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Stan Lee’s Los Angeles Comic Con Amazes With Year Seven

By Nolan P. Smith Photos by Nolan P. Smith I remember attending the first Los Angeles Comic Con, then known as the Comikaze Expo. Fast forward to 2017, and Stan Lee’s Los Angeles Comic Con (LACC) is no longer the “new kid” on the convention circuit- they are a heavyweight contender. Once again residing in […]

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Stan Lee’s Los Angeles Comic Con Kicks Off This Friday

By Jason T. Smith (Victor Valley)– Halloween is just around the corner. It also means that it is time once again for Stan Lee’s Los Angeles Comic Con. Formerly known to many as the Comikaze Expo, Stan Lees L.A. Comic Con has graced Southern Californians for 6 years and counting with comic book greatness in […]

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San Diego Comic Con Kicks Off This Week

Comic Con Brings Plenty to the Convention Center and Downtown San Diego By Nolan P. Smith (Victor Valley)—In Southern California, the summer means vacation, beach visits, and the return of the San Diego Comic Con. Pastrami Nation will once again be covering the show all week, bringing you a ton of photos and information throughout […]

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Amazon Prime Video Brings The Tick to SDCC 2017

The beloved hero The Tick takes aim at SDCC By Staff Reports This summer, a beloved comic-book favorite is back and more hilariously righteous than ever. Amazon Prime Video will be making its first foray into the hero universe with its’ Amazon Original Series, The Tick. The retail pioneer partnered with Sony Pictures and the […]

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Scum and Villainy Cantina Celebrates May the Fourth by Extending Thru June

The galaxy’s watering hole cesspool Scum and Villainy extends through June By Staff Reports (Victor Valley)– The Scum & Villainy Cantina, the popular pop-up intergalactic experience that has been virtually sold out for its initial two-month run, is extending its inaugural activation through June 2017, proprietor J.C. Reifenberg announced Monday night at the Hollywood establishment.

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Netflix’s Iron Fist Series Review: Fists of Fury

Marvel’s Last Defender Gets His Own Series- Did Iron Fist Measure Up to the Netflix Legacy? By Nolan P. Smith When it was announced that Marvel would be bringing a slew of series to Netflix, with the plan of leading up to a Defenders series, which would unite all the heroes, I was ecstatic. Daredevil, […]

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Netflix’s Death Note Trailer is Here

Netflix to release film based on the manga/anime Death Note on August 25th By Nolan P. Smith Death Note is a global phenomenon. The anime was amazing, the live action films were superb, the manga is fantastic- and now, the Netflix original movie will be hitting the ‘net on August 25th, check out the trailer […]

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Netflix Releases Voltron 84 Trailer Hand Picked by the Creators of DreamWorks Voltron Legendary Defender

The Classic Voltron from 1984 Comes Roaring Back to Netflix By Staff Reports Before DreamWorks Voltron Legendary Defender debuted, there was the original 1984 series, Voltron: Defender of the Universe. Now, 12 of these classic episodes have been handpicked and introduced by the creative powers behind DreamWorks Voltron Legendary Defender, who share the iconic moments that entertained them as kids and […]

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Doctor Who Spin-Off Class Debuts on BBC America April 15th

In the vein of Doctor Who, Class looks to impress this spring By Staff Reports Set in London, BBC AMERICA’s new coming-of-age series, Class, follows four ordinary Coal Hill Academy students from opposite ends of the cafeteria’s social landscape, who find themselves drawn together in the most extraordinary of circumstances. The students must form an […]

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