Trolling the Man of Steel: Superman #41

Trolling the Man of Steel: Superman #41

By Jack Fisher

Superman #41 feels less like a blockbuster movie and more like a teaser trailer. 30 Jun 2015 // 10:01 AM

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The Reverend Horton Heat: REV

After a brief detour into alt-country flavored punkabilly, Reverend Horton Heat sparks up some more of their old fire on their 11th studio album.

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5 Feb 2014 // 3:02 AM

Dave Hause: Devour

Devour has an air of craft and a deft sense of arrangement that will appeal to those tired of the Gaslit mediocre sleeve tattoo music currently purveyed by world-weary 20-something rock stars of today.

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Through the Sparks: Invisible Kids

Through the Sparks already have an impressive discography, but this collection shows just how many great sounds exist outside of their proper records.

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Juan Wauters: N.A.P. North American Poetry

This album is surely pleasant, but the moments that stick happen when we forget Wauters' ties to his band, the Beets, and there could be more of those moments here.

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‘Tim’s Vermeer’, Penn and Teller, Magic and Painting

Tim's Vermeer asks you to reconsider what artists do, and how that very question becomes a measure of the cultures they reflect and produce.

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The New Mendicants: Into the Lime

Joe Pernice, Teenage Fanclub's Norman Blake, and the Sadies' Mike Belitsky give us a lush collection of clever but bittersweet songs on Into the Lime.

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The Show Ponies: We’re Not Lost

Bluegrass/old-timey outfit offers a sophomore disc.

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“Subtle” Victory: “Thor: God of Thunder #18”

In "Days of Wine and Dragons," writer Jason Aaron reclaims the original ground not only of the current series Thor: God of Thunder, but reclaims the original intent of Thor as a popcultural icon as well.

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The Future Is Always Now: ‘21st Century Science Fiction’

Science fiction was never really about predicting the future so much as it was extrapolating and speculating on possible futures.

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Life, Death, and All the Rest of the Early AIDS Crisis

Dallas Buyers Club works because it doesn't over-sentimentalize its subject, and for that reason alone, it has quite the emotional impact.

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Country Fried Rock: Dex Romweber

// Sound Affects

"Dex Romweber may feel that his age is catching up with him, but that hasn't stopped him from making the music he loves one bit.

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