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In this week's frESHlook I've got more quick-take reactions to new visuals for some popular anime, video games, and comics to share this week.

The comic books Batman 66 and Wonder Woman 77 are a step in the right direction, I think.

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It's time for a brand new frESHlook. This week I'm looking at some game stuff, some anime, and more.

One of the greatest writers of the 20th century, James Joyce never tried comic book writing. But if he had, it is certain that the Archie comics would have been a lot different. Here's a little excerpt from a story

I like movies. I guess I love movies. But I've always tried to put movies in proper context with everything else around me. I was there for the first showing of Star Wars in 1977. I liked it so much, I

So many new things to check out that are coming soon...are you ready for a new frESHlook?

frESHlook - For Your Eye-holes

I've gathered together another round of first peeks, and gut reactions to some new anime, comics, and game stuff coming your way this week on Twitter.

Another week, another set of first looks and knee-jerk reactions to newly announced or released teasers in the realms of nerdery.

It's an idea that's at least 50 years in the making. When the original TV version of Batman was introduced in 1966, DC Comics should have put out its own title to take advantage of a campy, over-the-top version of