GEEK AND YOU SHALL FIND – Review by Leslie Combemale

Geek and You Shall Find doesn’t just follow the history of comic books, it explains the connection they have always had with social justice and a focus on inclusion and representation. This is not fluff, it successfully brings the threads together of why millions of people all over the world flock to comic books stores, conventions, and movie houses, and why they spend thousands on costumes to cosplay their favorite characters that follow the hero’s journey referenced in Joseph Campbell’s The Power of Myth and The Man With A Thousand Faces.

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SHAZAM – Review by Susan Granger

Now that the multiplexes are inundated with superhero movies, some are bound to be mediocre – and this cinematic adaptation of the DC comic is not great or even good. Utilizing the iconic archetype of a childhood dream – a.k.a. saying a magic word and suddenly transforming into a superhero – Billy becomes a costumed, caped, muscle-bound man.

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