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If You Like This, You’ll Like…

If You Like This, You’ll Like…

“Our happiness depends on the habit of mind we cultivate.” – Norman Vincent Peale, Author Much of the positive feedback about KeithKarabin.com speaks about loving the positive message, engaging tone and, of course, Street Level Wellness—the easy application of holistic psychology to every-day life. Our readers are the exact opposite of that guy above; they [Continue]

A Sacrifice of Heroes

A Sacrifice of Heroes

     “To paint comic books as childish and illiterate is lazy. A lot of comic books are very literate – unlike most films.” -Alan Moore, author and comic book writer Childhood safety. It’s a favorite blanket, tattered from being drug on countless adventures. It’s a plush toy with a silly name. It’s a parents’ arms. [Continue]

The Green Lantern vs. DHS

The Green Lantern vs. DHS

  “In brightest day, in blackest night, No evil shall escape my sight. Let all who worship evil’s might, beware my power, Green Lantern’s light!” – Hal Jordan “Let all who worship evil’s might” says the Green Lantern code. All evil worshipers should beware a Green Lantern. But there’s only one for an entire sector [Continue]

Mr. Media Chastity Belt vs. Hollywood

Mr. Media Chastity Belt vs. Hollywood

The heat wave brought revelations. Roger Ebert boldly declared that video games “could never be art” which created a great digital fracas. M. Night Shyamalon defended his underwhelming and frustrating interpretation of Avatar: The Last Airbender as “an art form…a sacred process.” Ken Levine, Big Daddy if Irrational Games, penned a rousing epistle to the [Continue]

New Mutants, Old Friends

New Mutants, Old Friends

As seen on the big screen, the X-Men save the world from vicious villains, bloodthirsty bigots and evil mutants galore. But they live at a school. Huh? Like most kids, school was the largest part of my life, and I cared about the idea of a super-school. So too, it turns out, did Chris Claremont, [Continue]

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