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Tag Archives: Black Thought

Comic Book Legend: The Legacy Of Carmine Infantino

I started out reading DC comics. They were action packed and no matter who the hero or heroine was, there was a moral to the story. In place of any sort of guidance from my elders on moral turpitude, the stories served as a paradigm by which to live my life. I was the underdog in my own life story …

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Harmony Korine’s ‘Springbreakers’: A Review

A legitimately bad film is never memorable. It might last as a random remembrance, but not much more. I saw the trailer for “Spring Breakers” and chuckled to myself. Sexualized violence has been over-cooked for some time now. In fact, it’s become a staple of American culture as anyone with a television can attest. Was this another banger film with …

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