• doctor: what kind of haircut do you want
  • me, an intellectual, shoving breadsticks into my purse: The Nutshack but every Nutshack is an entire episode of LazyTown but every time Sportacus is on screen it's the entire 12 oz. Mouse series but every awkward silence is twenty three times as long
  • doctor: my parents aren't home
  • me to me: Darude - Sandstorm
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Doctor Strange and Zelma make what may well be their last house-call! An evil unlike any you’ve seen puts Strange in his toughest spot yet, stripping him of his magic, leaving him only with his crippled fists to defend himself.
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99


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Review: Doctor Strange #25

John Barber (writer), Kevin Nowlan, Scott Hanna, Dexter Vines, Mark Morales, Terry Pallot, Tom Palmer, Dan Brown, Juan Frigeri & Java Tartaglia (art), and VC’s Cory Petit (letters)

It was a week for multiple-artist issues and filler issues, and here in lies another. It seems like we’re in a weird post-Secret Empire pre-Legacy limbo where stories can’t really get into where they’re going until Marvel gets the blueprint out there. It works better some places than others, and while Doctor Strange is my second all time favorite comic character and I love the story that Aaron and now Hopeless have been writing, this issue with guest writer John Barber is good but not great. I was really impressed with how he was able to switch between present day and the past, narrating the past adventure uncannily perfect to the way Strange was written in the Silver age. As someone who has read a lot of old Doctor Strange, it was really cool to see someone pull that off so well. In addition to the dialog, the art changed between past and present, and artists Kevin Nowlan and company did an expert job depicting Stephen as he often was at the time. So while this was a filler issue with a so-so story in terms of being interested, the way it was crafted is entirely commendable. I was incredibly impressed with the team, and to have a guest author come in and do such an expansive work and nail all aspects of the tone was a great accomplishment. Overall, I would call this a success. I think even Stan Lee would be proud.


Quick how to on how to get the Homerun trophy in Fallout 4. It’s pretty simple actually. The basic idea is to run the bases in Diamond City as one would in baseball.

Homebase is at the base of the stairs between the barber and doctor. Next, first base is to the right, past the Dugout Inn, and up the steps before the Science! Center. Continue straight down the steps. Second base is just before the garden and sleeping area. From second base turn left, down the alley where Nick Valentine’s office is. It’s just as the end of the alley. From third, turn left and run straight on down back to home base. That’s it! You got your homerun!