do they fight? That seems to be the eternal question repeated in each season of AMC’s “The Walking Dead.” Usually, that question isn’t that hard to answer; survive and get back to a normal way of life. In Season … Continue reading
One of the greatest qualities of “The Walking Dead” is how the show manages to turn the short appearance of a character into an avalanche of emotion – whether that be love or hatred. In other shows, like in “Mad Men” … Continue reading
Celebrate all things “Doctor Who” at Comic Store West in Springettsbury Township, York County. And don’t forget your sonic screwdriver.
April Fool’s Day has come and gone, but there are plenty of chances to get a laugh this month. Here is a list of upcoming comedy events: A Night of Magic and Wonder, featuring Scott Alexander from “America’s Got Talent” … Continue reading
Screen Jeers tackles the 2008 superhero movie “The Spirit.”
It’s not a birthday party without a little bit of Star Wars action. Comix Connection, which has locations at the West Manchester Mall in York and on the Carlisle Pike in Mechanicsburg, is celebrating its 24th anniversary with a birthday … Continue reading
Harvey Pekar, creator of the autobiographical comic book series and movie “American Splendor” was found dead Monday at his Cleveland Heights home. Pekar had prostate cancer, asthma, high blood pressure and depression, said Michael Cannon, but according to the Associated … Continue reading