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Gleeview - Sexy

After missing a few weeks, Erik Galston returns with a review of the Glee episode "Sexy."

Joe the Barbarian #8 Review

GLX reviews Joe the Barbarian #8.

"The Wise Man's Fear" by Patrick Rothfuss

Review of "The Kingkiller Chronicle, Day Two: The Wise Man's Fear"

Batman: The Brave and the Bold – 2.26: The Malicious Mr. Mind!

A rapidly de-aging Batman and the Marvel Family take on the Monster Society of Evil and their new boss, the malicious and malignant, Mr. Mind.

All-Star Superman (2011)

Zechs takes a look at the animated movie adaption based on Grant Morrison and Frank Quietly's comic run.

Royal Reviews: Iron Man 2.0 #1

James Rhodey, the erstwhile War Machine, gets a new ongoing issue written by Nick Spencer!

The Knight's Shelf: Morning Glories #7

Morning Glories is becoming one of Comics most thrilling, daring and mysterious rides. Does Issue #7 continue to exemplfy all of those qualities? Click the Link to find out.

"Catch me if you Can" by Frank Abagnale Jr.

The Outhouse Book Club for February: "Catch me if you can" by Frank Abagnale Jr.

"A Darkness Forged in Fire" by Chris Evans

Book One of the Iron Elves trilogy, "A Darkness Forged in Fire" takes some familiar fantasy forms into new directions.

Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds review

Over a decade later, the Marvel vs. Capcom series finally returns with this latest installment. How does the series fare as it makes its transition to modern gaming? Read on to find out.

Scarlett and the Spark of Life: Scarlett Adventures Episode 1 (iPod Touch/ iPhone) Review

GLX reviews Scarlett and the Spark of Life: Scarlett Adventures Episode 1.

Agent Heart (iPod Touch/iPhone Review)

GLX played Agent Heart and has some bad things to say about it.

Cinderella: Fables Are Forever #1

Everyone's favorite fairy tale super spy is back for her 2nd mini!

Star Wars: The Clone Wars 3.15-17– The Mortis Trilogy

Anakin, Obi-Wan, and Ahsoka are drawn to a mysterious planet that appears to be the heart of the Force. Not soon after, they're plunged into a game of three otherworldly beings.