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Daily Archives: April 1, 2016

Canadian Government Uncovers Super-Soldier James “Logan” Howlett

Apparently it’s all true, the Library and Archives Canada has acquired the declassified journals and military records of Canadian Super-Soldier James “Logan Howlett. Details to follow after the jump.

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The Audacious Eleven Podcast: The Crappiest Trip Ever

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The Biff Bam Pop! Podcast Network presents The Audacious Eleven Podcast, featuring Wendy Sheridan, Mary McGinley, Donna Juzva, and Biff Bam Pop’s own Robin Renee.

Audacious Eleven is a reality podcast that ventures from Pagan spirituality and life empowerment to technology, entrepreneurship, love, sex, and fandom.

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Guardians of the Galaxy S01 E16: We Are the World Tree

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As it appears the episode titles have gone from cool classic rock to just ridiculous groaning puns, the Guardians of the Galaxy find themselves in Asgard, battling Thor and Angela to discover the origin of the Cosmic Seed. Meet me after the celestial jump for my thoughts on “We Are the World Tree.”

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Will Batman V Superman Bleed During Its Second Weekend?

The DC Expanded Universe is in full effect, critics be damned. But will last week’s big winner hold strong, or will it crash and burn during week two? Here are our predictions:

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Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice has been hugely successful all week long, and has already crossed the $200 million mark in North America in just seven days. The response to the film has been genuinely controversial, as it really has become a love it or hate it experience, with very little middle ground. Insiders figure that the film has got to make $1 billion around the world for it to actually be profitable, so the amount the movie drops from last week to this week is actually going to be important. On that note, I have a feeling we’re going to see a fairly steep drop for Batman V Superman. Look for it to pull in $60 million as it holds on to the top spot. Read the rest of this entry

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