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Beaver Shots, Bunny Boilers, and Bad HR: Revisiting Michael Douglas' Sex Trilogy

Beaver Shots, Bunny Boilers, and Bad HR: Revisiting Michael Douglas' Sex Trilogy

Fatal Attraction, Basic Instinct, and Disclosure reveal some ugly truths about male insecurity in the late '80s and early '90s.

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Review: "Oblivion" Is Painfully Predictable Sci-Fi Eye Candy

Review: "Oblivion" Is Painfully Predictable Sci-Fi Eye Candy

Stunning visuals and Tom Cruise can't save an unimaginative story.

Review: "Chew" Streamlines Its Wild, Subversive Narrative Without Losing Any of Its Humor

Review: "Chew" Streamlines Its Wild, Subversive Narrative Without Losing Any of Its Humor

Plus, a review of The Massive's latest issue.

Review: Dark Horse's Debut "Star Wars" Issue Brings Back Everything You Loved Before The Prequels

Review: Dark Horse's Debut "Star Wars" Issue Brings Back Everything You Loved Before The Prequels

Plus, our assessments of the latest B.P.R.D. and Eerie issues.

Review: "Saga" Combines Interplanetary Warfare With Dry, Hilarious Comedy

Review: "Saga" Combines Interplanetary Warfare With Dry, Hilarious Comedy

Plus, reviews of Where is Jake Ellis?, X-O Manowar, and The Black Beetle.

Review: Brian Wood's "The Massive" Proves That There's Room For Political Comics

Review: Brian Wood's "The Massive" Proves That There's Room For Political Comics

Also, Conan gets in touch with his inner barbarian and The Victories ends in bloody fashion.

Review: "Hellboy In Hell" Marks The Heroic Demon's Triumphant Return To Dark Horse Comics

Review: "Hellboy In Hell" Marks The Heroic Demon's Triumphant Return To Dark Horse Comics

Also, Planet of the Apes: Cataclysm continues and a different type of superhero team-up emerges in Masks.

Review: "Chew" Pulls Off One Of The Most Shocking Twists Of The Year

Review: "Chew" Pulls Off One Of The Most Shocking Twists Of The Year

Plus, Fatale finishes a strong story arc and BPRD: Return of the Master gears up for the finale.

Review: "The Goon" Brings Grotesque Humor Back To Comics

Review: "The Goon" Brings Grotesque Humor Back To Comics

Plus, X-O Manowar continues with another strong installment and BPRD 1948 clues us in on the organization's early days.

Review: "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo" Is The Rare Comic Book Adaptation That Actually Works

Review: "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo" Is The Rare Comic Book Adaptation That Actually Works

Also, Manhattan Projects finally returns and 47 Ronin makes its highly-anticipated debut.

Review: "Superman: Earth One – Vol. 2" Brings The Man Of Steel Into The Modern Age

Review: "Superman: Earth One – Vol. 2" Brings The Man Of Steel Into The Modern Age

Plus, our takes on the latest issues of Happy and Fatale.

Review: "X-O Manowar" Establishes Itself As One Of The Industry's Top Superhero Books

Review: "X-O Manowar" Establishes Itself As One Of The Industry's Top Superhero Books

Plus, Dark Horse debuts Ghost debuts and Dancer gets collected.

Review: "Chew" Continues Its Winning Streak With Vampires & Dismemberment

Review: "Chew" Continues Its Winning Streak With Vampires & Dismemberment

Also, The Victories gives superheroes their edge back and No Place Like Home returns.

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